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22 Jul 00:50

An Idea

by Reza

20 Jul 15:06

A Mega”Bite” of Storage!

by Sarang Sheth

Don’t worry, these animals won’t bite! Well, actually, they will… but that’s why they’re so incredibly useful. AniBite turns nature’s fiercest predators into adorably innovative multi-purpose clips that grip and hold everything from stationery, to EDC, to toiletries.

Designed to replace hooks, hangers, and stands with something more quirky and characteristic, AniBite’s series of one-touch clips can be placed anywhere and can hold pretty much anything. Made in three variants, a bear, a leopard, and a wolf (or as I call it, direwolf), the AniBite can hold up to 300 grams (almost 9 times its weight). Just lift the head back and place your item between the jaws before pushing the head down again. AniBites can hold your toothbrush (in both vertical and horizontal ways), razor, or even stationery on your desk. Use it as an innovative spectacle-holder beside your bed, or even for your keys right near the door… or push your creative limits and have these animals manage your cables for you!

The AniBite is made from sanitary and non-toxic plastics like PETG and PCTG, and comes with a PU Gel adhesion surface on the back that can attach to pretty much any flat (or even mildly textured) surface without leaving any marks. When the adhesion goes weak, all you have to do is clean the back with water and it’s good as new! The design is practical and child-friendly with blunted teeth that won’t pierce or poke.

Ideal for the nature lover as well as the design lover, these little multi-purpose hang-clips are utilitarian, eye-catching, and go right into our hall of quirky fame! Why hang real animal heads on your wall when you could have these functional, adorable miniatures instead?

Designer: Xivestory

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09 Jul 18:04

Comic for 2017.05.08

New Cyanide and Happiness Comic
29 Jun 05:17

Existence Proof

Real analysis is way realer than I expected.
25 Jun 20:27

Pictures of dinosaurs, by a flower-drawing algorithm

by Cory Doctorow

Chris Rodley fed some pictures of dinosaurs to a "style transfer" machine-learning system that had been trained to draw flowers, and this was the gorgeous result. (via Kottke)

25 May 04:22

Wondermark on inheritance (and a great last panel metaphor)

by naunihal

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23 May 06:12

Lunch Order

GO FOR LUNCH, REPEAT, GO FOR LUNCH.
22 May 04:44

Raptor Mom Comics

by Coelasquid

Too much time participating in mother’s day activities to draw a good mother’s day comic hahaha

15 May 01:50

Bury Ourselves

by Reza

15 May 01:49

Naive Dramatic

by Reza

15 May 01:37

Squirrel of Encouragement

by Reza

30 Apr 03:03

Immigrant Doctors

by Alex Tabarrok

One percent of all the physicians in the United States come from the six countries targeted in Donald Trump’s new Executive Order. I found that a surprisingly high number. According to the Immigrant Doctors Project, those 7000 physicians provide 14 million doctors’ appointments each year and many of them are located in the poorer, whiter, and rural parts of the country.

I don’t see this as a knockdown argument against the policy but it does illustrate a surprising cost and also how much the United States benefits from the immigration of the highly-skilled and educated.

The post Immigrant Doctors appeared first on Marginal REVOLUTION.

09 Apr 15:11

Just Let This Little Girl's Wonder Woman Invisible Jet Costume Win Every Contest

by Beth Elderkin

When cosplayers conjure up Wonder Woman’s invisible jet, they’ll usually tell you to just use your imagination. But one little girl, with the help of her professional balloonist father, brought the make-believe plane to life.

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03 Apr 04:31

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Giant tarantulas keep tiny frogs as pets. Insects will eat the burrowing tarantulas’ eggs - so the spiders protect the frogs from predators, and in return the frogs eat the insects. Source

This has blown my mind for years. It’s so unreal. It’s almost the same exact reason humans and cats started living together.

Tiny frogs are tarantula housecats. A science fact seldom gets to sound that much like meaningless word salad.

This is legit, guys. And I’m excited about it.

Someone needs to draw a tarantula person with a tiny pet housefrog now. Please let this be a thing.

How is this?

This entire post is magic.  And that is so cool how the Tarantula will protect the frog.  :3

03 Apr 04:09

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you can take one man’s trash to another man’s treasure but you can’t make it drink

Fun fact: the blending of idioms or cliches is called a malaphor.

My personal favorite is “We’ll burn that bridge when we get to it.”

I’m rather fond of “It’s not rocket surgery” and “not the sharpest egg in the attic,” but my all-time favourite is, “…until the cows freeze over.”

You’ve opened this can of worms, now lie in it,

03 Apr 04:09

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i woke up at 6 this morning, wrote ‘malware is like vampires’ on my notes page, then went back to sleep.

@me: what the fuck

OH MY GOD BECAUSE YOU HAVE TO INVITE IT IN. YOU HAVE TO CLICK ON THE MALWARE TO LET IT TAKE OVER YOUR COMPUTER

You Wouldn’t Download A Vampire

03 Apr 03:56

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Mad Max Fury Road is the best because it screams in your face “HEY LOOK HERE’S A V8 INTERCEPTOR AND A MASSIVE FUCKING TRUCK COVERED IN SKULLS AND A GUITAR FLAMETHROWER AND BIG ACTION SEQUENCES AND EXPLOSIONS, ISN’T THAT COOL??????” and then it gently takes your shoulder and whispers in your ear “but you know what’s cooler? respecting women & dismantling the patriarchy”

22 Feb 03:04

Guerrilla Guidance: DIY Street Signs Make Urban Life More Interesting

by SA Rogers
[ By SA Rogers in Art & Street Art & Graffiti. ]

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You’re hurrying along the sidewalk on the way to work, running late and not in the greatest mood, when you see a sign in the adjacent field that simply reads “PLEASE WAIT HERE, YOUR FUTURE SELF WILL MEET YOU SHORTLY.” How does that affect your day? Little moments like these can bring some much-needed levity to the world around us, especially in dark times.

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Impeccably produced, often enticing you to push a button or take a card, these guerrilla installations look pretty legit until you stop to read what they say. They’re easy to miss, if you’re hustling too quickly and tuning out your surroundings – but if you take a moment to notice them, they might just make you smile.

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Artist Michael Pederson (aka Miguel Marquez Outside) creates these little interventions and puts them up all over his home city. Sometimes they’re site-specific, referring to things that can be found in the local environment, like a hole in the curb or a sidewalk that ends abruptly.

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The personal space cards would actually be pretty handy, and who wouldn’t be tempted by a time travel pay phone? Check out more of Pederson’s work at his tumblr and Instagram.

Surprise! 20 Subversive Works of Urban Guerrilla Street Art

It’s all too easy to get stuck in a routine, walking through the city on autopilot without even noticing what’s around you. Urban guerrilla street artists seek to shake things up, force you ...

The World is Watching: Urban Intervention Goes Ocular

How much more welcoming would a city environment seem if it were filled with friendly creatures? German artist Timm Schneider is filling Weisbaden with very strange beings that are not only ...

Playful in Paris: Life-Sized Interactive Street Art

Everyday objects and imperfections in the urban surfaces of Paris become part of strange and unexpected scenes as French artist Levalet incorporates them into life-sized street art. A bull head ...

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[ By SA Rogers in Art & Street Art & Graffiti. ]

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22 Feb 02:50

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22 Feb 02:49

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22 Feb 02:47

02/15/2017

by Jennie Breeden
22 Feb 01:44

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(Also, this means he can honestly say “I never said that” when people he doesn’t like fill in his blanks with the nasty things to which he’s alluding.)

14 Feb 02:32

off-hand drawings for my kid

by Toni Johnson

So, the little one’s 5 months now (!) and loves the white boards. Since she’s a little too small for drawing (she just wants to eat markers, not draw with them), I’ve been doodling for her with my non-dominant hand (I’m holding her with my left). They’re super goofy. 🙂

First up, a triceratops with a busted nose horn.

Next, a plethora of purple pigs.

And I took over my husband’s board to make something with each dry erase marker color we own. He added an Allosaurus who looks to be having none of this nonsense.

14 Feb 02:11

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14 Feb 01:44

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05 Feb 21:06

Like a Mountain

by Reza

05 Feb 20:03

Quantify Me a River

sleep is dumb

TELL THE TRUTH. Are facts real?

17 Jan 02:10

Artifacts

I didn't even realize you could HAVE a data set made up entirely of outliers.
17 Jan 01:55

WHEN THE ILS REPORTS FUNCTION KEEPS RETURNING ERRORS AND I CAN’T FIGURE OUT WHY

10 Jan 05:37

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Part of the New Internet Grammar: using question marks not to denote questions, but upturns in voice, so that a tentative statement gets a question mark but a flatly delivered question doesn’t.

why would you do this

It just seems right?