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12 October 14
poolsofchrome:

The experiment was a success—though it appears irreversible. I’m afraid this will be my last entry…

poolsofchrome:

The experiment was a success—though it appears irreversible. I’m afraid this will be my last entry…

Reblogged: poolsofchrome

27 August 14
algopop:

Bitch to Ajerk; unfortunate unamendable algorithmic account-namings. 
submitted by refsandquotes



trololol

algopop:

Bitch to Ajerk; unfortunate unamendable algorithmic account-namings. 

submitted by refsandquotes

trololol

Reblogged: algopop

26 August 14

what made the old internet neat was the proximity to the last gasp of the techno-hippies of 70’s hiding out in academia and the relative bandwidth symmetry between consumers and producers, since everyone was on or near the military-academic backbone.

An internet based on a privatized backbone where most of the users are just consumers was always going to be a shitfest, regardless of how you marked up text.

Maybe once it’s all cartelized by big MediaTelecomSiliconValley, the tidepools and backwaters, cut off from the morlocks and spammers by a lack of clicks, will be interesting again.

ennui.bz
23 August 14

Reblogged: prionace

22 August 14
15folds:

Aaron
By Nick Briz, Artist, Chicago, IL
Aaron Swartz » piratical angel of digital justice » miracle caught on camera
Follow the Privacy Piracy thread at 15folds.com

15folds:

Aaron

By Nick Briz, Artist, Chicago, IL

Aaron Swartz » piratical angel of digital justice » miracle caught on camera

Follow the Privacy Piracy thread at 15folds.com

Reblogged: analog-sky

21 August 14

Reblogged: johannbaronlanteigne

1 August 14
Should you ever find yourself hosting a TV show, remember that the basic tools of the format—cameras, lights, make-up—exist for the sole purpose of turning you into a character, and that said character is, by default, a prick. What no amount of coaching and tech rehearsal will teach you—what you end up discovering only when seeing the first broadcast—is that the person on screen is always someone else. You can’t “be yourself” on TV.
— (via thisistheverge)

Reblogged: thisistheverge

24 July 14

(Source: chinomonterrey)

Reblogged: momentofimpact

9 July 14

pierregrassou:

collection of robots saying “fuck this shit”

Reblogged: pierregrassou

25 May 14
salvadorlozza:



A fat guy thinking about his life in a weird structure
2014

salvadorlozza:

A fat guy thinking about his life in a weird structure

2014

Reblogged: salvadorlozza

Themed by Hunson. Originally by Josh