"People want to see patterns in the world. It is how we evolved. We descended from those primates who were best at spotting the telltale pattern of a predator in the forest, or of food in the savannah. So important is this skill that we apply it everywhere, warranted or not."
Fractal Inventor, IBM Fellow Emeritus
I don’t care if it’s a sad good-by or a bad good-by, but when I leave a place I like to know I’m leaving it. If you don’t, you feel even worse.
THE GREAT GOTHBY… Nail tutorial for @Asos October 2013
Using @OPI_products “Black Onyx” and @ButterLondon “Marbs”
HOW TO HIDE FROM CAMERAS Make Up Tutorial
We all know that cameras are watching our every step.
Find out how to hide from cameras, sensors, and any other facial recognition devices with these tips that will make you undetecable.
Camouflage yourself from face detection today with these tips.
CV Dazzle is key for hiding from computers and machines that are tracking you and building profiles. Don’t be susceptible to photo tagging by friends or governmental agencies ever again. The implementation of this makeup tutorial in your everyday life will be key to existing track-free.
Hat-Tip to Erik Angle
Robin smells a crime.
The duo Gotham needs.
OMG! This is adorable
HAPPY HALLOWEEN 2013!
The Titan Arm helps you lift 40 more pounds
Out of shape and can’t lift something? No prob, just strap on an external bicep — the Titan Arm, a new invention from a group of engineering students at the University of Pennsylvania. That’s if it’s ever available commercially (co-inventor Nick McGill told KurzweilAI they’re working on it, no date yet). If so, the Titan Arm will help lift 40 pounds more than you normally can. It would attach to your right arm with a power motor at its elbow joint. You would also be able to lock the arm into any position with a ratchet brake to hold an object steady. The invention won its inventors $10,000 in the Cornell Cup for Innovation (via The Titan Arm helps you lift 40 more pounds | KurzweilAI)
I need something like this!
Programming language created for designing decorative artifacts:
Computational design is the practice of using programing to create and modify form, structure and ornamentation. Through computational design it is possible to create unique, beautiful, functional and personal objects and experience a rewarding creative process through programing. Unfortunately, use of programming as a medium for art and design, especially by young people and non-professionals is limited. Many people consider computer programing to be a highly specialized, difficult and inaccessible activity that only has relevance as a career path rather than as a mode of personal expression.By finding ways to connect programing to the production of personally relevant beautiful physical objects, it is possible to expand the number and types of people who are both interested in and empowered to participate in creative programming.
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