The album revolves around the concept of the water cycle, as well as the expectations and excitement of travel. In combination, this album channels oceanic voyages and the never ending journey of water molecules.
As a model, I’m horrified by Instagram’s proposed new terms of service. As a human being I’m outraged. The new terms, set to go into effect on January 16th, pretty much grant Instagram free reign to do anything they want with your pictures and data. They can sell your username, your profile…
It’s a sad, sad thing to get wretchedly sick on the day before Thanksgiving. But a nice thing to pull it together just enough to toss some squash in the oven and cranberry sauce on the stove, even if you had to cancel all your plans and your Thanksgiving crowd is only two pajama-wearing people + one cat.
On Space Time Foam was created by artist Thomas Saraceno. Inspired by themes such as the elimination of barriers, Saraceno has created this amazing architectural environment that the public can actually access and interact with. Oh, and MIT is gonna do something cool with it too.
After seeing an astonishing fireball meteor 10 days ago in Monterey, CA, I witnessed an infralateral arc today in Lincoln, MA. I have a pretty incredible batting average for rare atmospheric phenomena this fall.
Smith alum Julia Child would have turned 100 today. To celebrate, PBS remixed her very best bits of wisdom.
I must admit, this is the first time I’ve gotten teary eyed during an autotuned video.
Well — I personally also got teary eyed during the Carl Sagan autotuned video, but yes.
I don’t think I can fully express how hilarious this study is.