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22 May 2012 | A third helping of brain kibble

Here is the final large serving of brain kibble…

Ze Frank on ideas and brain crack. I miss The Show. UPDATE: He’s back! — An invocation for beginnings

APOD has a lovely sequence of photographs of recent aurora activity.

I want these and these to breed.

I have been thinking that I should write a manifesto. Found some instructions.

Relief of gastrointestinal obstruction of a green turtle. “Someday, perhaps, humanity might quit throwing away plastic altogether.”

If I had a fortune, this is how I would lose it.

A nice example of forced perspective.

“Take a deep breath. Even if the air looks clear, it’s nearly certain that you’ll inhale tens of millions of solid particles and liquid droplets.” (link)

Information visualization — so many interesting possibilities. The information aesthetics blog is an excellent resource. See also this assignment from a programming class I have taught.

Macroscopic, sound-manipulated, fluid dynamic sculptures.

Unbelievable flying objects. Things were so much more interesting before we really knew how to do it.

Best bubble reference ever. (Thank you, Sam.)

Privacy, please.

Improv Everywhere always makes me smile.


POP!Tech — You cannot beat Vanessa German’s way of opening a presentation

Radio Lab — Must listen with headphones.

The news release archive of the Hubble Space Telescope.

Images from the High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment — 16,412 17,467 17,929 22,943 ultra-high resolution images of Mars. — It is much too easy for me to get lost in these images. — Can you find Opportunity in this recent image? Answer.

Never miss another eclipse. Let’s just say I missed one and I was not happy about it.

Bill Rankin’s Chicago Boundries and Eric Fischer’s continuation of the idea.


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You have your way. I have my way. As for the right way, the correct way, and the only way, it does not exist.
— Friedrich Nietzsche