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ousia-poetica · 22 hours ago
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Mermaid returns to the sea, do not stay stranded in unreality. By Axel Sauerwald
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disease · a day ago
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“disCONNEXION #b12” XING DANWEN 邢丹文 // 2005 [chromogenic print | 73.6 × 59 cm.]
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be-happy-al · a day ago
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unbelievable-facts · 2 days ago
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yodaprod · a day ago
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Altair 8800 catalog (1975)
Source: Archive.org
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beebee-76 · 2 days ago
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This old newspaper clipping from April 1963 is good for a few yucks, but I think it’s more interesting than that.
Just 18 months later, in the fall of 1964, the first Star Trek pilot, “The Cage,“ was being shot. The similarity may not be coincidental.
By Twitter @AndyHall15523851
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dailytechnologynews · 20 hours ago
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Lonestar plans to put datacenters in the Moon's lava tubes https://ift.tt/Gl1DLPM
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lionfloss · 16 hours ago
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CollageMachine: A Streaming Collage Browser Learns While You Surf Andruid Kerne, 2000
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kafkasapartment · a day ago
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Le Saleve, 1932. Henry Reb, 1883-1959. Générale, Grenoble.
The architecture of the massive, modern terminal of the Saleve téléphérique, seen from a dramatic low angle. Located near Geneva, today, Saleve is considered a hiking and paragliding mecca.
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science70 · a day ago
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Sonar electro-mechanical submarine game (Sega, 1972).
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hamelinsnightmare · 2 days ago
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be-happy-al · 2 days ago
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yodaprod · 23 hours ago
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Sony CFS 88 (1982)
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intelligentliving · 13 hours ago
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In our modern world, where technology is continually advancing, more businesses, services, and employees have migrated online. As a result, people without high-speed internet connectivity may find it more challenging to look for and apply for jobs, use financial services, or finish work and school obligations. Therefore, many feel that...
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dailytechnologynews · 2 days ago
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Solar panels will become mandatory on all new EU buildings | Solar panels could be on all Europe's public buildings by 2029 https://ift.tt/zUInxSQ
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ousia-poetica · 2 months ago
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Don't worry if your life is in chaos, you are like the universe itself and its law of entropy. もの久保 on Pivix
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vintage-tech · a day ago
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Tetris was all the rage in the 1980s and into the 90s, and everyone wanted a piece of the action. Including RadioShack, unsurprisingly.
The RadioShack “Stack Challenge” handheld game drops blocks like you’d expect, but there’s no music, it doesn’t keep track of how many lines you clear(!!), and it doesn’t get faster. The challenge spoken of beside the usual wait for the right block for what it takes to clear a line and thereby voids get embedded is that the difficulty buttons (which double as move-left and move-right) prescribe how many unfinished lines of blocks should already be on the bottom when you start -- so you’re digging yourself out of a jam. It’s a fun enough game, and I waited until the price at the thriftstore had dropped twice before I bought it.
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yupthatexists · 5 months ago
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Blockchain company BurntBanksy recently bought a $95,000 Banksy artwork, just to set it on fire! The goal was to take art in the physical world and bring in into the digital world as something called an NFT (non-fungible token). The company stated "We view this burning event as an expression of art itself, and we specifically chose a Banksy piece since he has previously shredded one of his own artworks at an auction." The company is selling the piece on an NFT website called OpenSea, where the current offer is on 2 ETH ($7,357).
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