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lomographicsociety:

Monday Moodboard: Franck Bohbot’s ‘Cinema’ Series

Wouldn’t it be nice to watch a good film or two in one of these theaters? http://bit.ly/TqSkrf

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oupacademic:

engineeringhistory:

A surviving geared fragment of the Antikythera mechanism. The device was discovered in 1900 as part of a shipwreck off the Greek island of Antikythera, and is thought to have been constructed around 100 BC. It is believed to have been used for calculating various astronomical measurements and is considered by some to be the first analog computer.

The Antikythera shipwreck is the source of a group of Roman and Greek works of art, in particular a group of Greek bronze sculptures and statuettes. Antikythera Mechanism was originally identified as a “calendar computer,” and it has often subsequently been misinterpreted as a navigational aid, simply because it was recovered from a shipwreck. 

oupacademic:

engineeringhistory:

A surviving geared fragment of the Antikythera mechanism. The device was discovered in 1900 as part of a shipwreck off the Greek island of Antikythera, and is thought to have been constructed around 100 BC. It is believed to have been used for calculating various astronomical measurements and is considered by some to be the first analog computer.

The Antikythera shipwreck is the source of a group of Roman and Greek works of art, in particular a group of Greek bronze sculptures and statuettes. Antikythera Mechanism was originally identified as a “calendar computer,” and it has often subsequently been misinterpreted as a navigational aid, simply because it was recovered from a shipwreck. 

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That Martha must’ve done you good.

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thebendisageofcomics:

New Avengers by Billy Tan (New Avengers #50, 2009)

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rameysaurus:

punwitch:

pokemon1208:

So I was wondering if anyone else was aware of this but if you hold           ”Z” + “C” (“alt” + “C” for mac) this comes up so you can literally post something while you’re in the middle of your dash and you won’t have to open a new tab or go back to the top.
((credit goes to the 3 year old who thought it would be funny to hit my keyboard while she was watching me scroll through tumblr))

Holy fucking shit tumblr developers did something actually useful

^and failed to mention it to their users, rendering it useless until accidentally discovered by a toddler

rameysaurus:

punwitch:

pokemon1208:

So I was wondering if anyone else was aware of this but if you hold           ”Z” + “C” (“alt” + “C” for mac) this comes up so you can literally post something while you’re in the middle of your dash and you won’t have to open a new tab or go back to the top.

((credit goes to the 3 year old who thought it would be funny to hit my keyboard while she was watching me scroll through tumblr))

Holy fucking shit tumblr developers did something actually useful

^and failed to mention it to their users, rendering it useless until accidentally discovered by a toddler

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sparklefarts-and-gossamerwings:

ask-ep:

queen-of-s4ssy:

minatokiiroisenko:

laughwithoutworries:

lawlietshoujo:

sassy-tail:

holy dicks, that’s useful

reblogging for future reference

reblogging for future essays

reblogging for future roleplays

Reblogging for future family get togethers

Reblog going for future everything

Oohhh more!!

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“Most people have the hardest time relaxing. We were taught at an early age to ‘do,’ and now we are so addicted to doing that even if we take a break we think about what to do next. Very few ever realize that the priceless treasure in life is ‘Being.’”
— D.R. Butler (via creatingaquietmind)

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“Photography is the only language that can be understood anywhere in the world.”

Bruno Barbey

Lensblr-Network quote of the day

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“When you’re looking for the next thing that happens in your story, don’t just add a new object or event. Look at the motivations of the characters around the protagonist and let them fuel the action.”
— Jesse Koepke (via risingsignals)

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