"Great pacific" one of the biggest pieces of garbage comic books I’ve ever read. Which is funny because it’s about a giant island of garbage in the ocean. Stupid premise, bland characters, suspect dialogue and poor art. Glad I got it for free #comics #Greatpacific #Garbage #instagram #comicbooks #reviews
Just finished this one. Been hearing about it for a long time from @lifehacker pretty good. Lots of good ideas. I don’t think I’m going to get as complicated an organization system as some people do after reading this. But I’m definitely going to take some positives from it. #GTD #GettingThingsDone #books #instagram #productivity
The National Aquarium, Baltimore is a non-profit public aquarium located at 501 E Pratt Street in the Inner Harbor area of Baltimore, Maryland in the United States. Constructed during a period of urban renewal in Baltimore, the aquarium opened on August 8, 1981. The aquarium has an annual attendance of 1.5 million. The Aquarium holds more than 2,200,000 US gallons (8,300,000 l) of water, and has more than 17,000 specimens representing over 750 species. In 2003, the National Aquarium in Baltimore and the independent National Aquarium in Washington joined as one National Aquarium. The National Aquarium’s mission is to inspire conservation of the world’s aquatic treasures. The aquarium’s stated vision is to confront pressing issues facing global aquatic habitats through pioneering science, conservation, and educational programming.
Fartbarf is a three-piece analog electronic band that began in the South Bay of Los Angeles, California.
As Oliver Walker cites on his website, Fartbarf’s description of themselves is: “A mere handful of ape-like orderlies resisting a touchscreen future. Give us knobs or give us death!”  Oliver Walker describes Fartbarf’s sound as a, “..sonic wall of post-neanderthal analog synthesis.”
Fartbarf originated in the South Bay of Los Angeles, California. They are notable for their costumed presence at performances as well as the unique sounds of their all-analog instruments and refusal to use computer-editing to generate their electronic-sounding music.
Buy their new, and only, album at their website fartbarf.com or on amazon and itunes.
They have played at an abundance of Southbay clubs, bars, events, local shops, and, really, any music venue they can get their hands on. Although, much a local band, they have performed in San Francisco, Hollywood, and even Scotland.
The Matrix 15th Anniversary Office Celebration, a set on Flickr.
The Matrix premiered 15 years ago (tomorrow) on March 31, 1999. To celebrate, I staged a little celebration at my office for people to find tomorrow.
In the kitchen, they will find quotes from the speech Morpheus gives Neo about the Matrix, and the choice of taking a red pill (a red Jelly Belly) or a blue pill (a blue Jelly Belly).
I also made a little video showing how I put it together, which, if you’re crazy bored for some reason, you can find here.
From Wikipedia: The Matrix is a 1999 American–Australian science fiction action film written and directed byThe Wachowski Brothers, starring Keanu Reeves, Laurence Fishburne, Carrie-Anne Moss,Hugo Weaving, and Joe Pantoliano. It depicts a dystopian future in which reality as perceived by most humans is actually a simulated reality called “the Matrix”, created by sentient machines to subdue the human population, while their bodies’ heat and electrical activity are used as an energy source. Computer programmer “Neo" learns this truth and is drawn into a rebellion against the machines, which involves other people who have been freed from the "dream world".