fastcompany:

MIT Invents A Magic Lens That Combines All Your Screens Into A Single Experience

"We live in an increasingly digital world, but that world is fractured between many screens and interfaces. The question we wanted to try to answer with THAW was how can we combine these computer interfaces and screens into a single seamless experience."

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anyaderogue:

Nothing can contest the patterns discovered in nature… Good find @nellaschh #BVI #scrubisland (at North Beach)

anyaderogue:

Nothing can contest the patterns discovered in nature… Good find @nellaschh #BVI #scrubisland (at North Beach)


Thanks for being a Lawn Mower tonight @cherrybumz #lawnsummernights for #cysticfibrosis Ask me how to #donate

Thanks for being a Lawn Mower tonight @cherrybumz #lawnsummernights for #cysticfibrosis Ask me how to #donate


reasonsmysoniscrying:

“We sang the Happy Birthday song to him.”
Guest submission from Joanna Goddard, writer of “A Cup of Jo”. http://joannagoddard.blogspot.com/

reasonsmysoniscrying:

“We sang the Happy Birthday song to him.”

Guest submission from Joanna Goddard, writer of “A Cup of Jo”. http://joannagoddard.blogspot.com/

500randomactsofbeauty:

the 47th random act of beauty: the blanket

(thank you Paul, Jason, Eric, Duane, Maulee, Sheena, Ali, Elle, Randell, Michelle, and everyone else who donated their time, effort and love toward the completion of this act.)


The essentials

The essentials


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How Daddy Does Hair


thedailywhat:

Single Topic Blog of the Day: Reasons Why My Son is Crying
Check out “Reasons My Son is Crying,” an anonymous dad’s daily Tumblr blog featuring photographs of his bawling toddler with captions describing all the inane reasons that made him upset, including (from top left, clockwise):
He wasn’t allowed to drink bath water
He was asked to play with his trains
He wasn’t allowed to spill his ice water
He was forbidden from drowning in a pond

thedailywhat:

Single Topic Blog of the Day: Reasons Why My Son is Crying

Check out “Reasons My Son is Crying,” an anonymous dad’s daily Tumblr blog featuring photographs of his bawling toddler with captions describing all the inane reasons that made him upset, including (from top left, clockwise):

  • He wasn’t allowed to drink bath water
  • He was asked to play with his trains
  • He wasn’t allowed to spill his ice water
  • He was forbidden from drowning in a pond