- NSA's current CTO works 20 hours a week for a private company founded by former NSA chief Keith Alexander > http://t.co/hYPmz9SHBpover a year ago
- For the masters of chaos, victory is not necessarily a military one. Rupturing sovereign states is just as good > http://t.co/6IasktwLckover a year ago
- Adobe DE4 tracks users' in the app, plus indexes the users' entire ebook collection, sending the data in plain text > http://t.co/4oGO5KadLWover a year ago
- US says it can hack into foreign-based servers without warrants > http://t.co/JFpWv33zHAover a year ago
- Industrial warfare is a business. Military factories produce the ultimate consumable. Let loose the hounds > http://t.co/ildfkbzIdoover a year ago
- How American Intelligence Works in the Twenty-First Century, from TomDispatch > http://t.co/5tobzNLEftover a year ago
- Secret recordings by Fed examiner reveal long history of Fed's deference to banks. Fed fired her for doing her job > http://t.co/QCNUZFH5v7over a year ago
- Botto Italian Bistro tires of Yelp extortion tactics. Offers 25% discount to one-star reviewers. Yelp is not amused > http://t.co/wEEktQQ59Nover a year ago
- California drought: before-and-after photos > http://t.co/11RfGZwcNtover a year ago
- RT @vicenews: A German company is offering $30 million for information about the MH17 attackers: http://t.co/HcfBvwWwRrover a year ago
Category Archives: multimedia
A fascinating documentary presents compelling evidence that suggests the destruction of the Death Star was not the result of Luke Skywalker’s coincidental tapping of “The Force”, but rather a carefully orchestrated inside job that included none other than Darth Vader … Continue reading
Artist Eric Franklin has created some very cool neon skull and skeleton sculptures. Check it out!
One of the most famous panel paintings in the world, the Ghent Altarpiece has been digitized and is available in detail on an open source website entitled ‘Closer to Van Eyck: Rediscovering the Ghent Altarpiece.’ Consisting of 12 panels (one … Continue reading
Here is a really cool site, Street Art Utopia, which features street art from around the world. Here is an example: Check it out. Its time well wasted.
The Art of Science contest at Princeton University aims to show off the startling images produced in the normal course of scientific research. “Art happens,” says Princeton’s vice-dean of engineering Pablo Debenedetti, in announcing the 2011 winners. The Art of Science … Continue reading
Here is a thought provoking video on the Shrödinger’s Cat paradox, from the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics. According to Wikipedia, Shrödinger’s Cat is a thought experiment devised by Austrian physicist Erwin Schrödinger in 1935. It illustrates what he saw as the … Continue reading
Burning Man is an annual festival where tens of thousands of participants gather in Nevada’s Black Rock Desert to create Black Rock City. The festival is dedicated to community, art, self-expression, and self-reliance. Participants depart one week later, having left … Continue reading
Alvernia Studios in Poland looks like it belongs on the moon. I mean that as a compliment. As you can see in the banner below, there are a number of domes connected by tubes. Each of the domes offers a … Continue reading
Der Spiegel has some awesome images in its Picture This archive. Below are waves from a typhoon storm surge crashing over a breakwater in Kiho, Japan, and a lightning storm above Berlin, Germany.