Burnt Belief, the duo of Colin Edwin (bass) and Jon Durant (guitar), announced the October release of their 3rd album, Emergent.
Learn web design in 4 minutes. OK, not really. But the way this site progressively builds to demonstrate web design basics is cool.
For your inner voyeur, here are 10 recommended webcams, from the world's oldest ham to Elvis' front door. My favorite are the cameras for the restoration of the USS Monitor.
|Philip Guston, Group II, 1964. From an article about an exhibit of a decade's worth of his abstract work that recently closed in NYC.|
The DMN article cited above also touches upon the exhibit of Norman Lewis' work at Fort Worth's Amon Carter Museum. I can't praise this exhibition highly enough. Lewis' work is luminous.
|Norman Lewis, Masquerade, 1967|
One Square Inch is an effort to preserve true quiet spaces, and the quietest of those is in Olympic National Park.
Highly recommend this understated yet funny fictional perspective of humanity's place in the universe. How would we be seen by others? Danger: Humans.
|Wiggly, ain't it? source|
Shock waves in outer space? Listen as the Juno spacecraft crosses through the bow shock formed by the interaction of the solar wind with Jupiter's magnetic field.
Whomever the hell Value Penguin is, they say Colleyville is the safest city in Texas.
|A map of your zip code's primary energy source. Looks like north Texas is natural gas.|
And yet another map, this one showing where the 1% live.
More? Global shipping routes.
About 2,000 years ago you wiped your butt with a stick around which you had wrapped strips of cloth. Interesting unto itself, but the really interesting bit is that archaeologists were able to use these nasty things to trace the transmission of diseases.
|Roborectum sounds like a member of the Justice League but if it'll help defeat colon cancer then it deserves to be.|
...but of balance, order, rhythm, and harmony. ~Thomas Merton