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ex-oti-c:

zachzook:

The language of the streets. 

amazing.
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drudgeons:

🍁 (Taken with Instagram)
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oracleteamusa:

The official pin of the @AmericasCup Trophy security. #official #oow #americascuptrophy #sailing #historic #sanfrancisco #security (Taken with Instagram)
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wnyc:

According to a translation of thisarticle published by the Russian magazine Science and Life in 2000, it shows one of the “monuments of science and technology” that “brought [the Soviet Union] to the forefront of the analog computer” — Vladimir Lukyanov’s marvelous water computer.
Built in 1936, this machine was “the world’s first computer for solving [partial] differential equations,” which “for half a century has been the only means of calculations of a wide range of problems in mathematical physics.” Absolutely its most amazing aspect is that solving such complex equations meant playing around with a series of interconnected, water-filled glass tubes. You “calculated” with plumbing.(via Pruned: Gardens as Crypto-Water-Computers)
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theswinginsixties:

Jimi Hendrix 
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boatporn:

Literally this is the most beautiful thing.  ]
By Tyler Fields, of course.
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gq:

Your Morning Shot: John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon
From the first-ever televised presidential debate, September 26, 1960.