Can you imagine how awesome it would have been to be an entrepreneur in 1985 when almost any dot com name you wanted was…
Theres a million membranes to break through.
The atoms in our bodies we find across the universe. That’s an almost spiritual revelation of modern astrophysics. We should celebrate that fact not be pissed off by it.
Mycelium Running: How Mushrooms Can Help Save the World: Paul Stamets: 9781580085793: Amazon.com: Books
Mycelium Running: How Mushrooms Can Help Save the World [Paul Stamets] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Mycelium Running</i> is a manual for the mycological rescue of the planet. That’s right: growing more mushrooms</i> may be the best thing we can do to save the environment
The Staple Sisters sing “Slippery People.”
AIC Studio Day 48(?) i’m really losing track of days and time. Whew! How busy? I thought when the Marwen classes receded things would chill a bit, but then we formed a new business and things got serious. And a lot has happened. and i’ve been super slack about posting all the cool shit happening. so this is a round up. MuseoPunks went live - listen up! what else? Folium is moving along, spine, and new leaves are in final stages, Yasmine has scanned everything in the museum - will post some of them soon - here’s one from yesterday to enjoy for nowhttp://www.thingiverse.com/thing:404509 - the Prusa i3 is working, the new Wade’s extruder seems to be doing very well and it’s making accurate prints. happy times! i did a photoshoot early in the week and made some nice images. meetings - and more meetings. some great stuff in the works. i;’ll try and get the livestream going over the weekend and post some videos. ciao!
The “spectacle” was his name for the network of socio-cultural-economic forces with a vested interest in keeping people ensnared in a set of permissible routines: go to work, go home, watch TV, cheer on your favorite political team and, between those obligations, buy something.
To read while I’m bored at work tonight.
Airlander 10, the World’s Largest Aircraft
Originally devised as a reconnaissance and surveillance craft for the U.S. Army’s Long Endurance Multi-Intelligence Vehicle program, the 300-foot long Airlander 10 airship remained only a dream until 2012. Biuilt by Hybrid Air Vehicles (HAV), the Airlander 10 has been updated with new technology like a paper-thing weave of carbon fiber, mylar, and Kevlar that is supposed to protect it even from lightning strikes. Its designers also claim that the cost of operation is between 10 and 20 percent of that for a helicopter, and it only loses 10 percent of its helium per year. If a second flight this year goes as planned, HAV hopes to use the Airlander 10 as a substitute for planes on short-haul cargo flights, sports broadcasting, and even police surveillance.