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litmusound:

Destino - Walt Disney & Salvador Dali

Destino is an animated short film released in 2003 by The Walt Disney Company. Destino is unique in that its production originally began in 1945, 58 years before its eventual completion. The project was originally a collaboration between American animator Walt Disney and Spanish Surrealist painter Salvador Dalí.

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lomographicsociety:

Pierre Javelle and Akiko Ida  have been making and photographing a fantasy world for miniature people living in a world made out of food for their series called MINIMIAM.- http://bit.ly/1gCVMpC

While it may look like a mad science experiment, or some weird art piece gone wrong, theNanoLeaf LED Light Bulb ($35) represents a huge leap forward in lightbulb technology. This bulb replaces the average incandescent bulb in your home, using much less energy thanks to its LED light source — it’s so efficient, in fact, that it will pay for itself in energy savings over its lifetime. The bulb also maintains a comparatively low temperature, making it safe to touch even after extended use. Unlike fluorescent bulbs, it contains no mercury, and unlike most other bulbs, it casts light in all directions, due to its unique shape and LED placement. 
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While it may look like a mad science experiment, or some weird art piece gone wrong, theNanoLeaf LED Light Bulb ($35) represents a huge leap forward in lightbulb technology. This bulb replaces the average incandescent bulb in your home, using much less energy thanks to its LED light source — it’s so efficient, in fact, that it will pay for itself in energy savings over its lifetime. The bulb also maintains a comparatively low temperature, making it safe to touch even after extended use. Unlike fluorescent bulbs, it contains no mercury, and unlike most other bulbs, it casts light in all directions, due to its unique shape and LED placement. 

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wiblog:

corrumpo:

Jenny Holzer.

Absolutely relevant/pertinent Jenny Holzer piece. GET MAD, Y’ALL. #governmentshutdown

Jenny Holzer always has words for everything.

wiblog:

corrumpo:

Jenny Holzer.

Absolutely relevant/pertinent Jenny Holzer piece. GET MAD, Y’ALL. #governmentshutdown

Jenny Holzer always has words for everything.

langleav:

Hey guys! I wrote this yesterday. It made me a bit teary actually. The last few years I’ve had with Michael have been the happiest and the thought of losing him, well, it inspired this. I hope you guys like it :)
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Love & Misadventure by Lang Leav now available for Kindle! Paperback also available from Amazon, Barnes & Noble + The Book Depository for free worldwide shipping. 

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langleav:

Hey guys! I wrote this yesterday. It made me a bit teary actually. The last few years I’ve had with Michael have been the happiest and the thought of losing him, well, it inspired this. I hope you guys like it :)

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Love & Misadventure by Lang Leav now available for Kindle! Paperback also available from Amazon, Barnes & Noble + The Book Depository for free worldwide shipping. 

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litmusound:

exp3ctopatr0num:

iamsolostatsea:

New Striking Self Portraits by Kyle Thompson

Thompson continues to play with the elements—submerging himself in lakes and muddy puddles, exposing random limbs poking out from the earth, and setting himself on fire. His images have a beautiful sense of movement to them, especially in the recurring presentation of the fluidity of windswept fabric, which often complements his serene expression. Many of the photographer’s images alternate between presenting a visual interpretation of inhaling a breath of fresh air and being suffocated by some unnatural force. However, both of these approaches offer something surreally exquisite.

He is one of my favorite photographers. So so so amazing, and talented.

These are amazing.

So good.

I’ve been waiting for something like this!:
UBUNTU EDGE Think of the Ubuntu Edge ($830) as a proving ground for next-generation mobile technology — most of the things you see here will likely make their way onto big-name handsets. The biggest of those technologies is convergence: hardware and software that seamlessly transitions between desktop and mobile. All you need to do to use it as a desktop PC is plug it into a display using HDMI, and pair it with a bluetooth keyboard and mouse. This is possible thanks to a fast multi-core CPU, 4 gigs of RAM, and a 128 gig flash drive. Other impressive features include the ability to dual-boot between Android and Ubuntu OS, a 4.5-inch sapphire crystal display, stereo speakers, and two LTE antennae. (via Uncrate | Gear For Guys)

I’ve been waiting for something like this!:

UBUNTU EDGE Think of the Ubuntu Edge ($830) as a proving ground for next-generation mobile technology — most of the things you see here will likely make their way onto big-name handsets. The biggest of those technologies is convergence: hardware and software that seamlessly transitions between desktop and mobile. All you need to do to use it as a desktop PC is plug it into a display using HDMI, and pair it with a bluetooth keyboard and mouse. This is possible thanks to a fast multi-core CPU, 4 gigs of RAM, and a 128 gig flash drive. Other impressive features include the ability to dual-boot between Android and Ubuntu OS, a 4.5-inch sapphire crystal display, stereo speakers, and two LTE antennae. (via Uncrate | Gear For Guys)

Doing my own carpentry! Yay moulding removal…

Doing my own carpentry! Yay moulding removal…

View through my water glass… A galaxy of condensation bubbles.

View through my water glass… A galaxy of condensation bubbles.

In the Soviet Union before, in China today, and even in the US, officials always think what they do is necessary, and firmly believe they do what is best for the state and the people. But the lesson that people should learn from history is the need to limit state power.

If a government is elected by the people, and is genuinely working for the people, they should not give in to these temptations.

During my detention in China I was watched 24 hours a day. The light was always on. There were two guards on two-hour shifts standing next to me – even watching when I swallowed a pill; I had to open mouth so they could see my throat. You have to take a shower in front of them; they watch you while you brush your teeth, in the name of making sure you’re not hurting yourself. They had three surveillance cameras to make sure the guards would not communicate with me.

But the guards whispered to me. They told stories about themselves. There is always humanity and privacy, even under the most restrictive conditions.

To limit power is to protect society. It is not only about protecting individuals’ rights but making power healthier.

Civilisation is built on that trust and everyone must fight to defend it, and to protect our vulnerable aspects – our inner feelings, our families. We must not hand over our rights to other people. No state power should be given that kind of trust. Not China. Not the US.