1. mostlysignssomeportents:

Tex Mex Nipple Shield for men, Tokyu Hands, Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan on Flickr.
    Reblogged from: mostlysignssomeportents
  2. thingiverse:

    piuLAB’s Wrist Brace prints flat and molds to your body with the help of hot water.

    We live in the future.

    Reblogged from: thingiverse
  3. Martin Kozlowski
  4. imageoscillite:

    Evan Dando - Hard Drive (Live, 2014)

    One of my favorite songs. 

    Reblogged from: imageoscillite
  5. tubularrockets:

Rene Magritte, The Banquet, 1957

Split this down the middle and mirror it and you’ve got every third image posted to Tumblr over the last four years. 

    tubularrockets:

    Rene Magritte, The Banquet, 1957

    Split this down the middle and mirror it and you’ve got every third image posted to Tumblr over the last four years. 

    Reblogged from: joepublic
  6. "Weird Al" Yankovic has a big dictionary.
  7. omgbuglen:

Aquaman, that is bullshit and you know it

    omgbuglen:

    Aquaman, that is bullshit and you know it

    Reblogged from: paulftompkins
  8. FYI - This explanation will not get you out of trouble at work. 

    Reblogged from: televandalist
  9. DOWNLOAD! Download, download. Don’t assume something you love will be on the web tomorrow. Archiving is the new folk art.
    Kenneth Goldsmith (via notational)
    Reblogged from: wreckandsalvage
  10. Net neutrality got them where they are…there’s a danger that they, having climbed the ladder, might pull it up after them.

    Timothy Wu, Columbia University law professor and creator of the term “net neutrality,” referring to Google.

    Why’s Google aligning itself with hated ISPs? It plans on being one of them | PandoDaily

    (via spytap)

    Reblogged from: jacobjoaquin
  11. Rally for Zephyr & Tim!

    lessig:

    A week ago today, we watched as thousands raised more than $1.5M for the #MaydayPAC — a commitment to fundamental reform in the way Congress funds its elections. It was electrifying and amazing, and many of us heard the first fireworks as we crossed our $5M goal.

    But it just so happens…

    Reblogged from: lessig
  12. peterfeld:

via Danish journalist @allansorensen72:

Sderot cinema. Israelis bringing chairs 2 hilltop in sderot 2 watch latest from Gaza. Clapping when blasts are heard.

    peterfeld:

    via Danish journalist @allansorensen72:

    Sderot cinema. Israelis bringing chairs 2 hilltop in sderot 2 watch latest from Gaza. Clapping when blasts are heard.

    Reblogged from: peterfeld
  13. Buzz Aldrin.

  14. There used to be a lot of coal miners, but not any more — strip mines and machinery in general have allowed us to produce more coal with very few miners. Basically, it’s a job that was destroyed by technology long ago, with only a relative handful of workers — 0.06 percent of the US work force — still engaged in mining.
So what is this fight about? There’s capital invested in coal and coal-related stuff, hiding behind the pretense of caring about the workers. And there’s also ideology, of which more soon. But the war on coal already happened, it had nothing to do with liberals and environmentalists, and coal lost.

    There used to be a lot of coal miners, but not any more — strip mines and machinery in general have allowed us to produce more coal with very few miners. Basically, it’s a job that was destroyed by technology long ago, with only a relative handful of workers — 0.06 percent of the US work force — still engaged in mining.

    So what is this fight about? There’s capital invested in coal and coal-related stuff, hiding behind the pretense of caring about the workers. And there’s also ideology, of which more soon. But the war on coal already happened, it had nothing to do with liberals and environmentalists, and coal lost.

  15. We’ve made loans to about a dozen microbrewers and provided coaching to another 30. They are a lot of fun. For me personally, and for us as a company, it connects us with our small-business roots. And if one of these companies is successful enough that they take some market share from us, well, more power to them. I don’t worry about that. I worry about how we create a beer culture that respects the art of brewing and wants beer with flavor, taste, and authenticity. If we can create that environment, there will be plenty of business for all of us.
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