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20 Dec 00:37

Wish you were here

19 Dec 18:25

(photo via hardysnomad)



(photo via hardysnomad)

19 Dec 21:30

Spotted in Woodstock, Vermont. (photo by moldycrackers)



Spotted in Woodstock, Vermont. (photo by moldycrackers)

19 Dec 22:00

(comic by cyanide&happiness)



(comic by cyanide&happiness)

19 Dec 18:25

Nature Landscapes by Dmitry Kupratsevich

by antonliberant

Dmitry Kupratsevich 650x433 Nature Landscapes by Dmitry Kupratsevich

Dmitry Kupratsevich is a talented amateur photographer based in Moscow, Russia, who was born in 1985. Dmitry shoot amazing landscape, travel and nature photography.

Dmitry Kupratsevich2 650x433 Nature Landscapes by Dmitry Kupratsevich

Dmitry Kupratsevich3 650x433 Nature Landscapes by Dmitry Kupratsevich

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19 Dec 19:28

A 3D Ship Projected onto Curtains of Water at the Amsterdam Light Festival by visualSKIN

by Christopher Jobson

A 3D Ship Projected onto Curtains of Water at the Amsterdam Light Festival by visualSKIN projection light installation boats Amsterdam
Photo © Janus van den Eijnden

A 3D Ship Projected onto Curtains of Water at the Amsterdam Light Festival by visualSKIN projection light installation boats Amsterdam
Photo © Janus van den Eijnden

A 3D Ship Projected onto Curtains of Water at the Amsterdam Light Festival by visualSKIN projection light installation boats Amsterdam
Photo © Janus van den Eijnden

A 3D Ship Projected onto Curtains of Water at the Amsterdam Light Festival by visualSKIN projection light installation boats Amsterdam
Photo © Janus van den Eijnden

A 3D Ship Projected onto Curtains of Water at the Amsterdam Light Festival by visualSKIN projection light installation boats Amsterdam
Photo © Janus van den Eijnden

A 3D Ship Projected onto Curtains of Water at the Amsterdam Light Festival by visualSKIN projection light installation boats Amsterdam
Photo © Janus van den Eijnden

Romania-based architecture collective visualSKIN arrived at the Amsterdam Light Festival with a splash this year, installing a three-dimensional projection of a 17-century ship against a backdrop of water. Titled ‘Ghost Ship,‘ the installation makes use of two intersecting images projected onto perpendicular curtains of water that can be viewed from multiple angles. The piece is in reference to a Dutch East India Company ship, The Amsterdam, that was wrecked in a storm during its maiden voyage to Batavia in 1749.

In a fortunate coincidence, and unbeknownst to visualSKIN beforehand, Ghost Ship also rests on the former site of a large water fountain designed by sculptor Albert P. Termote that was removed more than a decade ago. You can see more views of the installation right here. (via Designboom)

19 Dec 20:15

stunningpicture: Its not a model. Actual image of floodwaters...



stunningpicture:

Its not a model. Actual image of floodwaters in the village of Jeram Perdas, Malaysia.

19 Dec 00:38

megustamemes: FBI’s priorities.



megustamemes:

FBI’s priorities.

19 Dec 01:23

Take a piece of my world

19 Dec 01:21

ablacknation: This is so powerful.



ablacknation:

This is so powerful.

19 Dec 06:27

(photo via thedrck)

David Pelaez

Is that you, Canada?



(photo via thedrck)

18 Dec 15:03

damnfunnylol: We all know this is true



damnfunnylol:

We all know this is true

18 Dec 20:05

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18 Dec 02:45

Video: Elephant Breaks Sprinkler to Make Her Own Fountain

18 Dec 10:07

When the end-client cancels a big, complicated job, after days spent meticulously planning

image

Sincerely,

The PM Avenger

18 Dec 12:52

When another PM books my favourite freelancer for a big job

image

Sincerely,

The PM Avenger

17 Dec 11:52

Using baseball bats to display data

by Nathan Yau

Big Bats

When a baseball player is hitting well, commentators will sometimes say that it looks like he's hitting with a bigger bat out there. The ACME Catalog, a creative technology studio, took the phrase to a more literal sense. They used baseball bats to represent on-base plus slugging (OPS), "the ability of a player both to get on base and to hit for power," for standout players during the regular season versus the World Series.

The standard baseball bat is about two and a half inches in diameter, which was used to represent the league average OPS. With a quick calculation, find how much greater a player's OPS is compared to the league average, and then translate that to bat size. My one concern is that they scaled by diameter rather than circumference (or volume), so when you look at a bat from the top or at an angle, a player's bat perhaps looks a bit bigger than it should.

But if you look at it profile — the actual hitting area — then it's like you're dealing with a two-dimensional rectangle. So in that case, it might be okay. I'm not sure. I do know that I like the idea, and bonus points for making actual bats.

More on the process in the video below.

[via @blprnt]

Tags: baseball, physical, sports

17 Dec 22:30

(comic by John McNamee)



(comic by John McNamee)

17 Dec 23:34

Weird Al Yankovic's Mysterious Floating Orb

16 Dec 19:32

beautifulpicturesofhealthyfood: Zucchini Orzo Stuffed...









beautifulpicturesofhealthyfood:

Zucchini Orzo Stuffed Peppers…RECIPE

INGREDIENTS

1 pound Italian turkey sausage1 medium zucchini, diced

1 medium onion, diced

1 clove garlic, minced

Salt and pepper

1 large tomato, diced

1/2 cup orzo, cooked

1 jar of tomato sauce

5-6 peppers, tops cut off and seeds removed

1 cup mozzarella cheese, shredded

16 Dec 19:55

fer1972: Doouble Exposure Artworks by Davies Babies











fer1972:

Doouble Exposure Artworks by Davies Babies

17 Dec 20:01

iamnomes: RUST HANDIN’ IT 2 U



iamnomes:

RUST HANDIN’ IT 2 U

17 Dec 07:57

myfighterplanes: Fitting a C-130 into a C-5 :D



myfighterplanes:

Fitting a C-130 into a C-5 :D

17 Dec 09:01

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16 Dec 23:30

Video: 13 Dogs and 1 Cat Enjoy a Huge Holiday Feast

16 Dec 16:30

Photo



16 Dec 21:42

Photo



16 Dec 15:09

R1-08456-0033

by joshsoskin

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16 Dec 17:47

untitled (aggregated)2014WWW.MDORF.COM



untitled (aggregated)
2014

WWW.MDORF.COM

16 Dec 08:12

Ho Ho Ho

by Doug

Ho Ho Ho

Here’s more Santa Claus.