ameliagiller:

foxadhd:

Pizza Forever

My first gif for foxadhd !

ameliagiller:

foxadhd:

Pizza Forever

My first gif for foxadhd !

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Go, it must be said, has a great standard library. It’s a thoroughly modern language in this regard. Much is geared towards networked applications and one can get quite far without relying on third-party packages. Of course, when you eventually need to use an outside package, Go makes it absurdly easy to include it by supporting git repos as dependencies. Just as easily as one can import the log package, one can import from the github.com/coreos/etcd project. Here are the import statements for both:

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technoccult:

Klint Finley

It’s been five years since _why a lucky stiff committed “infocide,” deleting his Twitter account, all of his websites, and his GitHub account containing all of his code projects.

There have been countless debates about the relative ethics of infocide, and I don’t have anything to…

uglygirlsclub:

indee seriously has the dreamiest patio i’ve ever seen 

thedustyrebel:

Obey Giant
Shepard Fairey checking out the progress for The LISA Project NYC and calling it a day. (Bowery, NYC)More photos: Obey (Shepard Fairey), Street Art, The LISA Project

thedustyrebel:

Obey Giant

Shepard Fairey checking out the progress for The LISA Project NYC and calling it a day. (Bowery, NYC)

More photos: Obey (Shepard Fairey), Street Art, The LISA Project

notational:

Student Work: Jamie (Midi Music Visualizer) from Justin Lincoln on Vimeo.

A self directed project using Processing and a midi library to visualize sounds triggered through a Novation Launch Pad.

newyorker:

The vocoder—part military technology, part musical instrument—has had quite a history. Through interviews with musicians and vocoder specialists, our latest Object of Interest video focuses on a tool that’s been everywhere from World War II to Kraftwerk parties.

newyorker:

The vocoder—part military technology, part musical instrument—has had quite a history. Through interviews with musicians and vocoder specialists, our latest Object of Interest video focuses on a tool that’s been everywhere from World War II to Kraftwerk parties.

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