Bourj Al Shamali birdcages

Bourj Al Shamali birdcages

A gravestone with a ‘QR code’, which can be scanned to upload data about the deceased

Virtual mortality: what happens to our online selves when we die?

A gravestone with a ‘QR code’, which can be scanned to upload data about the deceased

A Martian basin called Aram Chaos | NASA/JPL-Caltech/Arizona State U | via Scientific American

A Martian basin called Aram Chaos | NASA/JPL-Caltech/Arizona State U | via Scientific American

Turning Live Surveillance Feeds Into Unsettling Works of Art | Belgian artist Dries Depoorter's "Jaywalking" installation automatically catches jaywalkers in webcam footage and gives users the choice to report them to the police. | Credit: Dries Depoorter | From Wired.com

Turning Live Surveillance Feeds Into Unsettling Works of Art

Turning Live Surveillance Feeds Into Unsettling Works of Art | Belgian artist Dries Depoorter's "Jaywalking" installation automatically catches jaywalkers in webcam footage and gives users the choice to report them to the police. | Credit: Dries Depoorter | From Wired.com

regram @delartmuseum We are joining @nyamhistory in #colorourcollections with a lovely illustration from The Story of the Champions of the Round Table written and illustrated by Howard Pyle.  To download an image to color go to http://twitter.com/delartmuseum.  #rarebooks #specialcollections #coloring #adultcoloringbook #howardpyle #librariesofinstagram by brandywinetreasuretrail

regram @delartmuseum We are joining @nyamhistory in #colorourcollections with a lovely illustration from The Story of the Champions of the Round Table written and illustrated by Howard Pyle. To download an image to color go to http://twitter.com/delartmuseum. #rarebooks #specialcollections #coloring #adultcoloringbook #howardpyle #librariesofinstagram by brandywinetreasuretrail

The Point of No Return: Climate Change Nightmares Are Already Here. The worst predicted impacts of climate change are starting to happen — and much faster than climate scientists expected. Rolling Stones

The Point of No Return: Climate Change Nightmares Are Here

The Point of No Return: Climate Change Nightmares Are Already Here. The worst predicted impacts of climate change are starting to happen — and much faster than climate scientists expected. Rolling Stones

Why Facts Don't Change Our Minds (via The New Yorker) (27 February 2017) "The vaunted human capacity for reason may have more to do with winning arguments than with thinking straight."

Why Facts Don’t Change Our Minds

Why Facts Don't Change Our Minds (via The New Yorker) (27 February 2017) "The vaunted human capacity for reason may have more to do with winning arguments than with thinking straight."

Stanford Opens Massive Digital Map Archive to Public | Forum | Forum | KQED

Stanford Opens Massive Digital Map Archive to Public | Forum | Forum | KQED

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