1. fastest-thing:



    (via mmmsammishes)

  2. hyyosh:



    I usually don’t reblog these but oh my god

    i love retail robin

    That bird is on point.

    it’s back!

    (Source: sullibration, via skye1236)

  3. So for various reasons, I was digging through the source for my dashboard, and something caught my eye…

  4. Based on a SSB: 3DS glitch, found at The Verge.

  6. A painting tool for Oculus Rift. This is pretty cool.

  7. kiuchitatsuro:


    It’s about a declining birthrate society.


  8. A tantalizingly brief (fitting of The Verge’s TL;DR section) yet compelling micro-editorial surrounds a spooky video. I think a place like this would make a great setting for a game. But also, it’s a good idea. We are now well aware of how complex environmental issues are, and the benefits of leveraging super computing to help us solve problems on a scale we can’t alone. Computer automated cities have huge theoretical benefits that far outstrip the sci-fi hyperbole The Verge is satirizing. But they are just theoretical, and very expensive to implement, however there’s no better time for engineering the future than the present.

    Find a more detailed article on the impossibly cool yet troubled project here. Via Wired,



    Tagged by whereismystrawberrytart

    If you don’t know your personality type, take the test here.

    Rules: Find out what characters share the same personality type as you here and list the characters that you find relevant below. Then tag five friends and let them know you tagged them!

    Type: INTP (Architect)

    INTPs are loners with a love of information and a knack for logic. This can lead to Sesquipedalian Loquaciousness, but also the opposite, as INTPs are best at describing complex ideas concisely. They are independent, creative, and curious. They are basically the ‘nerds’ of MBTI; that is certainly not a bad thing.

    I only did one run from one source, but initially this seems surprisingly accurate with unexpected depth so, I’ll go with it.

    I will add a bit to this. 
    "Many of the usual motivations for making friends - emotional support, social validation, shared routine - simply don’t apply to INTPs. More likely, these concepts are met with disdain, as people with the INTP personality type prize intellectual depth above all else. It is not easy to become good friends with INTPs, but if there is a common interest and a common train of thought, the connection is likely to spark instantly, surprising everyone else who thought they had this distant personality type pegged."

    "When it comes to romantic relationships, INTPs have an interesting mixture of traits that often pleasantly surprise their partners. People with this personality type are always full of ideas, but they have few opportunities to explore their more romantic notions. As with any of their theories, INTPs love sharing with others, and in finally meeting someone where romantic thoughts are appropriate, they show themselves to be excited, enthusiastic, and even playful, flirting with word-play and intellectual games.

    None of this is to say that these relationships come easily to INTPs - they are shy and withdrawn individuals, and getting out and meeting new people, risking rejection and making themselves the center of attention in emotionally delicate situations are far from being their strengths. It is more likely that INTP personalities will leave a trail of breadcrumbs for a potential partner, allowing them to make the first move and committing to their partner as an act of reciprocation rather than bravado.”



  10. callmethefalcon:

    I miss this show like I miss a lover.

    (Source: plsdontask)