sábado, 28 de mayo de 2016

Un snip de Mœbius

Entré al site de Jean Giraud
Por poco me compro una T-shirt de 70 €. 
Re-capacité; le hice un snip al pie de la página:


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miércoles, 25 de mayo de 2016

Léxico

El diccionario más viejo del mundo © Marie-Lan Nguyen / Wikimedia Commons
Loca—de que literal;
Literalmente, o sea;
de que—literal—
de que literalmente 
todo es literal.

Por ley.
Literal.
De que.

O sea: literalmente literal.
Loco. O sea. Literal.
Loco: de que—por ley;
paL de literal—
¡Literalmente, loco!
¿Literalmente, loca?
¡Loca literal!
Loca, ¿literal?
O sea… ¿literal?
De que… ¿literalmente?
De que por ley
todo, literalmente todo
es ley.

lunes, 23 de mayo de 2016

Rest in Pixels -- documental de BBC

Detalle de Ascent of the Blessed por Hieronymus Bosch (1500 - 1504)
There are now over 30 million dead people on Facebook, so what happens when we leave that digital representation of ourselves behind? This film delves into the explosion of ways in which to store, advance, digitise and personalise our very own digital legacies. From avatars and holograms, to androids and algorithms that can tweet on our behalf from beyond the grave. We are now no longer resting in peace, we are resting in pixels

sábado, 21 de mayo de 2016

Marte, vía Hubble

Vía
On May 30, Mars will be the closest it has been to Earth in 11 years, at a distance of 46.8 million miles. Mars is especially photogenic during opposition because it can be seen fully illuminated by the sun as viewed from Earth.
A Martian day is about 24 hours and 37 minutes


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viernes, 20 de mayo de 2016

Time-lapse de un hongo filamentoso

Vía
Mold time lapse from chemicalreactiongifs
An aspergillum is used in Roman Catholic and Anglican ceremonies, including the Rite of Baptism and during the Easter Season. In addition, a priest will use the aspergillum to bless the candles during candlemas services and the palms during Palm Sunday Mass. At a requiem, if a coffin is present, the priest will sprinkle holy water on the coffin. The aspergillum can be used in other manners where sprinkling of holy water is appropriate, as in a house blessing, in which the priest might bless the entry to the home. The name derives from the Latin verb aspergere 'to sprinkle' (vía).