|I took this from the bank of the Thames river. The left frame is two inches higher than the horizon of the other panel, but I still think this is one of my best panoramas from England.|
Twitter and Time TravelWatch depthRADIUSTwitter and Time Travel by techgnotic
Twitter & Time Travel
time travellers by ThanosTsilis
What if we could find time travelers through a clever series of Twitter posts?
Robert J. Nemiroff and Teresa Wilson at Michigan Technological University’s Department of Physics constructed a unique experiment searching social networks for time travelers, combing Google and Twitter for “prescient” content that only a time traveler could post. We are fascinated by stories and ideas about the mysteries of time, so this is the kind of scientific research we love to read about.
In September 2013, they made a public pos
I Can Has All Your CharactersShareI Can Has All Your Characters by techgnotic
I Can Has All Your Characters
This artwork was painted by Mickeyby Ry-Spirit
Was the diecast with our discovery that chocolate and peanut butter “works” – that we need never separate one good thing from another?
Can we forever postpone growing up so long as we forever reserve first position to the Anaheim Mouse in defining our responses to all new entertainments?
Should our most audacious writers take up the gauntlets tossed by our artists and try to create alternative universe stories based on images of mashed up characters from favorite
Hack Your BrainWatch depthRADIUSHack Your Brain by techgnotic
Hack Your Brain
Brain Bulb by tiffrmc720
What if any creator could build a powerful and affordable brain-interface device at home?
Ateam of scientists have raised more than $215,000 on Kickstarter to build a simple Electroencephalography (EEG) device that anyone can use to help “unlock the mysteries of the human brain” by measuring electrical activity inside your head. These brain hackers have a radical vision for the future. The device includes a collection of wearable electrodes, an amplifier that measures the electrical activity in your brain and a built in “signal processing computer” that records the data to feed to your c
Paul Tobin, There and Back AgainPaul Tobin, There and Back Again by techgnotic
Most denizens of the West think of New Zealand as a little known outpost of civilization somewhere beyond Australia at the ends of the Earth.
Could any land be any farther from the European motherland, birthplace of the Renaissance that is the Genesis-point of the visual arts narrative we continue expanding and evolving today? And yet this remote country of islands in the Pacific has suddenly become a cinematic storytelling powerhouse, a film-friendly factory for the creation of some of the most important touchstone mass entertainment experiences to influence our popular culture in recent years.
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End of the Month Feature - Look Back 2013Hello Friends!
To see December's End of the Month Feature please check out the thumbnail below!
I am tragically late posting this Look Back (as I attempt to post them in January, after New Years, for a review of the previous year! So, without further ado, let us look back at the End of the Month Features from 2013!
1. January: Spirit Lost by CaptainFeatherhead
2. February: Conflict Part 1 - Beginning (Fight/Aftermath) by the-mind-of-kleinnak
3. March: Yule Ball by HarmoniousSilence
4. April: River at Sunset by AshHughes
5. May: Busy Bee by HarshiNagial
6. June: Why Not to Falsify Sunsets by adieuwinter
Building a Human - Chapter OneBuilding a Human
A Guide to Vinter: The Currency of Space Port and Ferum
One Hundred Vinter = 10,000 USD
Ten Vinter = 1,000 USD
One Vinter = 100 USD
Tenth Vinter = 10 USD
Hundredth Vinter = 1 USD
For values under 1 USD they use the US coins: Pennies, Nickles, Dimes and Quarters.
Chapter One: The Prophecy of a Man
The smell of alcohol and sweat barraged Andrew's nose. Andrew, however, was used to it and even grinned at the scent. Andrew took his favorite barstool in the smelly bar and waited as the waitress got him a beer. As the waitress gave him his drink, the man and woman beside Andrew looked at him and smiled. The man spoke to Andrew, "Well, well, Captain Andrew has returned with his ship the Nautilus from another successful slave trade trip 'ey?"
Andrew grinned at his friend, Hamadad, and replied, "Aye. And guess what?"
"What?" Rosalinde asked.
"I have now made ten thousand Vinter from the slave trade."
Hamadad clapped Andrew o
|I am the Founder of one group and Co-Founder of many. Many of the groups I am in give Point Prizes for the contest winners. In order to help out my fellows, and still be able to use points I bought for myself, I need a hand!|