Academic Earth →
singlescoop: maybeitsallok: “This is incredible, and doesn’t cost $160,000. Free lectures from Harvard, Berkeley, MIT, Stanford, Princeton, and Yale, covering a ton of subjects, for absolutely free. More than lectures, AE offers entire courses. This Yale course on the American novel, for instance, spans 25 lessons. Also of note: the @Google series of lengthy interviews, including a month-old...
Ten scifi devices that can soon be in your hands. →
"Engineering biology" with Drew Endy →
Academic earth, lectures from top scholars around... →
USSF unconventional warfare operations →
“…overthrowing governments, sabotage, subversion, intelligence and abduction, FM 3-05.201, Apr 2003” -via wikileaks.org
Biological systems from an engineer's point of... →
-via pubmed, NIH Worth a look if you’re interested in synthetic biology and other general mad science stuff.
Physics of music and musical instruments. →
-via Make Blog Teach them to play the music of Erich Zann!
Where’s our 21st century Kerouac? The man on the train so skullfucked by the...– The Reverse Cowgirl (via m1k3y) (via nosmo)
Road signs warn of zombies | KXAN.com →
robot-heart: Austin drivers making their morning commute were in for a surprise when two road signs on a busy stretch of road were taken over by hackers. The signs near the intersection of Lamar and Martin Luther King boulevards usually warn drivers about upcoming construction, but Monday morning they warned of “zombies ahead.”
Leopards break into the temple and drink to the dregs what is in the sacrificial...– Franz Kafka, “Leopards in the Temple,” Parables and Paradoxes (via youwillbeassimilated)
Blackhole vibration simulation using PS3 cluster →
Immortal jellifish are swarming across the world. →
I’ve always had my doubts about those jelly critters. On the other note, the self-regeneration mechanism might end up being very interesting for synthetic biology enthusiasts someday.
This is your life, and it’s ending one minute at a time.– Narrator (via movieoftheweek) (via thedaysarenotfullenough) (via singlescoop)
Things - Zach Smith Lazzzored a Peristaltic Pump
1000 novels everyone must read: the definitive... →
singlescoop: libbylovesnyc: unicornology: buyhercandy: Apparently, I’ve only read 23 (and a half) of the books on this list. I’m horrified. i’ve read even less, sadly. i’m saving this for a future 52-books-in-52-weeks mission. For future reference.
Future Pirate Radio →
m1k3y: This is just genius and shows how much space is left to be explored in joining different bits of technology together. Presenting Graffiti Radio (Future Pirate Radio): …
Good coffee will doom us all. →
Funny read. I find that people search for good coffee when they are at height of their power, rather than good coffee causing fall from the grace however.
Watchmen Vinyl Record
digitalyn: laugharne: /Film reader Adam A pre-ordered the limited edition 12″ Watchmen Soundtrack single picture disc version of My Chemical Romance’s cover of Bob Dylan’s “Desolation Row”, and sent over some photos. The B-side is the instrumental track “Prison Fight” by Tyler Bates from the film. See a photo of the B-side after the jump. The vinyl record is available on...
Our Melamine: There's Mercury in High Fructose... →
robot-heart: (via apsies) More reasons not to consume that crap. Maybe our political failings weren’t really political at all…