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Twin Peaks - OST Bootleg Cassette, Made In Poland, Early 90s.
glad to see in the fight against gender this person suggests saying “Why hello there, pussy or cock?” to anyone they meet in california. this is definitely socially acceptable and the reality that americans must fight for. thank you brave twitter user for defending the traditional, well-known, reasonable values of saying “pussy” and “cock” to complete strangers so that they know you will not climb into their silly playground of bullshit. nothing could show me and them faster that you possess a rational mind
Lioconcha Hieroglyphica is officially my favorite mollusc
This clam has fuckin runes on it
Me: [decodes the clam glyphs]
Clam glyphs: if you read this your gay
Me: oh fuck!
Roy Lichtenstein - Cigarette n.1
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Michel de Broin, Anxious Stability, 1997 (The form is cornered against the ceiling of the gallery by means of a hydraulic jack.)
rest in peace stephen hawking (1942-2018)
Latifa Echakhch (Moroccan / French, b.1974)
Tambour 25 - 2012
To the Memory of Stephen Hawking (8 January 1942 – 14 March 2018)
Yesterday’s Abstrakshun post seems to me a fitting way to commemorate a person whose wit almost managed to outshine his intelligence. A true star in every (singular) sense.
One of the stranger parts of The Museum of Anything Goes, a 1995 CD-ROM full of peculiar footage and voice clips. Clicking on the grave results in footage of what appears to be an actual corpse.
“It wouldn’t be legal to marry.” Peter Poulton illustration from Startling Stories (November 1952).
Project from Google Creative Lab is an open source physical interface for their NSynth project, which generates news sounds using Machine Learning to understand them:
Building upon past research in this field, Magenta created NSynth (Neural Synthesizer). It’s a machine learning algorithm that uses a deep neural network to learn the characteristics of sounds, and then create a completely new sound based on these characteristics.
Rather than combining or blending the sounds, NSynth synthesizes an entirely new sound using the acoustic qualities of the original sounds—so you could get a sound that’s part flute and part sitar all at once.
Since the release of NSynth, Magenta have continued to experiment with different musical interfaces and tools to make the output of the NSynth algorithm more easily accessible and playable.
Using NSynth Super, musicians have the ability to explore more than 100,000 sounds generated with the NSynth algorithm.
Exploring virtual reality at NASA’s Ames Research Center, 1989.
alien bussy fingering simulator 2019
this is the top result when i google my url
Screens from The Museum of Anything Goes, a 1995 CD-ROM.
Ling Liu photographed by Christine Hahn for Tush Magazine
Stylist: Nick Nelson