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September 17, 2014 at 1:24pm

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(via Space dogs: four-legged guardians of the galaxy - The Calvert Journal)

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10:05am

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Forensic Architecture - Home

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7:41am

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How your smartphone betrays you all day long

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Ton Siedsma, a lawyer for the Dutch civil liberties group Bits of Freedom, volunteered to have a week’s worth of his phone’s metadata collected and analyzed by researchers from Ghent University and by Mike Moolenaar.

The researchers’ report shows how exhaustively a cursory metadata…

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September 15, 2014 at 7:24am
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The Eye of Photography

photography exhibitions London September

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September 14, 2014 at 7:04pm

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Transpontine: Urban Free Festival 1992

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6:35pm

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Look back in anger

Look back in anger

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5:10am

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Pirates! by Michael Dirda | The Gallery | The New York Review of Books

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4:45am

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The shape of your notes – Aitor García Rey

I suffer a compulsion for note taking that forces me to carry small notebooks all the time. I found this simple technique a great stress reliever; it allows me to keep my mind clear and focused, delegating all the popping thoughts to a simple analog buffer.

There are lot of things to love about notebooks. They are fast, flexible and responsive. Infinite battery, über-cheap, valid for longterm storage by default. No unlock/slide/micro-delay/tap/tap/micro-delay/write/tap/lock process. As good as tablets and phones are getting these days, the time to record a few words on them is still longer and more complex than scribbling in a piece of paper. Yes, paper is still awesome in many, many, many, many, many ways.

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A poem has secrets that the poet knows nothing of.

Stanley Kunitz (via theparisreview)

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4:37am

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Nadav Kander: The Polygon Nuclear Test Site I (After The Event), Kazakhstan 2011 (Courtesy of Flowers Gallery)

source: itsnicethat.com

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Nadav Kander: The Polygon Nuclear Test Site I (After The Event), Kazakhstan 2011 (Courtesy of Flowers Gallery)

source: itsnicethat.com

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