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tags://  coffee  //  photography  

August 25th     6:57 pm



tags://  omg  //  omq  //  omgq  //  penguins!!!!  //  cute  //  coffee  

August 24th     5:17 pm

milkfoams:

custom by CosmicEmotions

milkfoams:

custom by CosmicEmotions



tags://  photography  

August 24th     5:17 pm

likeafieldmouse:

Jen Kinney - The Fool and the World (2012)

likeafieldmouse:

Jen Kinney - The Fool and the World (2012)



tags://  gif  //  colors  //  nature  //  sky  

August 23rd     3:52 pm

(Source: algoll, via hayhasyou)



tags://  urban  //  cityscape  //  photography  

August 23rd     3:52 pm

(Source: weheartit.com, via hayhasyou)



tags://  language  

August 23rd     3:51 pm

visual-poetry:

»burned books project« by michael mandiberg
[via]

visual-poetry:

»burned books project« by michael mandiberg

[via]



tags://  art  //  design  //  gaming  //  Shadow of the Colossus  //  I'd buy these  //  the boyfriend and I are finishing up The Last of Us ahhhh  

August 23rd     3:50 pm

thecyberwolf:

Shadow Of The Colossus

Created by Erik Hohenfels

(Source: deviantart.com)



tags://  Google  //  world  //  animals  //  technology  

August 18th     11:11 am

experimentsinmotion:

Nature vs. The Internet: How Google Protects Its Undersea Cables from Shark Attacks
Footage from a recent survey of Google’s undersea fiber-optic cables revealed that shark bites are a very real threat to global telecommunications. Indeed, a Google spokesperson noted that the company actually coats its cables in a Kevlar-like material to protect against sharks. Interestingly, sharks seem to have more of a taste for fiber-optic cables than the old-fashioned coaxial copper wires. A report from the United Nations Environment Programme and International Cable Protection Committee Ltd. speculates that sharks may be "encouraged by electromagnetic fields from a suspended cable strumming in currents." In other words, sharks, which can sense electromagnetic fields, may mistake the cables for live prey. The phenomenon highlights the ways in which technology and nature can intersect, and the strange new interconnections between the energy of the natural world and our man-made grids. 

experimentsinmotion:

Nature vs. The Internet: How Google Protects Its Undersea Cables from Shark Attacks

Footage from a recent survey of Google’s undersea fiber-optic cables revealed that shark bites are a very real threat to global telecommunications. Indeed, a Google spokesperson noted that the company actually coats its cables in a Kevlar-like material to protect against sharks. Interestingly, sharks seem to have more of a taste for fiber-optic cables than the old-fashioned coaxial copper wires. A report from the United Nations Environment Programme and International Cable Protection Committee Ltd. speculates that sharks may be "encouraged by electromagnetic fields from a suspended cable strumming in currents." In other words, sharks, which can sense electromagnetic fields, may mistake the cables for live prey. The phenomenon highlights the ways in which technology and nature can intersect, and the strange new interconnections between the energy of the natural world and our man-made grids. 

(Source: popsci.com)



August 14th     11:13 pm

tastefullyoffensive:

Well Dressed Animals With Rap Quotes by Berkley Illustration

Previously: Rap Lyrics as Poetry



tags://  photography  //  art  //  how can one person produce this much carefully planned well-timed stuff  

August 13th     2:24 pm

myampgoesto11:

Photographer Yutha Yamanaka

Photographer Yutha Yamanaka currently challenges himself with a 365 day project, creating one staggering image a day, uploading it to his Flickr. His photography is characterized by a surreal twist, often finding expressions in otherworldly self portraits. Yutha Yamanaka was born and raised in Tokyo, Japan, today he lives in Denpasar, Bali.

(found at iGNANT )

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