1. (Source: ceresmon)


    >neurommancer



  2. (Source: xfilesdotexe)


    >ms-dos5


  3. >i-justreally-like-cats-okay

  4. dapperalbinobudgie:

    instagrarn:

    goodnight moon. goodnight Milky Way. goodnight Ursa Major (UMa I dSph). goodnight 24IC 1613 (UGC 662.350[8].

    goodnight nerd


    >kaeliedaysinmay



  5. (Source: nokkasili)


    >femputations

  6. see-plus-plus:

Got my coffee this morning

ok so screw you guys this is my funniest joke to date. it appears on my dash at random times and it still makes me chuckle to myself


    see-plus-plus:

    Got my coffee this morning

    ok so screw you guys this is my funniest joke to date. it appears on my dash at random times and it still makes me chuckle to myself


    >see-plus-plus


  7. >carlburton



  8. (Source: waneella)


    >wizardries


  9. >30000fps


  10. >femputations


  11. >corporation-cats



  12. (Source: vhslogos)


    >jpgwave

  13. skunkbear:

    A huge comet almost hit Mars … and then missed. It passed just 87,000 miles from the martian surface. That might seem far away, but remember our moon is about 240,000 miles from Earth’s surface. 

    As astronomer Phil Plait, who writes the Bad Astronomy blog for Slate, notes:

    The NASA comet page says the coma (the big fuzzy cloud of gas surrounding the solid nucleus of the comet) is about 20,000 km across. At closest approach, that means that if you were standing on Mars, the comet would appear to be over 8° across! That means that if you have a big hand, you could just barely block it with your upraised fist.

    Again — our Moon appears only about 0.5°. This was huge.

    And human probes orbiting mars had a front row seat. They recorded the comet’s approach, and then quickly swung around behind Mars to avoid potentially harmful debris in the comet’s tail. The data from their close encounter will be trickling in over the next couple weeks.


    >skunkbear

  14. prostheticknowledge:

    Material Design Icons

    Google have open-sourced a collection of interface icons which are part of their products and services:

    Today, Google Design are open-sourcing 750 glyphs as part of the Material Design system icons pack. The system icons contain icons commonly used across different apps, such as icons used for media playback, communication, content editing, connectivity, and so on. They’re equally useful when building for the web, Android or iOS.

    Should be useful for designers and developers (and probably abused by net artists).

    More Here

    nice!


    >prostheticknowledge

  15. wizardries:

Thaw by robotriot


    wizardries:

    Thaw by robotriot


    >wizardries