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chitchat turned 1 today!

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FINALLY… Don’t you just LOVE science?..

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arpeggia:

Martin Soto Climent - Frame, 2012, frames, tights, dimensions variable

Images courtesy of T293, Naples, Rome

Framing sexuality… only in an Italian mind…

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likeafieldmouse:

Shattered glass and resin sculptures by Daniel Arsham (2013)

How do you feel? I know I’m tired…

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artchipel:

Ethan Murrow - Série Doppler Doppelganger - All Mine. Crayon sur papier, 91x91 cm (2011)

Fabulous… A Terry Gilliamesque high rise housing idea…

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How many people believe in me? You’re joking? Stop making me laugh!  I’ve already cracked one rib…

How many people believe in me? You’re joking? Stop making me laugh!  I’ve already cracked one rib…

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Bit of App Screen grafitti…

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CHRISTIANITY. Wealthiest religion in the world that continues to abuse the uneducated and the poorest in society. Biggest landlords in the world, yet millions are homeless. 

CHRISTIANITY. Wealthiest religion in the world that continues to abuse the uneducated and the poorest in society. Biggest landlords in the world, yet millions are homeless. 

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emergentfutures:

CHART OF THE DAY: Facebook Dominates Social Logins — But Google Is Closing The Gap


Full Story: Business Insider

 

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Imagine, if you will, how far mankind’s scientific advancements would be today, if it hadn’t lost 1,000 years of stagnating in a pool of piss created by christianity…

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artchipel:

Mark Thompson | on Tumblr - The Weight Pressing. Oil on wood, 40x40 cm

A strange experience working without the rough grain of canvas…

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Looks like a direct copy of a 2006 AppleMac Pro. Innovation? I don’t think so Google. Pah!

digithoughts:

The Chromebook Pixel — A flag in the ground

Ian Betteridge on the Chromebook Pixel:

But it’s  also a statement about Google, too, because it says that Google can do hardware with the same attention to detail and quality that Apple does. It’s not a shot across Apple’s bows, but more putting a flag in the ground that says “Come on Cupertino, we can do hardware — you think you can do services?”

A very passable explanation of what the Google Pixel might be about.

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