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Bookmarks for February 27th

  • The 21st century: FAQ – "Climate change, dust bowls caused by over-cultivation necessitated by over-population, resource depletion in obscure and irritatingly mission-critical sectors (never mind oil; we've only got 60 years of easily exploitable phosphates left — if we run out of phosphates, our agricultural fertilizer base goes away), the great population overshoot (as developing countries transition to the low population growth model of developed countries) leading to happy fun economic side-effects (deflation, house prices crash, stagnation in cutting-edge research sectors due to not enough workers, aging populations), and general bad-tempered overcrowded primate bickering."

    Charlie Stross whinges a bit about the future. Everyone is singing the blues today.

  • Fresh Pita – the fastest bread in the land! : Artisan Bread in Five …
  • The Minimalist – Faster No-Knead Bread, Plus Whole Wheat
  • Mail Art by Riitta Ikonen – "Around a hundred A6 sized cards sent to Margaret Huber from 2004 to 2006 from Japan, Finland, Spain, Russia and England. Hair, fish, a sachet of white powder, a piece of broken record etc. were sent to test the postal system. Only three cards never reached their destination."
  • John Fellows / Mail Art – Decorated envelopes by John Fellows

Kotoburi And Peanut


Available as wallpaper in the following resolutions: 1280×1024, 1680×1050, and 1920×1200.

Röyksopp – Happy Up Here

Love the use of light and depth of field in this video.

The Shadow


Passing Under The Arch


A late post… but better late than never! I’m feeling kind of worn down and have to get up way, way too early today. Hopefully, there will be time for one more wallpaper on Friday. Stay tuned!

The Track Of The Night


Now available as wallpaper for desktops at 1280×1024, 1680×1050, and 1920×1200.

Afternoon Across Rooftops


His Map Of Home


Available as a desktop wallpaper in three sizes: 1280×1024, 1680×1050, and 1920×1200.

Lab Instruments