- A Design Guru’s Work Lair - The New York Times. See also America Is Fucked... (Graphically at least) - YouTube.
- Think You're Brave Enough To Be A Motorcycle Paramedic?
- Shepard Fairey vandalism case 'disappoints' Detroit arts community | US news | The Guardian:
Fairey is now facing a sentence of up to 10 years, as well as two counts of malicious destruction of a railroad bridge.Seriously. 'Destruction of a railroad bridge' with WHEAT PASTE AND PAPER?
- Tattoo Gallery Mo Ganji
- Humans of New York | Lost ID
I lost my ID twenty years ago, and haven’t been able to get a new one, so technically I don’t exist. But for the record— I do exist, my name is Paul Ambrose, I was born on July 4th, 1948, I grew up in Tennessee, and on the day Martin Luther King was killed, I said ‘fuck this shit’ and bought a bus ticket to New York because it was $20 cheaper than a ticket to California.
- Artist Turns Parents’ Home Into Haunted House Straight Out Of A Tim Burton Film | Bored Panda. That's just a tad more impressive than a few spiderwebs and a bat from $2 store...
- Finally, Back to the Future’s Self-Lacing Nikes Are A Reality | Bored Panda
- A New Acoustic Instrument That Creates Sounds like a Digital Synthesizer | Colossal
- Founders: It’s not 1990. Stop treating your employees like it is. — Medium:
Ask most any founder — “What’s your biggest problem?” Nearly always: Hiring. “The person I want won’t leave Google to join my startup that hasn’t shipped anything. It’s only a 40% paycut and the options are worth a lot, I swear.” With logic like that, it’s astonishing that many startups are able to hire at all.
- 101 Greatest Industrial Songs of all time. Commence arguing ;)
- This Mi-8 Just Cruises Along A Highway In Ukraine To A Sweet Doors Remix
- Guy Builds Cat Feeding Machine That Requires His Kitty To Hunt For Food | Bored Panda
- Public Service Announcement: The Mystery Machine Is Not A VW Microbus
- Banksy Reveals Latest Installation – The Shovel
- These Guys Made a Live Action Zombie Shooter and then Went on Chatroulette… «TwistedSifter
- Street Art News: artist: Hopare
- The Ten Greatest James Bond Movie Cars That Weren't Aston Martins
- 25 Awesome Graffiti Artworks - Imgur
- The Truth Behind Instagram Photos | Bored Panda
- Kicking the Abbott | The Saturday Paper:
Abbott governed for the past and the few conservatives desperate to continue living there. He governed against science and in contempt of the environment. He governed in opposition to social equality, in terror of reform. His was a government of fear and avoidance, a rolling sideshow anxiously avoiding the fact it had nothing to add and no idea what to do.
- The Mystery Of The Illuminated Goodyears | The Jalopy Journal The Jalopy Journal
- Feast Your Eyes On How Gorgeous Vintage Race Car Lettering Is Drawn
- Video: Alex McKinnon tackle, what Storm captain Cameron Smith said during NRL clash | NRL, Rugby League, NRL Scores, NRL Ladder | Fox Sports. Selective editing, leading questions and no right of reply - 60 Minutes or Frontline? Sadly the supposed parody was simply documentary.
- The Strange & Curious Tale of the Last True Hermit | GQ
- You Just Got Out of Prison. Now What?:
[The ‘re-entry movement’] tends to focus on solving structural problems, like providing housing, job training or drug treatment, but easily loses sight of the profound disorientation of the actual people being released. Often, the psychological turbulence of those first days or weeks is so debilitating that recently incarcerated people can’t even navigate public transportation; they’re too frightened of crowds, too intimidated or mystified by the transit cards that have replaced cash and tokens.
- This Prosthetic Arm Lets Kids Build Attachments Out of LEGO «TwistedSifter
- HP bans t-shirts at work and employees are furious | Business Insider. HP showing there's always a way to shout louder about how much you've lost touch with the market.
- Your enemy's enemy is your dog, scientists find | Science | The Guardian:
Dogs do not like people who are mean to their owners and will refuse food offered by people who have snubbed their master, Japanese researchers have said.
- 12 of the Best in Coffee Brewing Technology - Design Milk
- Joe Hockey claims $1000 a month in travel allowance to sleep at his wife’s house:
TREASURER Joe Hockey has charged taxpayers $184,000 to sleep in his wife’s $2 million Canberra home since he was elected to Parliament — more than half of the original sale price. ... [but because] Hockey has encouraged other MPs to share the house and pay rent to his wife when Parliament sits the costs to the taxpayers don’t stop there. ... taxpayers are likely to have spent more than the original $320,000-asking price.
- Blade Runner Recut with the Sci-Fi Masterpiece's Unused Original Footage | Open Culture
- The Future of Wind Energy? No Blades | The Free Thought Project
- Watch This Backcountry Pilot Land On A 50 Percent Grade
- Follow the money: inside the world's tax havens | Business | The Guardian:
If you blinked, you may have missed what happened here. It cost EcuadorCo $1,000 to pick and pack the container, and they sold it on for $1,000. So EcuadorCo records zero profits, meaning no taxes. Likewise, FranceCo buys it for $3,000 and sells it to the supermarket for $3,000. Again, no profits, and no taxes. HavenCo is the key to the puzzle. It bought the container for $1,000 and sold it for $3,000 – a $2,000 profit. But it is based in a haven, so it pays no tax. In short, all the profits have been stripped out of France and Ecuador, and shovelled into the haven. Hey presto!
- DxO ONE is a 20MP DSLR-Quality Camera That's Used with Your iPhone. On the one hand, great idea; on the other hand people are going to be *really* peeved when their $500+ camera no longer works with the new iPhone.
- Flower Sack Dresses From the Flour Mills (Historical Kindness) | Kindness Blog
- David Letterman’s final episode: a stoic but touching send-off for the Late Show | Media | The Guardian
- Australia's street art mecca: Powerhouse Geelong – in pictures | Art and design | The Guardian
- Tron Legacy Motion Graphics Design - VFX
- What are Abbott and Hockey really trying to achieve? 20 tries for 20 failures
- How Malevolent Buffoonery Became The New Normal Of Australian Leadership | Junkee
- The Manul Cat Is The Most Expressive Cat In The World | Bored Panda
- Code | Bloomberg. 'What is code?' ... surprisingly long and amazing answer.
- Towards 2000: Introducing the amazing compact disc › Science Features (ABC Science)
- Japan’s Creative, Ephemeral Homes - WSJ
- I Desperately Want These Hilarious Fake Car Ads To Be Real
- Jimi Hendrix was such a bad tenant, Ringo evicted him
- The Age of Drone Vandalism Begins With an Epic NYC Tag | WIRED
- Tesla announces low-cost batteries for homes | Technology | The Guardian
- Future Crew: Second Reality : Free Download & Streaming : Internet Archive (running in-browser in a DOS emulation)
- Blind Pregnant Woman ‘Sees’ Her Unborn Baby For The First Time With 3D Printing | Bored Panda
- University Creates ‘Puppy Room’ To Help Stressed-Out Students | Bored Panda
- How To Bump Start A Priceless Formula 1 Car
- Artist Uses Tape Instead Of Paint To Create Beautiful Street Art | Bored Panda
- Welcome To "Bestie Row": Lifelong Friends Build Row Of Tiny Houses In The Middle Of Nowhere.
- Landscapes Made for Satellite Eyes: Calibration Targets, Resolution Tests, and Giant Desert Compasses | Atlas Obscura
- McSweeney’s Internet Tendency: List: Bar Fight Insults as Academic Papers.
- How Did the Duck Hunt Gun Work? | Mental Floss
- The Gathering 2015 - 2nd Biggest LAN party in the world - Album on Imgur. When I was a kid I wanted to go to TG for the demoscene stuff - seems it's still there at least in a small way: The Creative Gathering.
- Genius Car Owner Replaces Back Seat With Couch
- Oh My God Everything I Want Right Now Is The Ripsaw EV2 It Is Amazing
- Lynda.com: A 60-Year-Old Earns Internet Glory - WSJ
- Zach Wilson on Twitter: "Shut it down infographics nerds, the greatest chart possible has been made http://t.co/LZr6KRwhJP"
- Peter Lik’s Recipe for Success: Sell Prints. Print Money. - NYTimes.com
- Germans Take Revenge On Late-Night Urinators With 'St. Pauli Pees Back' Campaign
- Check Out This Brilliantly Simple Rethink Of Gauges
- Angry badger shuts down luxury Stockholm hotel, forces police to intervene - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
Purely for the line
It remains unclear why the badger was angry.
- Mississippi badasses turn their homes into islands to protect them from floods | Road Trip - Discover Your America with Roadtrippers
- Urban Treehouse Uses 150 Trees To Protect Residents From Noise And Pollution | Bored Panda
- First Alan Adler Invented the Aerobie. Now He’s Created the Perfect Cup of Coffee — Backchannel — Medium
- When Tony Abbott ate that raw onion it really got under my skin:
I was duly attentive but conscious of a voice inside my skull murmuring, with quiet finality: ‘He ate an onion.’(Not as glib as it sounds - is it ok for a PM to be completely oblivious to what is 'normal'?)
- These Integrated Propellers Could Be The Future Of Electric Flight