futurescope:

The Colbert Report - Elon Musk Interview

Musk is my new Jobs.

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fastcompany:

This Guy Popping An Epic Wheelie Wins Our Hearts At The Tour de France

fastcompany:

This Guy Popping An Epic Wheelie Wins Our Hearts At The Tour de France

babalou71:

Suspended Animation

babalou71:

Suspended Animation

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nevver:

The New Yorker

nevver:

The New Yorker

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aquaticwonder:

Solitary

aquaticwonder:

Solitary

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supersonicart:

Robert Bowen’s “Blasphemous Nature.”

Robert Bowen’s (Featured) creative mechanical, often otherworldly insects and various creatures will be on full display in his upcoming solo show, “Blasphemous Nature" which opens at Fifty 24PDX Gallery in Portland, Oregon on Thursday, August 7th.  I’ve had a few chances to see Bowen’s work in person and it’s always a great adventure to look at as not only are the paintings beautiful but they really fill your mind with what-if’s.

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mashable:

Food Art Photography Ilustrates Delicious Side of European Capitals

International travel has never looked so appetizing.

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fastcompany:

Fly Through A City Owned By Drones

City of Drones isn’t just a first-person drone simulator. Its an engine to create empathy toward our all-seeing flying robots.

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thisistheverge:

This sleek electric bike features smart lights and a built-in lock A team of designers in Seattle are building a bike that could be your new best option for navigating busy city streets. Called the Denny, the bike concept includes a number of clever features that make it a bit more useful than your average two-wheeler. Not only does it have a removable electric motor to give you a bit of a boost, as well as automatic gear shifting, but its detachable handlebar doubles as a lock, so you never have to worry about bringing one along.

thisistheverge:

This sleek electric bike features smart lights and a built-in lock
A team of designers in Seattle are building a bike that could be your new best option for navigating busy city streets. Called the Denny, the bike concept includes a number of clever features that make it a bit more useful than your average two-wheeler. Not only does it have a removable electric motor to give you a bit of a boost, as well as automatic gear shifting, but its detachable handlebar doubles as a lock, so you never have to worry about bringing one along.

nevver:

Rafael Varona

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Ciudades ilustradas, de Aldo Crusher. Vía Nice Fucking Graphics.

nevver:

Gentle brain

nevver:

Gentle brain

new-aesthetic:

"Facebook profile information that is publicly visible by default, for the first five years of the service" via What Is Public? — The Message — Medium

Programmers and engineers who create software with controls for privacy have moved in recent years to an on/off model where content is either viewable to the entire world or only to a list of people whom a user identifies as “friends”. Obviously, reducing public status to a binary consideration is convenient for a medium where everything must ultimately be represented in binary code. But we can’t let society’s norms be defined by which features are least expensive for storing on a database server in the cloud.

new-aesthetic:

"Facebook profile information that is publicly visible by default, for the first five years of the service" via What Is Public? — The Message — Medium

Programmers and engineers who create software with controls for privacy have moved in recent years to an on/off model where content is either viewable to the entire world or only to a list of people whom a user identifies as “friends”. Obviously, reducing public status to a binary consideration is convenient for a medium where everything must ultimately be represented in binary code. But we can’t let society’s norms be defined by which features are least expensive for storing on a database server in the cloud.

fastcompany:

The Bike Fits In A Backpack, So It’s Super Easy To Bring On Trips (Some Assembly Required)

If you’ve ever brought a bike along on a flight or packed up the parts to ship across the country, you know that trying to move a bike around is expensive. It also tends to slightly offset some of the environmental benefits of riding, since a box holding a bulky frame takes up a lot of space on a delivery truck. That’s why this new design concept shrinks down a bike so it fits in a backpack.

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