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August 28, 2013 at 10:40pm
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Reblogged from nostrich
nostrich:

Tech thought leaders keep handing out free wisdom, so I started collecting it.

Get what you pay for.

nostrich:

Tech thought leaders keep handing out free wisdom, so I started collecting it.

Get what you pay for.

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August 26, 2013 at 2:24pm
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My Top 5 Artists (Week Ending 2013-8-25) →

  1. Jeremiah Jae (16) 
  2. Sufjan Stevens (4) 
  3. Major Lazer (1) 
  4. Taragana Pyjarama (1) 
  5. Trance Farmers (1) 

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August 20, 2013 at 10:42pm
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youngprogressivevoices:

That sets a whole new perspective on things,

youngprogressivevoices:

That sets a whole new perspective on things,

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9:26pm
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I, at any time, at any point, on any occasion, under any circumstances, on any account only write in absolutes and hyperbole.

August 19, 2013 at 8:09am
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My Top 5 Artists (Week Ending 2013-8-18) →

  1. Julian Malone (24) 
  2. Flying Lotus (19) 
  3. Sufjan Stevens (12) 
  4. High Dependency Unit (8) 
  5. Mount Kimbie (7) 

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August 18, 2013 at 6:28pm
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Fucking nice one SF. I’m dying of heat exposure for 3 hours. 
Now this shit.

Fucking nice one SF. I’m dying of heat exposure for 3 hours.
Now this shit.

5:54pm
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Three reasons I’ll never be a competitive cyclist.

Three reasons I’ll never be a competitive cyclist.

August 12, 2013 at 8:55am
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My Top 5 Artists (Week Ending 2013-8-11) →

  1. Major Lazer (15) 
  2. David Axelrod (13) 
  3. The Knife (7) 
  4. Mount Kimbie (7) 
  5. Tricky (6) 

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August 9, 2013 at 1:53pm
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fastcodesign:

Watch The Earth’s Seasonal “Heartbeat” From Outer Space
John Nelson is known for building extremely complex visualizations of weather patterns. But his latest creation is a simple animated GIF of 15 frames from NASA’s cloudless satellite photography collection. It’s essentially a year in the life of Earth.
Here, he shares why the visual is so haunting to him personally and to us collectively. We felt that his thoughts were simply too earnest to abridge.
Read: Co.Design

I grew up on a large sheep and cattle farm (Americans: ‘Ranch’) in New Zealand.
Something I didn’t realize that I had learned was to be still and quiet.For a long time.
That was when the animals and birds forgot about you, came back out and went about their usual behavior. You could notice the storms slowly forming miles away, the change in the wind, the change in the smell of it, from dry to loaded with moisture.

fastcodesign:

Watch The Earth’s Seasonal “Heartbeat” From Outer Space

John Nelson is known for building extremely complex visualizations of weather patterns. But his latest creation is a simple animated GIF of 15 frames from NASA’s cloudless satellite photography collection. It’s essentially a year in the life of Earth.

Here, he shares why the visual is so haunting to him personally and to us collectively. We felt that his thoughts were simply too earnest to abridge.

Read: Co.Design

I grew up on a large sheep and cattle farm (Americans: ‘Ranch’) in New Zealand.

Something I didn’t realize that I had learned was to be still and quiet.For a long time.

That was when the animals and birds forgot about you, came back out and went about their usual behavior. You could notice the storms slowly forming miles away, the change in the wind, the change in the smell of it, from dry to loaded with moisture.

(via fastcompany)

August 8, 2013 at 11:54pm
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Reblogged from dellbby
Think of trees as animals that eat earth and rock.

Think of trees as animals that eat earth and rock.

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