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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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mollyyoung:

Really enjoy when the Times editorializes here.

Seconded.

(Previously.)

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14th
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6th
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In many ways “hackerspace” is an elitist name for middle-class white guys screwing around with computers and making a big deal out of it. Come on. Every other block in this town has an auto body shop where more hacking takes place than y’all can imagine… Nobody’s writing about that in Wired.

tags : hacktivism 

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4th
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sexpigeon:

pollentintedslurry replied to your post: Let’s say this is a reaction gif. What…

Within a year there were fires on the ridges and deranged chanting. The screams of the murdered. - The Road, Cormac McCarthy

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tags : textiles 

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1st
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Thus, programs must be written for the generation to come of your children

(Source: kingjamesprogramming)

May
29th
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thecorcorangroup10amspecial:

May 16, 2014 – Modern East Hampton Paradise

East Hampton, Long Island, New York
$2,950,000 | 6 Bedrooms | 4.5 Bathrooms | Approx. 4,500 sq. ft.

Spectacular design and crisp, clean lines abound in this unique 6 bedroom 4.5 bath home in East Hampton. An early 1900’s barn has inspired this stunning house complete with 4500 sq ft

Oh what in the fucking hell has tumblr come too. I spend 5 years (this Saturday) blogging (shittily) on this platform, just to get to this? Ads for real estate in the fucking hamptons?

What have we done. My god, what have we done.

tags : blog birthday  : i blame yahoo 

May
24th
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Buy Nothing Day

The report examined [Occupy protesters’] “attitude towards retail,” suggested that business could be disrupted on the day after Thanksgiving and listed several “specific known threats.” They included credit card detractors equipped with scissors at malls and posters offering “help for people who want to put an end to mounting debt and extortionate interest rates with one simple cut” and a group of people who had declared on a website that they would “intentionally forgo the shopping frenzy.”

- NYTimes: Officials Cast Wide Net in Monitoring Occupy Protests

May
23rd
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tags : hemingway 

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22nd
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20th
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Deluge is a sound and light installation that depicts the white noise of unoccupied radio frequencies as a showering rain of light. As digital technologies become more adept at reducing interference and noise through omission and censorship, we are quickly losing touch with unmediated white noise, that static hush in between the stations, and playground for the imagination. Many antenna like structures, LED strands are clustered together, each representing the activity of the broadband white noise being picked up by simple transistor receivers. From these discrete elements, a cloud of lights is formed, filling the space with a form activated by the absence of pre-determined content. The sculpture plays on the poetics hidden within the language of both analog and digital electronics.

Deluge consists of 35 hand made modules, each containing a transistor receiver that generates white noise, an amplifier w/ speaker, and 12 LEDs.

Deluge | Phillip Stearns

tags : arting  : rf 

May
19th
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This Fish’s Movements Control The Sound And Light Of A Live DJ Set

An early version of the installation debuted in Israel in February, 2013, but Shaltiel Eloul of the band explained they didn’t expect the fish part to catch people’s attention. “We thought that the fish would only be an enhancement to the experience,” she said in an email. “But it turns out that since it was so unusual to see a fish control music, people just stood close to the stage and watched the tank.” Thus, the project was reorganized, and now the performance is aqua-centric.
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15th
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engineeringhistory:

Advertisement for Ohio Electric Works necktie electric light, circa late 1890s/early 1900s

WEARABLE ELECTRONICS

tags : textiles 

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