Key and Peele

, on September 29, 2015

Key and Peele for now no longer have a show, but they remain a must see in my youtube arsenal.

First humans will be organized and connected by software. Then that software will do the same for machines.


Dinner Time

, , , , , , on March 28, 2015

The question is whether civilization as we know it can survive a transformation from values laid down by a few (the elite) to a global auction offering different and often conflicting values and perceptions. With luck a kind of benign global civilization may emerge. The alternative is conflicts born out of values justifying violence and armed conflicts against those who think otherwise — the easy way.

A New Dark Age by Joergen Oerstroem Moeller
Guide to Dim Sum and Guide to Dumplings – hungering and informative
The Egg by Andy Weir – too chummy, but fine
Name of the Year – curated amazing names, including background on where each one came from. Some samples: Moses Regular, Win Thin, Joko Widodo, Dr. Wallop Promthong, Infinite Grover
Cloud Chamber – watch uranium decay in real time
Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal – update
Andy Gilmore – update


Mephistopheles

firewatch
The Katering Show is fun and different
The Wizard of Oz experiment.
Why there are 28 days in February (amazing how much amazing is all around us but we see past).
Firewatch has been smoldering for some time and hopefully will create a unique atmosphere.  The concept art is beautiful. The idea of working as a fire lookout is lovely and unfortunately, at this point, an anachronism.

We are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars.
– Lady Windermere syndrome

Harry Clarke illustration
Schwarzschild Black Hole


Awoo

, , on January 31, 2015

Wifi heatmapper – not new, but just reremembered this, so now it’ll be here
US traffic volumes – this link looks like it will soon spoil, cool in the meantime
As seen on TV – has a blog
Matthew McConaughey car commercials – these are super cool, and the interstellar spin is curious. bonus

Quinzhee – to do

 


Seinfeld Clio Award Acceptance

, on October 19, 2014


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