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21st
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byobae:

Edvard Munch , Norwegian 1863 - 1944 ( from the Big Gods 1902 )

bes’ frenz

(Source: dionyssos, via waterwhatever)

Jul
9th
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(Source: celljawns)

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7th
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tuxedomarx:

this is a sex negative space. see these two people staring lustily into each other’s eyes? it’s actually a vase

(via marras6)

tags : fetishes 

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aqqindex:

Santachiara Denis

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Jul
2nd
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These big collections of personal data are like radioactive waste. It’s easy to generate, easy to store in the short term, incredibly toxic, and almost impossible to dispose of. Just when you think you’ve buried it forever, it comes leaching out somewhere unexpected.
Managing this waste requires planning on timescales much longer than we’re typically used to. A typical Internet company goes belly-up after a couple of years. The personal data it has collected will remain sensitive for decades.


I like to think of the quote from King Lear:


I will do such things,—
What they are, yet I know not: but they shall be
The terrors of the earth

That’s the essence of investor storytime. Give us money now, and you won’t believe how awesome our ads will be when we finally put them on the site.

King Lear would have killed it in Silicon Valley.

(via The Internet With A Human Face - Beyond Tellerrand 2014 Conference Talk)

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tags : kraftwerk 

Jun
30th
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I chose this cutiepie with whom I wanna be.

(Source: youtube.com)

tags : hiphop  : pairing up 

Jun
25th
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users estimate they encounter tigers in one out of every 10 profiles they view.

New York Bans Tinder Tiger Selfie - Business Insider

What a weird time to be alive.

(via machinery)

tags : fetishes 

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Jun
24th
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So here we are, then, in a trial about video games. As near as I can tell, the video games in question were created by taking game films from various NCAA football and basketball games and then transferring them technologically until actual players found themselves with NCAA-licensed avatars that live forever. It was seeing his avatar that prompted Ed O’Bannon to launch his lawsuit in the first place and, having done so, he opened up a number of interesting questions about who he is, both in real life and in virtual reality.

Is Ed O’Bannon’s avatar really Ed O’Bannon, or is it an Ed O’Bannon made by someone else so that a lot of someone elses could make a whole lot of money? Isn’t that a fundamental looting of one’s fundamental identity? Doesn’t the real Ed O’Bannon have a say in the use of his name, his image, and his likeness? After all, that’s him in that game. The avatar runs the court like he did. It shoots the way he did. It passes the ball the way he did. There doesn’t seem to be any moral basis for an argument that Ed O’Bannon doesn’t have the right to control — let alone profit from — all the Ed O’Bannons that have been created out of the work that the real Ed O’Bannon did as an athlete. How can an actual person find himself an indentured servant in virtual reality?

- Grantland: Dispatches From the NCAA’s Deathbed

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Jun
22nd
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Tampons were packed with their strings connecting them, like a strip of sausages, so they wouldn’t float away. Engineers asked Ride, “Is 100 the right number?” She would be in space for a week. “That would not be the right number,” she told them.
Jun
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Jason deCaires Taylor
The Silent Evolution (450 statues).
MUSA Collection, 2010.
Depth, 8 m. Manchones Reef, Mexico.

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(Source: buchr)

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