saschapohflepp:

Milky Way

Stars in the style of Pohflepp

saschapohflepp:

Milky Way

Stars in the style of Pohflepp

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nuzz:

Ann Hamilton - The Event of a Thread
photo by: Matt Nuzzaco

Lovely shot by my friend Matt. <3

nuzz:

Ann Hamilton - The Event of a Thread

photo by: Matt Nuzzaco

Lovely shot by my friend Matt. <3

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distractionsinspace:

Music snobbery in space
Apollo 11 audio transcripts

It&#8217;s good to see that music snobbery does not change based on your space status. 

distractionsinspace:

Music snobbery in space

Apollo 11 audio transcripts

It’s good to see that music snobbery does not change based on your space status. 

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thecreatorsproject:

The Rain Room is coming to NY next month! 
[more info] 

Very excited to be planning a trip to NYC while this is up at PS1 :)

thecreatorsproject:

The Rain Room is coming to NY next month! 

[more info

Very excited to be planning a trip to NYC while this is up at PS1 :)

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thecreatorsproject:

Create 3D printed sculptures of your flights. 

Lovely lovely. It&#8217;d be amazing to do this on an entire globe.

thecreatorsproject:

Create 3D printed sculptures of your flights. 

Lovely lovely. It’d be amazing to do this on an entire globe.

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betaknowledge:

The Apple icon garden.

Does anyone know what happened to the icons? The only remnants of them are on the signs in the parking garage and the Infinite Loop campus. MOOF.

betaknowledge:

The Apple icon garden.

Does anyone know what happened to the icons? The only remnants of them are on the signs in the parking garage and the Infinite Loop campus. MOOF.

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Startups are run by people who do what’s necessary at the time it’s needed. A lot of time that’s unglamorous work. A lot of times that’s not heroic work. Is that heroic? Is that standing on a stage in a black turtleneck, in front of 20,000 people talking about the future of phones? No. But that’s how companies are built. That person who did that for the iPhone launch at Apple, we don’t know who he is. All we know is that Steve Jobs came up with the iPhone. But he didn’t ship it. The person who bought the donuts did.

The Silent Partner, a really wonderful interview about Jason Goldman, product manager at Twitter, and cofounder of Obvious Corp. (via timoni)

The people who bought the food, stayed over the weekend, hid beers in your drawer, missed birthday’s, got in yelling matches in meetings to make reasonable deadlines, came to give a head rub when you felt stressed, made you leave your desk — yes, those are the people who ship things. :)

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blech:

Visualisations of all the (geotagged) photos taken from the International Space Station, by Nathan Bergey.

The full article is well worth looking at.

Space data visualization. Be still my heart.

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anapraxis:

Pho-tek Traveler. 

anapraxis:

Pho-tek Traveler. 

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anapraxis:

Point Reyes, California.

To answer, &#8220;Why California?&#8221;

anapraxis:

Point Reyes, California.

To answer, “Why California?”

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