ALL guns should have this technology.
via David Pelaez
Si digo que esto es un vídeo de dos tipos arrastrándose por la hierba no creo que muchos de vosotros lo veáis. Sin embargo, recomiendo fervientemente que lo hagáis porque además estaré diciendo la verdad, pero, como siempre, la verdad tiene matices.
En este caso, la gente de Corridor Digital ha decidido grabar una especie de persecución haciendo parkour sin los peligros que éste entraña.
El único punto negativo del resultado es que es demasiado corto. O sea, que es un punto positivo.
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The Earth burps. Watch the shock wave make the camera blink.
people, people, people, can't we all just come together and agree on one unified technology? sheesh.
you know you’re heading home from a business trip when you’re sipping on your “would you like to make that a large for 2 dollars more” jumbo airport wine and realize you still have your unread hotel copy of USA Today in your bag from this morning.
i’ve been disconnected today, but find it disturbing that there was a school shooting and i’m only seeing one comment on it on my feed after several pages.
this is the new normal.
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“The moon appeared to take a bite out of the sun on Thursday (Oct. 23) in a partial solar eclipse that was visible to potentially millions of skywatchers across North America, weather permitting.” Excerpt from Partial Solar Eclipse Wows Skywatchers Across North America on Yahoo News.
Headlands Beach in Mentor, Ohio.
“The partial solar eclipse near maximum from Boulder, Colorado. The clouds helped obscure the sun and provided some interesting texture and color — not much processing done to the raw photo here. Note the sunspots visible next to the moon’s outline…” – Bill Bowman
Taken from the top of the Fort at Fort De Soto Park, St. Petersburg, Florida.
Near Portales, New Mexico.
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In this superbly edited new music video for Roy Kafri’s ‘Mayokero,’ famous album covers including photos of Madonna, the Beatles, Michael Jackson, and Bob Dylan seemingly come to life and begin singing. The project is a collaboration between Roy Kafri and artist Vania Heymann who wrote and directed.
Ah, what money can buy you...
OK, so the spider isn’t fixing the leaf, but that doesn’t make it any less amazing (and no, it’s not Photoshop). Paris-based photographer Bertrand Kulik stumbled onto this tiny spider who managed to construct its web inside a leaf with a giant hole and snapped these photos at just the right angle. (thnx, Alex!)