"Manhattanhenge" is today →
Unnoticed by many, the sunset point actually creeps day to day along the horizon: northward until the first day of summer, then returning southward until the first day of winter. In spite of what pop-culture tells you, the Sun rises due east and sets due west only twice per year. On the equinoxes: the first day of spring and of autumn. Every other day, the Sun rises and sets elsewhere on the...
Crystal Castles — Black Panther
TechCrunch posted an interview with our hackathon group, but removed the part where we got kicked out for talking about interesting company names we found by scraping the CrunchBase database.
My hack at the TechCrunch Disrupt hackathon →
With great thanks to Dmitri, Adrian, and Chris, who worked with me on this all night.
Out of Context Science →
livejamie: Your tumblelog of the day This is the best blog.
How to Destroy the Earth →
This is not a guide for wusses whose aim is merely to wipe out humanity. I can in no way guarantee the complete extinction of the human race via any of these methods, real or imaginary. Humanity is wily and resourceful, and many of the methods outlined below will take many years to even become available, let alone implement, by which time mankind may well have spread to other planets; indeed,...
That boy is so tall he can see tomorrow.– (via stoodinthemaasaimara)
andreaallen: An awesome Jodorowskian video for a great jam. I am so confused and so intrigued by this.