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26 Aug 08:00

Photographer Creates Time Lapses of Landmarks in Single Photos

by Katharine Trendacosta

Photographer Creates Time Lapses of Landmarks in Single Photos

Photographer Richard Silver's photo series Time Slice captures all the beauty of a time lapse video in a single image. From left to right, you can see a ;andmark go from morning light to evening dark.


27 Aug 06:00

With This Library Cake, You Can Literally Eat Yourself Some Knowledge

by Katharine Trendacosta

With This Library Cake, You Can Literally Eat Yourself Some Knowledge

Once again, we find a cake that I love too much to eat. On the other hand, does eating cake versions of books make you smarter? Because that sounds like a learning avenue that we should be exploring.


27 Aug 18:43

Pure Joy: Watch Guardians of the Galaxy Actors Reenact the Groot Dance

by Rob Bricken

I defy you to watch Guardians of the Galaxy's Dave Batista (Drax the Destroyer) and Michael Rooker (Yondu) perform the movie's beloved post-credits scene — with Michael Rooker in a metal tub as Baby Groot — at Wizard World Chicago last weekend and not smile. It's simply not possible.


29 Aug 21:30

Be Good To Each Other, Folks. Because This Could Happen.

by Lauren Davis

In theory, you may know that it's important to treat your friends with understanding and respect, but this comic by Nate Swinehart reveals the "real" reason why you should play nice with others—and it's pretty darn funny.


02 Sep 15:00

Evil bear dream

by toni

evil bear dream

27 Aug 21:25

Otter sits and eats at the table like a proper little gentleman

by Xeni Jardin

Translated from the Japanese intro: "To eat and lie it always, since had to eat the bait to stand on a chair well behaved unusually, I took the video (^ ^), but I started to eat it lying down ride on the table as usual after all was I have, ha-ha σ ( ^ _ ^);" Video Link.

29 Aug 06:45


by Greg Ross

“All religions promise a reward beyond life, in eternity, for excellences of the will or heart, but none for excellences of the head or understanding.” — Schopenhauer

“So far as I can remember, there is not one word in the Gospels in praise of intelligence.” — Bertrand Russell

“The total absence of humor from the Bible is one of the most singular things in all literature.” — Alfred North Whitehead

28 Aug 19:59

Hark, A Vagrant: Ida B Wells

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Ida! If she's not your hero, she should be. She's mine.

I gave an interview for the Appendix Journal, and cited her as a figure I'd like to make a comic about, but found it a hard thing, so that it never happened. The reason is easy - if you read about the things Ida Wells fought against, you won't laugh. You'll cry, I guarantee. And I thought, well I can't touch that woman with my dumb internet jokes, she's serious business. And she is.

But then, people use my comics as a launching device to learn history, and I would hope that part of what I do is to celebrate history, not just poke fun at the easy targets.

Anyway, I first saw a picture of Ida B. Wells at the Chicago History Museum. She was protesting the lack of African American representation at the Chicago World's Fair. And I am not sure what it was, but the image stuck with me. You could feel a power in the presence of the lady with the pamphlets. I found out later that she was also handing out information on the terrible truths of lynching in America, a crusade that she is best known for, and rightly so. Her writing on the topic is readily available on the internet, and if you read it, well you'll spend a good deal of time wondering at the terribleness of humanity, but you'll also note that she knew how to handle a volatile topic like that with an audience who didn't want to hear it. But, Ida fought against injustice wherever she saw it. You'll be happy to know, that at the 1913 Suffragist Parade in Washington, she was told to go to the back, but joined in the middle anyway.

I'll leave you with this, a review of Paula J. Giddings' Ida: A Sword Among Lions, from the Washington Post. Go forth, marvel at this woman, who was the best. Did I mention she was one of the first women in the country to keep her name when she married? A founding member of the NAACP? Ida! Just pioneer everything.
27 Aug 03:23

Derpy dragon

by toni

derp dragon for blog


The cuteness continues on stuff you can own!

19 Aug 19:02

Driving all night.

by Jessica Hagy


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12 Aug 05:00

#1053; The Star So Softly Said Hello

by David Malki

13 Aug 01:23

alert wolf

by toni

alert wolf

12 Aug 19:02

Dancing Groot Is Real! And He Dances!

by Meredith Woerner

Dancing Groot Is Real! And He Dances!

Ever since the premiere of Guardians of the Galaxy, we've been yearning to buy a dancing Groot figure. Now we're one (very small) step closer to having a little Groot of our own.


08 Aug 22:01

50 Shades of Ray. Photograph by Eduardo Lopez Negrete

50 Shades of Ray. Photograph by Eduardo Lopez Negrete

04 Aug 04:00

August 04, 2014

03 Aug 00:00


New Cyanide and Happiness Comic.
21 Jul 12:39

thecarefree-art: procrastination = hijabi babe power Also...


procrastination = hijabi babe power

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31 Jul 06:00

Intricate Cityscapes Made of Food

by Katharine Trendacosta

Intricate Cityscapes Made of Food

Commissioned by [via My Modern Met] created these intricate works depicting eastern European cities.


01 Aug 20:40

This Baby Armadillo Is Improbably Adorable

by Robert T. Gonzalez

This Baby Armadillo Is Improbably Adorable

Armadillos: They can give you leprosy, but they can also MELT YOUR HEART.


31 Jul 14:29

Fairy blobmother

by toni

fairy blob mother

21 Jul 23:33

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21 Jul 05:26

this isn't happiness™ Peteski

by turn
16 Jul 14:36

Celebrate Apollo 11 history by watching Buzz Aldrin punch this jerk in the face

by Xeni Jardin

buzz portrait

The Saturn V blastoff video below is space nostalgia bliss, but nothing does it for me like this video of American hero Buzz Aldrin punching conspiracy theorist Bart Sibrel in the face. Read the rest

16 Jul 17:11

Largest slice of the moon on Earth

by David Pescovitz

In celebration of today's Apollo 11 launch anniversary, BB pal and space enthusiast Steve Jurvetson shares this photo of the largest slice of the moon on Earth, on display in his office, and other Apollo 11 images, artifacts, and memories. Read the rest

17 Jul 02:04

The truth behind Pac-Man

15 Jul 05:00

#1046; A Soft Definition of Hacking

by David Malki

finding yourself in possession of both a series of unbagged bagels AND a stack of old CD spindles is a sign that matters may have progressed beyond the power of a 'hack' to solve

14 Jul 18:45

Lots of Little Girls Say They Want to Be Princesses; This Dad Took Action

Lots of Little Girls Say They Want to Be Princesses; This Dad Took Action

Jeremiah Heaton's 7-year-old daughter Emily expressed interest in being a real princess. While most dads would explain how the world actually works, Heaton found 800 square miles of disputed land in Africa, planted a flag, and "claimed" it. Emily now wears a crown and is called "Princess Emily".
There are no words.

(h/t HuffPo.)

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12 Jul 00:30

A Surprisingly Poignant Short Comic Set In A Side-Scrolling Video Game

by Lauren Davis

What happens when a video game character can't move either forward or backward in a side-scrolling game? This comic reveals the answer—and just might make you cry.


07 Jul 02:19

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03 Jul 21:43

House sparrow

House sparrow