Posts Tagged: Morning Coffee
Smoke. Stone. Super Nintendo. Skin under a band-aid… 50 Shades of Grey.
Yesterday, a giant solar-powered airplane departed from Switzerland in its first transcontinental flight.
Here are some vintage photographs that capture the special bond between ventriloquist and dummy....more
For the next few days, with Canadian assistance, San Francisco continues its conquest of bad-assery.
Secret indoor gardens are the best kinds of gardens.
Architects wearing architect glasses. (Why does this exist?)
We bring you into the weekend with an official memo: TrustoCorp, The Rumpus hearts you....more
Propeller Mag has been collecting the various terrible covers for Karel Capek‘s super great War With the Newts.
An affront to human decency: proper nouns to be allowed in Scrabble.
Fascinating lost turn of the century female sex study....more
Department of The Japanese are Better Than Us: polar bear clouds!
Also on the Asian whimsy front, in Thailand you can have food served to you by a samurai robot....more
Friday is here at last, so we should probably all watch this chicken playing piano. Sorry.
Ham the Chimp has some serial killer photography for you, if that is your cup of tea (creep)....more
MOMA has acquired the @ symbol. Way to go MOMA.
Another reason why India is going to take over the world.
Super rad photographs of childhood fantasies.
Look, I’m not going to lie to you, it’s been a slow day, so I’m going to link to this Bill Paxton pinball machine....more
Environmental Graffiti takes a look at Germany’s hanging railway.
We usually try to stay away from commercial stuff like this, but we think it’s pretty rad that Tropicana literally built a sun to make their point.
A very important tutorial: how to use a semicolon....more
Wednesdays can be hard, so its either this or reading the GG Allin Wikipedia page in its entirety.
Neatorama ponders one of the less talked about casualties of e-book business....more
Scientifically speaking, we are all really boring.
I don’t really understand how this works at all, but the code organ is a mighty fine way to kill some time.
Diary Type is here to supply you with your weekly dose of font porn....more
Start your weekend off with some fine Victorian era photographs of Japan.
The Guardian UK takes a look at unreliable narrators.
Jeez, stop talking about the upcoming 2010 Shanghai World Expo, move on man, 2012’s will be way radder.
Long story short, everything in your house is trying to kill you....more
Robert Voit’s new trees.
If I understand this correctly, prosecutors are charging half eaten hamburgers with murder (note: this is a gross misread of this story)....more