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October 20, 2014 at 5:35pm
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well, i hacked you. but i’m not telling you how.

well, i hacked you. but i’m not telling you how.

October 19, 2014 at 5:52pm
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This awesome dissection of internet hyperbole will make you cry and change your life

All this babble about being blown away, overcome, and reduced to a state of stunned amazement used to be the preserve of creepy people in adverts, the kind of grinning fictional gimps who’d burst into song if they enjoyed their fish fingers. At least they were being paid to exaggerate their opinions. We’re just trying to fit in, which is infinitely sadder somehow. This awesome dissection of internet hyperbole will make you cry and change your life | Charlie Brooker | Comment is free | The Guardian

1:02pm
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Jack Gaughan

70sscifiart:

Jack Gaughan

October 18, 2014 at 1:59pm
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Erik Nitsche 

"Pioneer in the design of books, annual reports, and other printed material that relied on meticulous attention to the details of page composition, the elegance of simple type presentation, and the juxtaposition of elements on a page. His hallmarks were impeccably clear design, brilliant colors, smart typography, and an adherence to particular geometric foundations." via 

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1:58am
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Dearest Students,

Hell’s Bells.

Can you DIG it?

I knew that you could!

Extra Credit. Do drawings from this. Watch it and then hit the spacebar and give yourself three minutes to draw the picture in non photo blue. Draw not just the character but everything in the frame. The ground. The walls. The flames! You can see so much more about how pictures work when you draw everything in the frame.  Hell’s Bells!  I love the drawing in this cartoon.

Professor Bootsy

October 17, 2014 at 2:11pm
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The 1800s Jacquard looms and its punched cards. Images from around the interwebz.

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October 16, 2014 at 4:19pm
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How do you achieve anonymity and unlinkability while doing things like IP hiding, spam filtering, and relevance matching? The issue is that you haven’t solved the problems, and are instead suggesting you should get a pass because the problems are hard. It seems simple to me: if you haven’t designed something that gives you truly unlinkable anonymity, don’t claim to provide it. If you have to track your users to make your app work, don’t claim not to track your users.

— How Whisper app tracks ‘anonymous’ users | Hacker News

October 15, 2014 at 2:08pm
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sometimes you just have to put things in perspective.

October 14, 2014 at 7:30pm
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Police Pleasantly Surprised To Learn Man They Shot Was Armed

theonion:

Police Pleasantly Surprised To Learn Man They Shot Was Armed

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October 13, 2014 at 9:36pm
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October 12, 2014 at 9:30am
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Counterculture giants of the time, like Stewart Brand, Buckminster Fuller and Ivan Illich, championed vernacular tools as a way to give people the personal autonomy and choices they craved. But the consumerist version of this ultimately vision prevailed, such that the decentralized empowerment that networked computers provided has been a mixed bag.

— Morozov on the Maker Movement | David Bollier (via johnborthwick)

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October 11, 2014 at 10:14pm
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6:42pm
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archivists, 1937

archivists, 1937

October 10, 2014 at 3:05pm
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why is spiderman a jerk

errthng:

why is spiderman a jerk

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