[audio transcription: bird pushes through the door and begins laughing like a super-villain]
i’ve watched this 20 times now. each time is better than the last
It’s hard to imagine a more flexible and functional piece of furniture to spend a third of your life in than this one from Singapore, featuring an array of creature comforts and high-tech customizations.
USB ports and plugs tie into charging and speaker systems for lounging around with tunes and devices, while an optional massage chair can help relax the restless before sleep.
An array of benches and loungers lets users lay down or sit up in any number of positions, while a fold-out desk attachment allow for laptop use as well. Storage options include a linen-and-pillow trunk beneath the bottom-of-bed bench and a built-in safe for valuables, plus a bunch of shelves and cabinets.
Perhaps the best part: all of these features can be swapped out because the modules around the bed itself are not permanently fixed. Buyers can choose which ones they want to prioritize then surround themselves with choice luxuries accordingly.
At $500 to $1000 depending on options, materials and finishes, they are pretty reasonably priced, too, though be sure to check the measurements: they are designed for the Asian market and shorter individuals, so tall people may want to consider them inspiration rather than potential purchases.
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the primate enclosure will replicate the animals' natural habitat with a series of vertical elements at different heights that the monkeys can climb onto.
For you hunter/trackers, this is fresh rocketship spoor. (Great photo, Bill Ingalls!) (at Baikonur Cosmodrome)
Downloading and viewing satellite imagery is a bit of a process. There are lot of images, and pictures aren’t taken in the exact same spot (because they’re taken from a satellite). The Landsat Viewer makes the viewing a bit easier. Just click and drag the area, select the source, and you’re off. There may or may not be wizardry involved.
I can’t believe a humble security guard saved our planet from the aliens.
Source: @tedemmons @krotchy
the images emphasize the materiality and geometry of the building's spaces.
Picchio Ice Rink Vistors Centre by Klein Dytham Architecture,
Picchio Ice Rink Vistors Centre, opened in the summer of 2016, sits next to and KERA-IKE Ice Rink and is located in the foot hills of Mount Asama, an active volcano. This building is a clubhouse and skate-rental area during the winter and is the starting for a nature trail in the summer.
David Choe paints a quick portrait of Anthony Bourdain
Jungles have the coolest fungus.
Avanaut posted a photo:
I needed a new Lego Millennium Falcon and, without further ado, here it is. Ta-daa!
Not quite the new UCS model, granted, but it is my first Star Wars Lego MOC in, umm... close to 37 years, or so. That's gotta count for something. I once said I won't post any MOC's because I don't build and the Lego I shoot is straight from the box. But, you know, I couldn't resist.
I'm sure this design has been done, probably many times, you tell me, but I'm happy to say I came up with it myself. I took that disc from my AT-ST walker knee joint and started adding parts. I stopped adding when the brick count was seven. As I was pointed out, this would be a post-Jedi era Falcon because the antenna dish is missing. There is one dark grey part there that I would prefer light grey but I couldn't find one. I was so sure we had plenty. Oh well.
for christ’s sake, Trip
Smokin’ hot spaceship, just after banging back into planet Earth yesterday. (at Kazakhstan)
Relief at a Ptolemaeische temple, photography by Kees Scherer, 1968, in Egypt.