February 25, 2014

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February 24, 2014

2headedsnake:

Fong Qi Wei

'Time is a Dimension' series, 2013

(Source: fqwimages.com, via wilwheaton)

February 23, 2014

kateoplis:

ObviousState

(via wilwheaton)

January 26, 2014

jtotheizzoe:

spacetravelco:

Geographical and astronomical illustrations from the mid-1800s

by John Philipps Emslie

(several via the Wellcome Collection)

Imagination makes a hell of a scientific tool.

(via 19th-century-eyes)

January 19, 2014

(Source: mattsgifs, via verolynne)

November 21, 2013
adoribus:

Dreaming of lasagna

adoribus:

Dreaming of lasagna

(Source: whatapileofkite, via derpycats)

November 12, 2013
artemesia-violette:

Lavender Doors, Dijon, France

artemesia-violette:

Lavender Doors, Dijon, France

(via iheartnouveau)

November 10, 2013
miniaturebooks:

Miniature Bookbinding Tools by typesticker on Flickr.

miniaturebooks:

Miniature Bookbinding Tools by typesticker on Flickr.

October 29, 2013

teamartblogs:

Annyong! You asked for it and it’s finally here

ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT - a Colouring Book

NOW AVAILABLE ON 

www.teamart.ca

(via thebluthcompany)

October 15, 2013
engineeringhistory:

Happy Ada Lovelace Day, Lovelace was daughter of poet Lord Byron, at age 18, she heard a lecture by Charles Babbage, an English mathematician who had recently developed the idea for a mechanical calculator that he called the Difference Engine. Lovelace built a professional relationship with Babbage and developed an algorithm for the Difference Engine to calculate Bernoulli numbers, a feat that has earned her the title of the first computer programmer.

engineeringhistory:

Happy Ada Lovelace Day, Lovelace was daughter of poet Lord Byron, at age 18, she heard a lecture by Charles Babbage, an English mathematician who had recently developed the idea for a mechanical calculator that he called the Difference Engine. Lovelace built a professional relationship with Babbage and developed an algorithm for the Difference Engine to calculate Bernoulli numbers, a feat that has earned her the title of the first computer programmer.

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