wetheurban:

DESIGN: The Coffee-Making Alarm Clock

We need this because reasons. This one’s for the coffee drinkers amongst you - British designer Joshua Renouf has come up with a coffee making alarm clock which can wake you up with a fresh cup of joe.

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@1 month ago with 51217 notes
#coffee #technology 
highenergyjewtrino:

jadelyn:

Are you fucking kidding me? Like, no, Shakespeare wouldn’t tweet a sonnet cause 140 characters is a bit short for that. Wrong medium. But you know what he would have? A very active twitter FULL OF DICK PUNS AND YOUR MOM JOKES okay. (And probably also a blog for the sonnets and longer works, that cross-posts links to twitter anyway.)
Get out of here with that pretentious anti-technology bullshit.

highenergyjewtrino:

jadelyn:

Are you fucking kidding me? Like, no, Shakespeare wouldn’t tweet a sonnet cause 140 characters is a bit short for that. Wrong medium. But you know what he would have? A very active twitter FULL OF DICK PUNS AND YOUR MOM JOKES okay. (And probably also a blog for the sonnets and longer works, that cross-posts links to twitter anyway.)

Get out of here with that pretentious anti-technology bullshit.

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@1 month ago with 97059 notes
#technology #twitter 

prettytrannies:

Google’s Street View cameras are touring museums and taking weird selfies by accident

me

I had a vivid dream about a figure in a long red hallway, which I now realize was inspired by the first selfie.

(Source: always-returning, via saynumber13)

@1 month ago with 32096 notes
#technology 

mymodernmet:

These before-and-after shots demonstrate the incredible power of visual effects on screen.

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@2 months ago with 155038 notes
#technology 
donotingest:

tinawarriorprincess:

psychmajorpizzamaker:

fight-0ff-yourdem0ns:

optimus-primette:

stunningpicture:

He designed this special shoes, shared between him and his paralyzed daughter just to make her feel the sensation of walking.

WEEP DAFEELS PENETRATE ME

Oh my goodness

This is probably so good for her body, too! Imagine her muscles getting moved in ways they don’t normally and she is upright and hopefully not having any pressure spots! This is lovely in so many ways!

This is a wonderful invention, but the man in the picture is one of the testers. He is not the inventor. The inventor was an Israeli woman named Debby Elnatan who developed this with an Irish company for her son.

Keep that last comment in mind, people! We can’t keep erasing women’s accomplishments like this.

donotingest:

tinawarriorprincess:

psychmajorpizzamaker:

fight-0ff-yourdem0ns:

optimus-primette:

stunningpicture:

He designed this special shoes, shared between him and his paralyzed daughter just to make her feel the sensation of walking.

WEEP DAFEELS PENETRATE ME

Oh my goodness

This is probably so good for her body, too! Imagine her muscles getting moved in ways they don’t normally and she is upright and hopefully not having any pressure spots! This is lovely in so many ways!

This is a wonderful invention, but the man in the picture is one of the testers. He is not the inventor. The inventor was an Israeli woman named Debby Elnatan who developed this with an Irish company for her son.

Keep that last comment in mind, people! We can’t keep erasing women’s accomplishments like this.

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@2 months ago with 142089 notes
#technology 
thepoliticalfreakshow:

muchbetterthanmine:

thefrogman:

tyleroakley:

ideal life

This robot is for a very sick little boy who suffers from eosinophilic esophagitis and anaphylactic shock syndrome. His obesity is a symptom and unrelated to why he must send a robot to school. 
If there are even tiny particles of milk or peanuts in the air, he will end up in the emergency room. He is basically allergic to life and has been in intensive care twice in the last 2 years. This robot allows him to go to school. He can learn, interact with students and teachers, and make friends that aren’t nurses and doctors. 
Sometimes when I tell people I have to work from bed most days, they respond with, “I wish I could do that.” or “That sounds awesome.”
I know this is an easy and obvious joke to make, and I am not admonishing anyone who has made that kind of joke. But I would like people to know that it is hurtful. One of the more hurtful things that is said to me, if I’m being honest. Because I want nothing more than to get out of this bed. And I think this kid would like to play with his friends in real life rather than sending his robot to school. Our lives are not ideal, but we adapt them to make the best out of a bad situation. 

This is what bothers me about people making snap judgements. I mean, beyond the fact that just because someone is obese or doesn’t look disabled doesn’t mean that is the case. You 100% cannot know shit about someone based on looking at them. So yes, there are probably people without disabilities who utilize handicap spots by using a family members disability tag. There are probably people who are just straight up too lazy to walk around a store and decide to use the seated carts instead. But there is absolutely no way for you to know if someone is actually disabled or not. So instead of looking like and being an asshole and assuming that someone is “just lazy” because you can’t visually see something wrong with them, how about we all assume that every individual knows what is best for them and knows their own physical and mental limitations?

The commentary right before me. Yes.

thepoliticalfreakshow:

muchbetterthanmine:

thefrogman:

tyleroakley:

ideal life

This robot is for a very sick little boy who suffers from eosinophilic esophagitis and anaphylactic shock syndrome. His obesity is a symptom and unrelated to why he must send a robot to school. 

If there are even tiny particles of milk or peanuts in the air, he will end up in the emergency room. He is basically allergic to life and has been in intensive care twice in the last 2 years. This robot allows him to go to school. He can learn, interact with students and teachers, and make friends that aren’t nurses and doctors. 

Sometimes when I tell people I have to work from bed most days, they respond with, “I wish I could do that.” or “That sounds awesome.”

I know this is an easy and obvious joke to make, and I am not admonishing anyone who has made that kind of joke. But I would like people to know that it is hurtful. One of the more hurtful things that is said to me, if I’m being honest. Because I want nothing more than to get out of this bed. And I think this kid would like to play with his friends in real life rather than sending his robot to school. Our lives are not ideal, but we adapt them to make the best out of a bad situation. 

This is what bothers me about people making snap judgements. I mean, beyond the fact that just because someone is obese or doesn’t look disabled doesn’t mean that is the case.
You 100% cannot know shit about someone based on looking at them.
So yes, there are probably people without disabilities who utilize handicap spots by using a family members disability tag.
There are probably people who are just straight up too lazy to walk around a store and decide to use the seated carts instead.

But there is absolutely no way for you to know if someone is actually disabled or not. So instead of looking like and being an asshole and assuming that someone is “just lazy” because you can’t visually see something wrong with them, how about we all assume that every individual knows what is best for them and knows their own physical and mental limitations?

The commentary right before me. Yes.

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@2 months ago with 170718 notes
#ableism #technology 

huffpostscience:

Check out these new amazing simulations of our universe. The first two images are from Illustris, the massive computer simulation of the universe unveiled by researchers this week: http://huff.to/1kRGblM. Below, a student’s trippy video allows you to fly by nearly 2,000 alien worlds: http://huff.to/1kRH2D1.

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@3 months ago with 302 notes
#universe #science #technology 

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@3 months ago with 131521 notes
#technology 

tastefullyoffensive:

Smart phones are making us antisocial. [x]

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@1 month ago with 28391 notes
#media #technology 

1993 vs 2013

1993 vs 2013

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@1 month ago with 215618 notes
#technology 

Google’s Street View cameras are touring museums and taking weird selfies by accident

(Source: always-returning, via lemondifficult)

@1 month ago with 32096 notes
#google #technology 

deerhoof:

the future is here and it’s horrible

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@2 months ago with 297374 notes
#technology 
@2 months ago with 216243 notes
#design #technology 
shittysurfer:

4gifs:

Flappy Bird simulator

We’ve gone too far

We invent the virtual reality technology envisioned in science fiction and we use it for this.

shittysurfer:

4gifs:

Flappy Bird simulator

We’ve gone too far

We invent the virtual reality technology envisioned in science fiction and we use it for this.

(Source: ForGIFs.com, via iran-ed)

@3 months ago with 128236 notes
#video games #technology 
@3 months ago with 213730 notes
#technology 
1 month ago
#coffee #technology 
1 month ago
#media #technology 
highenergyjewtrino:

jadelyn:

Are you fucking kidding me? Like, no, Shakespeare wouldn’t tweet a sonnet cause 140 characters is a bit short for that. Wrong medium. But you know what he would have? A very active twitter FULL OF DICK PUNS AND YOUR MOM JOKES okay. (And probably also a blog for the sonnets and longer works, that cross-posts links to twitter anyway.)
Get out of here with that pretentious anti-technology bullshit.
1 month ago
#technology #twitter 

1993 vs 2013
1 month ago
#technology 
1 month ago
#technology 
1 month ago
#google #technology 
2 months ago
#technology 
2 months ago
#technology 
donotingest:

tinawarriorprincess:

psychmajorpizzamaker:

fight-0ff-yourdem0ns:

optimus-primette:

stunningpicture:

He designed this special shoes, shared between him and his paralyzed daughter just to make her feel the sensation of walking.

WEEP DAFEELS PENETRATE ME

Oh my goodness

This is probably so good for her body, too! Imagine her muscles getting moved in ways they don’t normally and she is upright and hopefully not having any pressure spots! This is lovely in so many ways!

This is a wonderful invention, but the man in the picture is one of the testers. He is not the inventor. The inventor was an Israeli woman named Debby Elnatan who developed this with an Irish company for her son.

Keep that last comment in mind, people! We can’t keep erasing women’s accomplishments like this.
2 months ago
#technology 
2 months ago
#design #technology 
thepoliticalfreakshow:

muchbetterthanmine:

thefrogman:

tyleroakley:

ideal life

This robot is for a very sick little boy who suffers from eosinophilic esophagitis and anaphylactic shock syndrome. His obesity is a symptom and unrelated to why he must send a robot to school. 
If there are even tiny particles of milk or peanuts in the air, he will end up in the emergency room. He is basically allergic to life and has been in intensive care twice in the last 2 years. This robot allows him to go to school. He can learn, interact with students and teachers, and make friends that aren’t nurses and doctors. 
Sometimes when I tell people I have to work from bed most days, they respond with, “I wish I could do that.” or “That sounds awesome.”
I know this is an easy and obvious joke to make, and I am not admonishing anyone who has made that kind of joke. But I would like people to know that it is hurtful. One of the more hurtful things that is said to me, if I’m being honest. Because I want nothing more than to get out of this bed. And I think this kid would like to play with his friends in real life rather than sending his robot to school. Our lives are not ideal, but we adapt them to make the best out of a bad situation. 

This is what bothers me about people making snap judgements. I mean, beyond the fact that just because someone is obese or doesn’t look disabled doesn’t mean that is the case. You 100% cannot know shit about someone based on looking at them. So yes, there are probably people without disabilities who utilize handicap spots by using a family members disability tag. There are probably people who are just straight up too lazy to walk around a store and decide to use the seated carts instead. But there is absolutely no way for you to know if someone is actually disabled or not. So instead of looking like and being an asshole and assuming that someone is “just lazy” because you can’t visually see something wrong with them, how about we all assume that every individual knows what is best for them and knows their own physical and mental limitations?

The commentary right before me. Yes.
2 months ago
#ableism #technology 
shittysurfer:

4gifs:

Flappy Bird simulator

We’ve gone too far

We invent the virtual reality technology envisioned in science fiction and we use it for this.
3 months ago
#video games #technology 
3 months ago
#universe #science #technology 
3 months ago
#technology 
3 months ago
#technology