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Douglas Spencer on Twitter: "When I was a student we discovered that the university security team had purchased twelve wheelclamps. We went out and bought twelve knackered cars for thirty quid each and swiftly used up the campus's entire supply of wheelclamps. Problem solved.… https://t.co/DX08bgYAlM"

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Earl Sweatshirt and Rap’s Murky In-Between Generation | The New Yorker

Newsletter Get the best of The New Yorker in your in-box every day. Submit Privacy Policy Sign in Shop News Books & Culture Fiction & Poetry Humor & Cartoons Magazine Crossword Video Podcasts Archive Goings On Subscribe Subscribe Pop Music December 10, 2018 Issue By Carrie Battan December 3, 2018 As an artist, Earl Sweatshirt is propelled by his own psyche. He has always seemed to view success as both a cause for celebration and a burden. Photograph by Awol Erizku for The New Yorker Pop Music December 10, 2018 Issue By Carrie Battan December 3, 2018 As an artist, Earl Sweatshirt is propelled by his own psyche. He has always seemed to view success as both a cause for celebration and a burden. Photograph by Awol Erizku for The New Yorker Alongside video games, popular music is at the top of the list of America’s most reliable sources of moral panic. Half a century after Elvis Presley’s gy...

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Malevolent Cartography - 2019 In Reivew

Malevolent Cartography <span id="subtitle">You can't kill me.</span> Resume Archive Contact 2019 In Reivew January 3, 2020 by Quinlan Pfiffer “Always between life and death” - Zybin Where do I even start? I’m tired just thinking about it. One big thing I’ve started doing is that on every trip we go on now, I started a “Lessson for X 20YY”, and just write down everything I learned, experienced or want to look up. I end up with great quotes, bookes to read, lessons that are invaluable, etc. They all go in one place and they’re really easy to look back on. My guitar playing is getting there. It’s such a fun, productive activity. A little bit every day with no plan is more than enough to really make me feel like I’m investing in it. Started logging all/most of my transactions. I started out using an app on our trip, which carried over to home life, whic...

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Tomasz Mackiewicz - Wikipedia

CentralNotice From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigation Jump to search Tomasz Mackiewicz Born ( 1975-01-13 ) January 13, 1975 Działoszyn , Poland Died probably 26 January 2018 (aged 43) Nanga Parbat , Pakistan Nationality Polish Other names Czapkins, Czapa Occupation Mountaineer Tomasz Mackiewicz (January 13, 1975 – c. 26 January 2018 [1] ) was a Polish high-altitude climber. [2] He died on an eight-thousander Nanga Parbat , known as the "Killer Mountain", in Pakistan . [3] 1 Early life and expeditions 2 Disappearance 3 Personal life 4 See also 5 References 6 External links Early life and expeditions [ edit ] Born in Działoszyn , Poland . At the age of 12, together with his parents, he moved from Działoszyn to Częstochowa , where he later attended high school. While living in Częstochowa, he was addicted to heroin for several years. [ citati...

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dylan matthews on Twitter: "Me, to all of you… "

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Brent Watanabe : San Andreas Streaming Deer Cam, 2016;

top banner area logo area global horiz nav contact resume projects main content area individual project page content project page images video player without extra paragraphs of info Screen capture of prototype, showing two different modes of play. still images project page text 2015-16, studies for computer-controlled installation Modified version of Grand Theft Auto V Live site: sanandreasanimalcams.com Modification of GTA V that creates and follows a deer wandering through the fictional state of San Andreas. The deer character is autonomous and will wander and respond to it's surroundings, interacting with the existing GTA V artificial intelligence. The piece is presented as a live stream on sanandreasanimalcams.com. This project uses the Script Hook V library to interface with GTA V. More information on modifying Grand Theft Auto can be f...

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href.cool: Links of the 2010s

Eh, this is doomed - Waxy or Imperica should take a crack at this. The AV Club did a list of 'things'. I wanted to cover stuff that wasn't on there. A lot happened outside of celebrities, Twitter and momentary memes. (We all obviously love @electrolemon, "double rainbow", Key & Peele's Gremlins 2 Brainstorm , 10 hr vids, etc.) There is a master list of lists as well. Hope for this list - get u mad & u destroy me & u blog in 2020. 1 sbnation.com/a/17776-football (2017) Perhaps better known as: "17776" by John Bois. More than just a meme, more than an article, more than fiction - hell, this thing even spawned its own fanfic . For me, "17776" was an underappreciated advance in culture and technology. First, it used hypertext in an unprecedented way. (Though perhaps there is some Homestuck influence here?...

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20.0 mi Run Activity on July 21, 2019 by Quinlan P. on Strava

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The polygons of Another World

FABIEN SANGLARD'S WEBSITE ABOUT CONTACT-ME DONATE January 1, 2020 The polygons of Another World There is a playful way to study the architecture of computers of the past. Find a piece of software you know well and try to find out how it was ported to these machine you don't. A good choice would be DOOM. id Software's 1994 mega-hit has been ported to everything. It is designed around a core with no layering violations. It is usually easy to find and read the implementation of its six I/O sub-systems. An other choice would be Eric Chahi's 1991 critically acclaimed [1] " title "Another World", better known in North America as "Out Of This World" which also happens to be ubiquitous. I would argue it is in fact more interesting to study than DOOM because of its polygon based graphics which are suitable to wild optimizations. In some cases, clever tricks allowed Another Wor...

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A Platform for Living - Dwell

/2599224/article-leaderboard - 6133507356614242304 Sign In Dwell+ Stories Photos Videos Shop Sign In Try Dwell+ For Free Dwell+ Magazine Current Issue Exclusives Sourcebook Subscribe Homes Vacation Rentals Real Estate Add a Home Stories Prefab Home Tours Renovations Travel Design News Photos Kitchen Living Room Bath Outdoor Videos Shop Furniture Bath & Bed Lighting & Fans Shopping Guides Pros Try Dwell+ For Free View Photos Japanese Homes Add to Like Share By Jaime Gillin – April 7, 2011 Setsumasa and Mami Kobayashi’s weekend retreat, two and a half hours northwest of Tokyo, is “an arresting concept,” photographer Dean Kaufman says, who documented the singular refuge in the Chichibu mountain range. “It’s finely balanced between rustic camping and feeling like the Farnsworth House.” Designed by Shin Ohori of General Design Co., the structure—Setsumasa bristles at the word "house," since...

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Computer Optimized 3D Printed Bookshelves | Hackaday

Skip to content Hackaday Primary Menu Home Blog Hackaday.io Tindie Hackaday Prize Submit About December 30, 2019 #site-navigation #masthead 27 Comments by: Al Williams .entry-meta August 2, 2019 .entry-meta [Thomas] does a lot of interesting experiments with 3D printing and lately, he’s been using the free version of Fusion 360 to do topology optimization . He started with a blocky bookshelf bracket and let the software analyze the loads so it can remove pieces that don’t contribute a lot to the bracket’s strength. This uses less material, prints faster, and — [Thomas’] biggest goal — looks cool. If you know [Thomas] you know he didn’t just hope the brackets would be strong enough. He made prototypes and destroyed them in testing. Despite being printed in a poor orientation for strength, the models held a good bit of weight. It was a good thing he ...

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