1. creativesomething:

    Why wait for an idea to strike?

    Buy this poster

  2. matt-molloy:

    "Pool of Gold"

    I’ve shot this small pond a bunch of times now, but I think this is my favorite timestack I’ve made of it. This is 155 photos merged into one image using the lighten layer-blending mode in photoshop. Automated with this script. advancedstacker.com


  3. "He who will not reason is a bigot, he who cannot is a fool, and he who dares not is a slave."
    — Sir William Drummond (via whats-out-there)

  5. "Ideo. Pinterest. Airbnb. Kickstarter. It’s an all-star list of the companies changing the way we live. It’s also a list of companies created and led by designer founders. The hallmark of a designer-founder is the ability to focus entrepreneurial efforts through the lens of design—to approach the data-driven world of business with human experience in mind. This way of thinking isn’t just a seductive novelty. It’s providing a crucial competitive edge in the crowded world of consumer technology and services."

  7. spacettf:

    Spun and Confused by NASA Goddard Photo and Video on Flickr.

    Tramite Flickr:
    A long arch of plasma (called a prominence) was pulled this way and that by magnetic forces for a week before it finally dissipated (July 10-16, 2014). This close up was captured in extreme ultraviolet light.

    The Earth scale in the lower left corner gives one a sense of the length of the prominence.

    Credit: NASA/SDO


  8. (Source: startupnameshop)


  9. txchnologist:


    by Marcus Woo, Inside Science

    Sometimes nothingness can reveal a whole lot.

    While the universe is mostly empty, it contains bubble-like voids that are even emptier, taking up most of the space in the cosmos. And new research shows that these voids all look similar…


  10. "Scientists may reject mystic revelations for which there is no evidence except somebody’s say-so, but they hardly believe their knowledge of Nature to be complete. Science is far from a perfect instrument of knowledge. It’s just the best we have."
    — Carl Sagan (via whats-out-there)