March 14, 2019

A painting of someone holding a painting of someone holding a painting …. The flow chart of variations at the end is fantastic. /via laura olin


March 6, 2019

Bread Time is putting out episodes again.


March 6, 2019

"Hey, what's the matter?"
"Bleurgh. Work. Life. Politics. Stuff."
"I know, I know. Want my help?"
"You can help?"
"I can give advice. And I can give you sanctuary, for a while."
"Say you'll take me away from all this!"
The book smiled. "I'll take you away from all this."

— Micro SF/F stories (@MicroSFF) March 6, 2019


March 5, 2019


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March 4, 2019

The Atlantic puffin can hold a large number of small fish in its spacious beak. This photo by Sunil Gopalan is a stunning portrait of the wild bird with a bountiful feast of tiny fish in its bill, which was selected by National Geographic https://t.co/SuM0pNSKos


March 4, 2019


March 4, 2019

Actual thing a luxury apartment broker told me yesterday: tenants have come to expect soundproof recording studios in new buildings so they can all record their own podcasts.


March 4, 2019


February 20, 2019

Big Trouble in Little China slap (stickers)


February 20, 2019

Ordnance Survey map keys (graphics)


February 20, 2019

The Numbers (podcast)


February 20, 2019

Sleeping arrangements (little drawings)


February 19, 2019

An 81 megapixel image the moon created from 50,000 images.


January 29, 2019

To celebrate the twenty-fifth anniversary of the song Sabotage,” Jeff Gomez wrote a novel reimagining the video as a pulpy cop novel from the 70s.


January 12, 2019

These photos of Wistman’s Wood in Dartmoor, England are something straight out of a fairytale


January 11, 2019

A TV Radio Robot, In the early 1970s Japan Victor experimented with producing appliances in unusual shapes: round televisions sets that resembled space helmets or pyramids like this one, which echoed the form of the robots they were testing at the time.”


January 10, 2019

A guy and his bookie.


January 10, 2019

Dinosaur Statues of Questionable Accuracy


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