"Everything can be taken from a man but one thing: the last of the human freedoms — to choose one’s attitude in any given set of circumstances, to choose one’s own way."

- Viktor Frankl, who would’ve been 99 today, on the meaning of life (via explore-blog)

3 weeks ago 517 notes

demand-progress:

The NSA “is gathering nearly 5 billion records a day on the whereabouts of cellphones around the world.” (Washington Post)

Join us in protesting the National Security Agency’s wide-ranging invasion of privacy.

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2 months ago 3,857 notes

nevver:

Astronomy Picture of the Day

2 months ago 1,756 notes

"You know we’re constantly taking. We don’t make most of the food we eat, we don’t grow it, anyway. We wear clothes other people make, we speak a language other people developed, we use a mathematics other people evolved and spent their lives building. I mean we’re constantly taking things. It’s a wonderful ecstatic feeling to create something and put it into the pool of human experience and knowledge."

- Steve Jobs (via davemorin)

(via dpstyles)

2 months ago 66 notes
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Our Cape Cod break Saltire Fellow human pyramid!

Our Cape Cod break Saltire Fellow human pyramid!

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The amazing Saltire Fellows 2013 at Babson College - so lucky to be on the course with these folks

The amazing Saltire Fellows 2013 at Babson College - so lucky to be on the course with these folks

6 months ago

robotcosmonaut:

50 State Birds

via designersof

9 months ago 7,299 notes

nevver:

Born on this day, Vincent van Gogh

1 year ago 2,203 notes

"There is “market failure” when markets can’t be expected to provide goods efficiently; there’s “government failure” when government can’t be expected to solve market failures efficiently; and there’s “libertarian failure” when the push to do nothing will produce not no regulation at all, but regulation by the most powerful of special interests."

- Code 2.0 - Lawrence Lessig

1 year ago

"hacking is fundamentally about refusing to be intimidated or cowed into submission by any technology, about understanding the technology and acquiring the power to repurpose it to our individual needs, and for the good of the many"

- New York Times, Peter Ludlow, Professor of philosophy at Northwestern University

1 year ago

Fall timelapse, NYC

1 year ago

Photos of Forests Drenched in Light and Fog

1 year ago

From the edge of Finland - Photography

1 year ago

explore-blog:

Fascinating contrast between how the Chinese vs. the Greeks viewed the same sky. Teach yourself naked-eye astronomy here.

1 year ago 348 notes

Awesome.

1 year ago