1. jhudesign:

And this is how people learn corging… whoops, I mean coding.

    jhudesign:

    And this is how people learn corging… whoops, I mean coding.

  2. text-mode:

    The 1800s Jacquard looms and its punched cards. Images from around the interwebz.

  3. Fencing is not proper behavior for a princess,” [the king] told her in the gentle-but-firm tone recommended by the court philosopher.

    Cimorene tilted her head to one side. “Why not?”

    “It’s … well, it’s simply not done.”

    Cimorene considered. “Aren’t I a princess?”

    “Yes, of course you are, my dear,” said her father with relief. He had been bracing himself for a storm of tears, which was the way his other daughters reacted to reprimands.

    “Well, I fence,” Cimorene said with the air of one delivering an unshakable argument. “So it is too done by a princess.

    — from Dealing with Dragons by Patricia C. Wrede (via mustangscullaaay)

    (Source: mendanbar)

  4. parislemon:

laughingsquid:

Sincerity Machine, A Manual Typewriter That Types in Comic Sans

Someone call Dan Gilbert.

    parislemon:

    laughingsquid:

    Sincerity Machine, A Manual Typewriter That Types in Comic Sans

    Someone call Dan Gilbert.

  5. (Source: getthehelloutofmyroom)

  6. BAHfest!

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  8. nevver:

Origami, Jo Nakashima

    nevver:

    Origami, Jo Nakashima

    (Source: facebook.com)

  9. pleatedjeans:

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