The Plastic Brain

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Yet another reason to love Björk.

And while I have your attention – check this out:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o8AELvVUFLw&feature=channel_video_title

Maybe I need to get one of them iPad thingies if this is the kind of app people are making.

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The secret of creation lies in the waveDiagrams and paintings by “outsider scientific-mystic” Walter Russell

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Magritte’s original truly wasn’t a pipe. It was a painting of a pipe.

But this actually is a tie.

Does that mean that this tie is dumb? If you interpret Ceci n’est pas une pipe as I did in one of my first posts, the answer would be yes.

(see http://adenozine.tumblr.com/post/1364136306/as-magritte-so-poignantly-expresses-a-picture-of)

However, since the tie is labelled as dadaist, the counter-factual statement does its job of poking its tongue out to logic, and, especially in the form of a tie, to the establishment in general.

Am I reading too much into this? Maybe.

Would I wear the tie? Definitely.

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Drawing Autism is an incredible collection of artwork by people diagnosed with autism, from teenage amateurs to established artists. (via Drawing Autism – 50 Watts)

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It keeps saying goodbye, yet I cannot walk away.

Via saratron

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The left auricle is the perfect place to rest your head…or ear, even.

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I made the cover [shameless plug].

My article inside can be found here:

http://issuu.com/AdelaideUniversityUnion/docs/on-dit-vol-79-issue-04/15

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I feel bad.

The is an amazing machine. I can say I really liked some bits, but overall it was a bit of a let down….

Gotta respect the hours, dedication and sheer scale of their vision though.

jtotheizzoe:

The Word’s Most Complicated Rube Goldberg Machine tells the story of civilization, from beginning to end.

This took 3,500 hours to make. That’s half a year, straight.

Mind = blown.