Mostly Videos

, , , on June 25, 2014

guy rose marguerite

Artisan Videos - Very impressive

The Paper Airplane Guy

Hubble: Timelapse of V838 Monocerotis

The Man Who Saves You from Yourself - about cults

Star Wars (Guardians of the Galaxy Style!)

Masters of Love

Living without air conditioning

Digital Sundial

Painting is by Guy Rose [via here]


Working List

Child of Light is an upcoming game, soundtrack

Telescopic Text - Looking for a browser/browser addon to this effect some day

Article on record-setting caving

Vemeer as artificer

Parallax view - imagine being able to take and then view 3D images like this by tilting your phone around. A commenter from hackernews points out that instead of guessing the parallax and faking the extra data required when converting flat images to 3D, this additional information can come from the slightly varied perspectives generated by your hand shaking as you take the photo.

Half-Life speed run

How do CAT scans work? - The slices are different than you’d think

Foldscope (1) (2) – Very cool

Rent Splitter

April 27th tornado path

 


Maple Syrup Discovery

, , on January 21, 2014

This is a remarkable finding about maple syrup production. Instead of having to tap fully grown forests of sugar maples to acquire sap, botanists discovered you can chop the top off a sapling, tap directly into the trunk, and extract sap using a vacuum. Now instead of dealing with sprawling forests to make syrup, these saplings can be planted in dense plantations. The discovery was prompted by a simple question: is sap generated from the top of the tree or the bottom. I was going to headline with the photo of their new sap extraction mechanism, but it is too sad. I’ll take a maple syrup themed picture at some point. Also looking for their actual paper.


This is what we have made

on August 19, 2013

The future is worrisome. The past is too, and so is today, but the future contains the unknowns I’ll have to deal with, and I’m concerned.

Bullshit Jobs (comments)

Charles Bukowski letter (comments)

There is plenty more to this story of humanity. So much more, from so many perspectives and lives, from sociology to ipsumology.  These links are by no means complete or even correct, but you begin to create a picture as life goes. While the impact we desire to achieve and that which we can achieve both vary wildly, what remains consistent is that this is what we have made. We all have choices to make.


Caterpillars and Escalators

, , , on July 29, 2013

caterpillar

Swarming caterpillars are fast!


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