First, in the news, an American swimmer has a wardrobe malfunction mid-dive and splits his swimsuit, effectively mooning the arena. What I found particularly interesting is that the Huffington Post's article showed a file picture of the swimmer's face instead of one from the event. Note the Post's explanation, highlighted:
News isn't the only place you learn a couple of things - some of my best teaching is done when I learn something from the process. Sometimes it's a magnification of some of my own technical weaknesses which make it a useful reminder of things to work on. Sometimes it's a newer, better way of teaching something. And today, from a rather interesting student, it was that if you twist a music stand just right, you get the small Decepticon from the second Transformers movie:
That's certainly redefining a musical "point of view".