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"The Communion" by Arlene Gottfried
On view now in a group show entitled NYC, c.1985 at ClampArt Gallery in NYC through July 3rd.
theremina:

NIXA 4EVAR

I have still not gotten over their breakup.
Warren Ellis (the hairier one) is a poor, poor substitute.
theremina:

Control room of UB-110 German submarine, circa 1918 
brucesterling:

Bitcoin at 200USD, no apparent end in sight.
You know what’s cooler than a billion dollars?  Two billion dollars.
new-aesthetic:

“Stop The Cyborgs’ was founded in response to the Google Glass project and other technology trends. The aim of the movement is to stop a future in which privacy is impossible and corporate control total.”
About | Stop The Cyborgs
NB Addendum: “Two things are quickly lost in any internet debate: humor and nuance. So in retrospect we should have guessed that people would find it hard to read past the name ‘Stop The Cyborgs‘. We thought it would be a bit of fun – a suitably cyberpunk sounding opposition group. However we have been variously accused of hating technology & hating anyone who isn’t 100% biological. This is not the case. We love technology and we love people. Indeed we even wear clothes and create technology ourselves. Some of us might even have metal bits.” Read more…
warrenellis:

“The second item is a new car design called the Urbee. It’s a great example of what a small team of designers, using computer design and modelling software can do. What makes this car interesting is that it’s the first car to be printed in 3D (using a large Stratasys printer) in high strength plastics. This means it has the potential to be a car that can be sent as a computer file to a local shop, where it is “printed” and assembled to order (no more car factories, both foreign and domestic?).”
(via What I Found Interesting This Week 3/3/2013)
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