Loch Ness Monster captured on satellite photography? Sure, why not.


Some amateur monster hunters found what looks like the outline of some kind of prehistoric beast swimming under the waters of Loch Ness in Scotland on Apple Maps, so obviously it’s Nessie. It sure does look compelling, and public satellite maps are always accurate and never ever have weird artifacts show up through incorrect image stitching. Not ever.

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Saturday morning comics: The Common Room Animation Project

The Common Room Animation Project is a collaboration between 13 animators and spoken-word artist Talia Randall.

Inspired by the piece ‘Common Room’, each of the animators took on a segment of the poem, and worked on it with complete creative freedom.

The poem itself speaks of experiences that are very personal, and yet universal. Therefore, we chose to collaborate on a film which enables several designers and animators to share their personal views, experiences and interpretation of the poem.

Saturday Morning Cartoon: Rocky & Bullwinkle - Upsidasium (Parts 1 and 2)


Ever met someone famous? — asked by Anonymous

Several actually. Got knocked over by Mick Jagger on his way to a limo in 1993, hung out once with Kim Gordon and Thurston Moore of Sonic Youth in Michigan… 1997 I think. That same year, I randomly met Patti Smith and Natalie Merchant twice in two days as they were sightseeing around Ann Arbor, Michigan, once at a Whole Foods, once at a coffee shop. Had a beer with Mojo Nixon around 2000 at a bar in Asheville, NC. He was playing at a club across the street in 30 minutes, but wanted to go over to this other bar to get good and sloshed first and he just happened to sit next to me at the bar. Several years ago I met Michael Ironside… really cool guy, though he made me more nervous by teasing me about how nervous I was. I think that’s it, though I feel like I’m missing somebody.

Kepler telescope spots the most Earth-like exoplanet ever discovered

While the number of exoplanets discovered by scientists via the Kepler telescope numbers in the thousands, most of the planets found have been gas giants, because gas giants are much easier to spot. But if you’re looking for an Earth 2, the closest thing so far is Kepler 186f, a small rocky planet only slightly larger than Earth that orbits in the comfortable “Goldilocks zone” around its star where it’s not too hot, not too cold. We may never know if there’s life on Kepler 186f, but its discovery is certainly a damn good start in the search for other Earth-like planets out there.

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Website of the day: TL;DR Wikipedia
Like Wikipedia, but don’t like all the reading that comes with it? Have I got the perfect tumblog for you…

Website of the day: TL;DR Wikipedia

Like Wikipedia, but don’t like all the reading that comes with it? Have I got the perfect tumblog for you…


X-Men director Bryan Singer facing charges he buttsecksed a 17 year old, so that’s not good

With X-Men: Days of Future Past hitting theaters in the US at the end of May, the timing couldn’t be worse for Bryan Singer, who is facing very serious accusations that in 1999, he stuck his wang in the b-hole of a 17 year old. Perhaps that then puts Singer in the perfect spot to direct the next Elmo movie.

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Friday Funk: Funkadelic - Connections and Disconnections

With a name like Funkadelic, it’s a good thing these guys don’t disappoint in the Funk department.

Super fast magnetic micro robots are the future of manufacturing

Controlled by magnets and sometimes by wire, these teeny tiny robots can be programmed to perform thousands of incredibly precise manufacturing tasks without any expensive, bulky and constraining larger machine set up. Just program them, put them down and let them go.

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