Doves - Satellites 

fastcompany:

Dronies Are The New Selfies

Make way in your Instagram feed for flying-camera panoramas.

Squishing yourself into a cameraphone frame with your bestie is so early 2014. Why rely on your outstretched arm when you can include a sweeping vista and aerial approach to your selfie?

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sophiafosterdimino:

I’ve been learning after affects (with varied results)
Every week or so I do a weird thing and post it on twitter, here’s a roundup.
sophiafosterdimino:

I’ve been learning after affects (with varied results)
Every week or so I do a weird thing and post it on twitter, here’s a roundup.
sophiafosterdimino:

I’ve been learning after affects (with varied results)
Every week or so I do a weird thing and post it on twitter, here’s a roundup.
sophiafosterdimino:

I’ve been learning after affects (with varied results)
Every week or so I do a weird thing and post it on twitter, here’s a roundup.
sophiafosterdimino:

I’ve been learning after affects (with varied results)
Every week or so I do a weird thing and post it on twitter, here’s a roundup.

sophiafosterdimino:

I’ve been learning after affects (with varied results)

Every week or so I do a weird thing and post it on twitter, here’s a roundup.

xysciences:

Each dot is only moving in a straight line, but is created by balls moving in circles through 3 dimensional space. 
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xysciences:

Each dot is only moving in a straight line, but is created by balls moving in circles through 3 dimensional space. 

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space-pics:

7/17/2014—Big photo of Falcon 9R landing leg in factory

"Computers aren’t the thing. They’re the thing that gets us to the thing"
Please don’t be cancelled.   "Computers aren’t the thing. They’re the thing that gets us to the thing"
Please don’t be cancelled.  

"Computers aren’t the thing. They’re the thing that gets us to the thing"

Please don’t be cancelled.  

(Source: omfgco.com)

themadeshop:

Under the Skin

(Source: nestyanyan)

Aaron Swartz (RIP 1986-2013) - We Can Change The World

Tears for fears - Everybody wants to rule the world

This comment from Song meanings

First of all I wanted to say how deeply nostalgic this song makes me for the era in which it was written, especially the relative calm known as the Cold War.

Basically, the lyrics are quite prescient in that the speaker reminds the listener that political liberty and the pleasures of capitalism are all relatively new to the world scene and are not permanent. The speaker desires to live to the fullest during this special time in history by taking full advantage of its many pleasures and liberties before the true nature of the world, war and change, comes ‘round again at last.

Thus the song is a carpe diem song and yet the speaker is troubled by all the possibilities of how to seize this day— he is condemned to his own freedom in that he’s unsure how best to make use of his liberty— in other words, he feels the terror when one realizes although you can be almost anything, you cannot be everything. And yet he must decide because he he knows time is short.

(Source: songmeanings.com)