Many machines on Ix

New machines.
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SLOTH KONG (via The Tico Times)

SLOTH KONG
(via The Tico Times)

Jun 18
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zdarsky:

These wonderful ladies were playing a game of brimpception with us, so, how could we not take it to the next level?

The printing of this cover was for one hundred copies and sent only to them. If you want one, it’s allll up to Juliette & Heather: @ & @

This was the hardest thing to keep secret, guys. Matt and I have been looking forward to this day for SO LONG.

SO LONG.

We love you guys.

Heroes, all

(via mattfractionblog)

Jun 17
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sexpigeon:

Why did you spend all those years hating Robocop? He couldn’t help it if you were on opposite sides of the law. He’s a computer, and you wasted a lot of time and energy on him.

sexpigeon:

Why did you spend all those years hating Robocop? He couldn’t help it if you were on opposite sides of the law. He’s a computer, and you wasted a lot of time and energy on him.

Jun 13
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(Source: youtube.com, via heybelinda)

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The brogrammer is always someone else— he is THOSE Facebook guys who yell too loudly at parties and wave bottles in the air, he is not the nice, shy guy who gets paid 30% more because of his race, gender and appeal to the boy-genius fetishes of VCs. The loud and tacky “brogrammer” is a false flag— if you are not a brogrammer, the logic goes, you must be an outcast genius who has suffered long and would never oppress a fly. The industry is full not of the former but the latter— programmers who are smart and may present as harmlessly “nerdy” but whose sense of themselves as being “the underdog” means that it is very hard to see the ways in which they participate in unconsciously but potentially harmful ways in an industry that has coded them as kings. In reality, programmers in Silicon Valley can be fully and invisibly privileged without ever touching a Grey Goose bottle-service setup or a tube of hair gel…..

This means that shows like Silicon Valley that claim to “critique” the “brogrammer” only end up re-centering the self-centered young male as American hero, failing to see or critique the deep, coded subtleties by which power in the Valley really works.

Jun 12
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lobbycards:

The Blues Brothers, French lobby card. 1980

lobbycards:

The Blues Brothers, French lobby card. 1980

(via woodsaddle)

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