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Oh, and ignore the completely embarrassing unfinished-ness of that site, btw. Yeah.

I made this in literally a minute on GIMP because we’re on the tightest deadline ever for a project with the new site, and we had to have something. Tell me it isn’t the worst ever and you’d still be interested in a project represented by it?
Eek. Eeeek.

I made this in literally a minute on GIMP because we’re on the tightest deadline ever for a project with the new site, and we had to have something. Tell me it isn’t the worst ever and you’d still be interested in a project represented by it?

Eek. Eeeek.

this blog has moved

and has a new name, here

My personal moved here

Disposable World is here

NCIU is here

Fuck Yeah, Biomimicry will move soon enough

and I’ve started helping a friend with her new music blog, here

phew

this blog has moved

Still on Tumblr, just hopped accounts so it’s no longer categorized as my personal blog.

Deskchair Traveler has officially relocated/upgraded.

Slowly improving this thing. Please excuse just a little spamming about the new location over the next week, so as to reach different followers.

(FAO hoverers: It’s still on Tumblr, just got a redirect.)

motherjones:

Happy birthday, Golden Gate Bridge.

motherjones:

Happy birthday, Golden Gate Bridge.

mrenzulli:

Oh, I love this map of the “Islands” of San Francisco

Ohh I need this

mrenzulli:

Oh, I love this map of the “Islands” of San Francisco

Ohh I need this

gingerhaze:

A doodle from New York! This couple was walking along holding hands when their path was blocked by an old man with an ice cream cone. Instead of letting go of each others’ hands, they London-Bridged over him and he squatted down to let them pass.

I love this.

gingerhaze:

A doodle from New York! This couple was walking along holding hands when their path was blocked by an old man with an ice cream cone. Instead of letting go of each others’ hands, they London-Bridged over him and he squatted down to let them pass.

I love this.

jtotheizzoe:

City of (Sunspot) Lights
Sunspot AR1476 (photographed above over the Eiffel Tower) has been monitored all week, as the Jupiter-sized coronal “active region” has been pointed squarely at Earth, ready to release a wave of magnetic energy in the form of a solar flare or coronal mass ejection. Last night, a CME was detected, racing toward Earth at over 1,000 km/s.
This awesome animation from the Goddard Space Weather Lab demonstrates the forecasted wave and glancing blow we await on Earth (we aren’t in any danger, but satellites may be disrupted):

Above, the sunspot is photographed Thursday evening over the Eiffel Tower by VegaStar Carpentier.
(↬ SpaceWeather.com)

jtotheizzoe:

City of (Sunspot) Lights

Sunspot AR1476 (photographed above over the Eiffel Tower) has been monitored all week, as the Jupiter-sized coronal “active region” has been pointed squarely at Earth, ready to release a wave of magnetic energy in the form of a solar flare or coronal mass ejection. Last night, a CME was detected, racing toward Earth at over 1,000 km/s.

This awesome animation from the Goddard Space Weather Lab demonstrates the forecasted wave and glancing blow we await on Earth (we aren’t in any danger, but satellites may be disrupted):

Above, the sunspot is photographed Thursday evening over the Eiffel Tower by VegaStar Carpentier.

( SpaceWeather.com)

Hey, followers.

I think I’m jumping accounts. When I started Deskchair Traveler, I didn’t think I’d have any other blogs, let alone a personal one, so it’s set up as my personal, and now things are getting a bit messy. Plus it turned into so much of a reblog blog, and I really want to do more original content, and I may want to be able to add other authors, et cetera. (Also, I’m totally changing the name if I can think of something better—suggestions welcome.) Watch this space for the new version when it happens, as well as new versions of Disposable World, Fuck Yeah Biomimicry, and my personal, probably.

Oh, and ignore the completely embarrassing unfinished-ness of that site, btw. Yeah.

I made this in literally a minute on GIMP because we’re on the tightest deadline ever for a project with the new site, and we had to have something. Tell me it isn’t the worst ever and you’d still be interested in a project represented by it?
Eek. Eeeek.

I made this in literally a minute on GIMP because we’re on the tightest deadline ever for a project with the new site, and we had to have something. Tell me it isn’t the worst ever and you’d still be interested in a project represented by it?

Eek. Eeeek.

this blog has moved

and has a new name, here

My personal moved here

Disposable World is here

NCIU is here

Fuck Yeah, Biomimicry will move soon enough

and I’ve started helping a friend with her new music blog, here

phew

this blog has moved

Still on Tumblr, just hopped accounts so it’s no longer categorized as my personal blog.

Deskchair Traveler has officially relocated/upgraded.

Slowly improving this thing. Please excuse just a little spamming about the new location over the next week, so as to reach different followers.

(FAO hoverers: It’s still on Tumblr, just got a redirect.)

motherjones:

Happy birthday, Golden Gate Bridge.

motherjones:

Happy birthday, Golden Gate Bridge.

mrenzulli:

Oh, I love this map of the “Islands” of San Francisco

Ohh I need this

mrenzulli:

Oh, I love this map of the “Islands” of San Francisco

Ohh I need this

gingerhaze:

A doodle from New York! This couple was walking along holding hands when their path was blocked by an old man with an ice cream cone. Instead of letting go of each others’ hands, they London-Bridged over him and he squatted down to let them pass.

I love this.

gingerhaze:

A doodle from New York! This couple was walking along holding hands when their path was blocked by an old man with an ice cream cone. Instead of letting go of each others’ hands, they London-Bridged over him and he squatted down to let them pass.

I love this.

jtotheizzoe:

City of (Sunspot) Lights
Sunspot AR1476 (photographed above over the Eiffel Tower) has been monitored all week, as the Jupiter-sized coronal “active region” has been pointed squarely at Earth, ready to release a wave of magnetic energy in the form of a solar flare or coronal mass ejection. Last night, a CME was detected, racing toward Earth at over 1,000 km/s.
This awesome animation from the Goddard Space Weather Lab demonstrates the forecasted wave and glancing blow we await on Earth (we aren’t in any danger, but satellites may be disrupted):

Above, the sunspot is photographed Thursday evening over the Eiffel Tower by VegaStar Carpentier.
(↬ SpaceWeather.com)

jtotheizzoe:

City of (Sunspot) Lights

Sunspot AR1476 (photographed above over the Eiffel Tower) has been monitored all week, as the Jupiter-sized coronal “active region” has been pointed squarely at Earth, ready to release a wave of magnetic energy in the form of a solar flare or coronal mass ejection. Last night, a CME was detected, racing toward Earth at over 1,000 km/s.

This awesome animation from the Goddard Space Weather Lab demonstrates the forecasted wave and glancing blow we await on Earth (we aren’t in any danger, but satellites may be disrupted):

Above, the sunspot is photographed Thursday evening over the Eiffel Tower by VegaStar Carpentier.

( SpaceWeather.com)

Hey, followers.

I think I’m jumping accounts. When I started Deskchair Traveler, I didn’t think I’d have any other blogs, let alone a personal one, so it’s set up as my personal, and now things are getting a bit messy. Plus it turned into so much of a reblog blog, and I really want to do more original content, and I may want to be able to add other authors, et cetera. (Also, I’m totally changing the name if I can think of something better—suggestions welcome.) Watch this space for the new version when it happens, as well as new versions of Disposable World, Fuck Yeah Biomimicry, and my personal, probably.

this blog has moved
Hey, followers.

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