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Seeing the world through new jersey-centric glocal ray-bans. I post urban and other intelligent design, from those of mine to local bands. I post happenings and news. I post tech shits and art, and the process by which I pay dues.



mrmcginny.com
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sunlightcities:

New York over the years: http://sunlightfoundation.com/blog/2014/09/05/opengov-voices-mapping-city-boundary-change-over-time-with-open-data/

magictransistor:

Kansuke Yamamoto (山本 悍右)

magictransistor:

Tateishi ‘Tiger’ Koichi (タイガー立石)

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maptitude1:

These maps show both the water sources for a number of bottled water producers and the current drought conditions in the United States.

prostheticknowledge:

Doodled Quadcopter

Project by questpact makes a remote controlled quadcopter with the help of a handheld 3D printing pen - video embedded below:

Rapid prototype of a quadcopter created with a 3D printing pen.

Build time was approximately 2.5 hours.

The 3D pen used: 3DAirPen
http://3dairpen.com/

The quadcopter parts came from RC Eye One:
http://www.redrockethobbies.com/Rc-Ey…

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iheartmyart:

Across Syria, the remains of ancient cities are being looted and damaged by Islamic militants; academics and archeologists are trying to document the damage and raise awareness.

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mudwerks:

(via On the Grid: 1942 | Shorpy Historical Photo Archive)

December 1942. “Checking electrical wiring assemblies for B-17F (Flying Fortress) bombers at the Boeing plant in Seattle.” Photo by Andreas Feininger for the Office of War Information. View full size.

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nyhistory:

August 14, 1945: President Truman announced Japan’s unconditional surrender, ending World War II.

Official U.S. Navy Photograph. [Troopship returns], 1945. New-York Historical Society.

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thedustyrebel:

Bike Scultpture

Noho, NYC
More photos of Street Art.

kaijusaurus:

Dogora terrorises Japan in publicity photos for Dogora, the Space Monster.

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new-aesthetic:

Holographic politicians could soon become a normal thing in the US | The Verge

Earlier this year, India’s prime minister Narendra Modi was campaigning for reelection and used a rather unusual method for being in many different places at once: he became a hologram. Not biologically, but with the help of a company called NChant3D that broadcast his nearly hour-long speech in 53 different locations. Now a US company called HologramUSA has the rights to use that technology in the US, and has just hired a lobbyist in Washington, DC to push the Democrats and Republicans into using holograms in the upcoming 2016 presidential election, reports Bloomberg BusinessWeek. The result could be long-dead politicians from America’s Founding Fathers, to more recent and beloved party figureheads like Ronald Reagan and John F. Kennedy. Politicians might also use it to do the same thing as Modi, and be in two places (or more) at once, stretching “in person” appearances on the campaign trail.
- Hilton Als
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