past and curious

oh-totoro:

It seems ridiculous to remake and repost a gif that has 180,000 notes in the original post, but I just wanted to make an updated and improved version that makes the most of the new 2Mb gif limit.

oh-totoro:

It seems ridiculous to remake and repost a gif that has 180,000 notes in the original post, but I just wanted to make an updated and improved version that makes the most of the new 2Mb gif limit.

(Fonte: oh-totoro, via paraboloidehiperbolico)

emergentfutures:

Dell starts accepting Bitcoin for online purchases from consumers and small businesses in the US


Full Story: The Next Web

emergentfutures:

Dell starts accepting Bitcoin for online purchases from consumers and small businesses in the US

Full Story: The Next Web

brucesterling:

designculturemind:

Tangible Media

MIT’s Tangible Media is coming along nicely,

"Almost like a table of living clay, the inFORM is a surface that three-dimensionally changes shape, allowing users to not only interact with digital content in meatspace, but even hold hands with a person hundreds of miles away. And that’s only the beginning."

*The tie-in with the projection-mapping is especially good.

(via emergentfutures)

Law is the framework that produces the world we live in. Invisibly, it surrounds and shapes our daily lives. Like software, laws quickly become opaque once they are enacted, but they don’t stop running. There are brief periods when we are able to intervene, to prevent future injustice, and to call not only for the kind of law we would like to see made but also the kind of world we would like to live in, which will be inevitably produced by those laws. Making the case for terrorism suspects, for asylum seekers, for stateless refugees, is one of the hardest cases to make. But in these situations we see tested the most extreme cases of our law and our humanity.

—James Bridle, <The Siege on Citizenship (via stoweboyd)