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spookychan:

kadrey:

The 4 Essential Elements You Need For A Good Story

Need more Basil in my books it seems!!!

spookychan:

kadrey:

The 4 Essential Elements You Need For A Good Story

Need more Basil in my books it seems!!!

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the-theme-is:

Artist: Pink Floyd
Track: Poles Apart
Album: The Division Bell
Year: 1994
Theme: Separation

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Rudi Hurzlmeier - Krahe

Rudi Hurzlmeier - Krahe

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tepecoatl:

Bokermannohyla oxente

tepecoatl:

Bokermannohyla oxente

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pawspaintsnthings:

I saw How to Train Your Dragon 2 this weekend. OMG. IT WAS SO CUTE. AND PRETTY.  Just give me all the “boy and his dragon” things.

pawspaintsnthings:

I saw How to Train Your Dragon 2 this weekend. OMG. IT WAS SO CUTE. AND PRETTY.  Just give me all the “boy and his dragon” things.

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prostheticknowledge:

Six Monkeys

Design project from Brendan Dawes is a collection of six physical objects that explore our relationship to email:

Six Monkeys … explores our interactions with email through physical Internet connected objects.

Email is often thought of with negative connotations; overflowing inboxes, strategies on how to get to inbox zero, dealing with the constant barrage of spam whilst each week seemingly giving raise to a new start-up that will promise to tame the evils of email.

There is however another side. Email is a ubiquitous, easy to understand system, working across any platform that can deliver not just the unwanted and the unloved but often the exact opposite; messages from friends, exciting opportunities, memories of trips taken and a million other things. It may not be perfect, but what is? It’s flawed yet it’s also beautiful.

Six Monkeys is a series of six connected objects that look at how we might change our relationship to email by changing the surrounding context of how we interact with it. By placing email within our everyday physical spaces it may get us to look at the familiarity of email in a new light; we may even learn to love it again.

Each object is named after a famous Chimpanzee used in linguistic research.

More can be found at the project website here

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goodinthestacks:

metinseven:

Orbitals.

staring at this forever

goodinthestacks:

metinseven:

Orbitals.

staring at this forever

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victoriousvocabulary:

HYETAL

[adjective]

of or pertaining to rain or rainfall.

Etymology: from Greek huetos, “rain”.

[Gregory Thielker]