June 16th, 2012

This is a bit of the topic of Black and White, but it was worth, breaking off to show this tribute to the 25th anniversary of the GIF.

June 13th, 2012
Leaf, what else could it be?

Leaf, what else could it be?

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littlebigdetails:

Mail - When selecting multiple messages the number of envelopes increases from a couple to many depending on the amount selected.
/via David

littlebigdetails:

Mail - When selecting multiple messages the number of envelopes increases from a couple to many depending on the amount selected.

/via David

Stunning

Stunning

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wildcat2030:

Reductionist biology—examining individual brain parts, neural circuits and molecules—has brought us a long way, but it alone cannot explain the workings of the human brain, an information processor within our skull that is perhaps unparalleled anywhere in the universe. We must construct as well as reduce and build as well as dissect. To do that, we need a new paradigm that combines both analysis and synthesis. The father of reductionism, French philosopher René Descartes, wrote about the need to investigate the parts and then reassemble them to re-create the whole. (via A Countdown to a Digital Simulation of Every Last Neuron in the Human Brain: Scientific American)

wildcat2030:

Reductionist biology—examining individual brain parts, neural circuits and molecules—has brought us a long way, but it alone cannot explain the workings of the human brain, an information processor within our skull that is perhaps unparalleled anywhere in the universe. We must construct as well as reduce and build as well as dissect. To do that, we need a new paradigm that combines both analysis and synthesis. The father of reductionism, French philosopher René Descartes, wrote about the need to investigate the parts and then reassemble them to re-create the whole. (via A Countdown to a Digital Simulation of Every Last Neuron in the Human Brain: Scientific American)

This seems to sum up everything…

This seems to sum up everything…

(Source: rigorosamente, via platinumb0nes)

June 11th, 2012

Stunning Picture

(Source: thedailyfeed)

I firmly believe that any man’s finest hour, the greatest fulfillment of all that he holds dear, is that moment when he has followed a good cause and lies exhausted on the field of battle - victorious.
William Chanter 2012
June 4th, 2012

This came yesterday, it is awesome and great fun. Just setting up a SSH link between my computer and the Raspberry Pi. Great Fun!

Art is like a tree. A tree will grow and develop like art grows and develops in to a stunning art piece, then once in a while it will be trimmed and cut, like art will occasionally lose it’s sparkle. Then eventually the tree will die and the art work will fade and only a shell of the original will be left.
William Chanter 2012