rachelfershleiser:




Brief Interviews With Hideous Websites
…And many more at Slacktory.com




LOOOOOOL
slavin:

“And that over there?” “That’s the Oh Shit Button.”
Hanging out with the Google Self-Driving Car and its human design lead. Everything designed for the future has a big red button that says “stop.” (Taken with Instagram at Moscone Center)

slavin:

“And that over there?” “That’s the Oh Shit Button.”

Hanging out with the Google Self-Driving Car and its human design lead. Everything designed for the future has a big red button that says “stop.” (Taken with Instagram at Moscone Center)

(via thisistheverge)

orientaltiger:

ADR would like to create a iCamera Photo Lens in order to greatly enhance the functionality of the existing iPhone camera.

(via thenextweb)

(Source: comedycentral)

justinrampage:

French designer Nicolas Obery has given a few well-known comic book characters a stunning new look to match his uniquely rendered Fantasmagorik series of illustrations. Check out more of his stylized work at Behance.net.

Fantasmagorik Marvel & DC Faces by Nicolas Obery (Facebook) (Twitter)

Life…

Life…

LOL

LOL

Like seriously?

Like seriously?

thisistheverge:

NASA Space Shuttle Enterprise aboard the USS Intrepid in pictures
The Space Shuttle Enterprise is on the closing leg of its journey to its final resting place. For now, it’s taking a pit stop of sorts atop the USS Intrepid aircraft carrier in New York City before being transported from this temporary home to a space more befitting of its grand size. Still, after watching NASA’s first shuttle fly across the skies of New York aboard a 747 before being ferried up the river to her current home, we couldn’t help but visit and get a close look of the spaceship for ourselves. Enterprise is currently housed in what looks quite a bit like an inflatable indoor tennis court that’s called the Space Shuttle Pavilion — right at the stern of the Intrepid Sea, Air, and Space Museum. The “tent” is all blue inside and rather bare, but that’s not a problem as it puts all of the attention on the Space Shuttle. 

thisistheverge:

NASA Space Shuttle Enterprise aboard the USS Intrepid in pictures

The Space Shuttle Enterprise is on the closing leg of its journey to its final resting place. For now, it’s taking a pit stop of sorts atop the USS Intrepid aircraft carrier in New York City before being transported from this temporary home to a space more befitting of its grand size. Still, after watching NASA’s first shuttle fly across the skies of New York aboard a 747 before being ferried up the river to her current home, we couldn’t help but visit and get a close look of the spaceship for ourselves. Enterprise is currently housed in what looks quite a bit like an inflatable indoor tennis court that’s called the Space Shuttle Pavilion — right at the stern of the Intrepid Sea, Air, and Space Museum. The “tent” is all blue inside and rather bare, but that’s not a problem as it puts all of the attention on the Space Shuttle. 

comedycentral:

Roseanne Barr was on Letterman last night to talk about medical marijuana and her upcoming Comedy Central Roast, which premieres Sunday, August 12 at 10/9c.
Click the image to watch a clip from the interview.

comedycentral:

Roseanne Barr was on Letterman last night to talk about medical marijuana and her upcoming Comedy Central Roast, which premieres Sunday, August 12 at 10/9c.

Click the image to watch a clip from the interview.

richforever:

Rick Ross ft. Dr. Dre and Jay Z “3 Kings” Official Artwork

richforever:

Rick Ross ft. Dr. Dre and Jay Z “3 Kings” Official Artwork

The Crew…

The Crew…

"Connected"

Funny how almost everything in life is connected, we are all related even by the thinnest link but we still have outbreaks due to human misunderstanding… Is this a rant? I know not, you decide… In my own little way I hope we humans can find a way to settle our unspoken differences and come to a logical “un-reached” conclusion… Now that does not even make sense to me too so don’t ask. :)

I think we need the E.T.’s

latimes:

Honoring the Fourth of July, NASA Tuesday released a striking new image of Herbig-Haro 110, a geyser of hot gas from a newborn star that looks remarkably like an Earth-bound skyrocket.
Photo credit: NASA, ESA and the Hubble Heritage Team

latimes:

Honoring the Fourth of July, NASA Tuesday released a striking new image of Herbig-Haro 110, a geyser of hot gas from a newborn star that looks remarkably like an Earth-bound skyrocket.

Photo credit: NASA, ESA and the Hubble Heritage Team

(via itsfullofstars)

thisistheverge:

Android 4.1 Jelly Bean review
Do UI refinements, Google Now, and a few new features add up to a must-have smartphone OS? 

thisistheverge:

Android 4.1 Jelly Bean review

Do UI refinements, Google Now, and a few new features add up to a must-have smartphone OS?