1. dropboxofcuriosities:

    The Addams Family Swordfish.

     
  2. Discrimination Pong is a two-player game by Anna Anthropy about privilege and the myth that everyone is equally capable of succeeding in a capitalist society. It’s unsurprisingly an asymmetrical game: like pong, the players use rectangular “paddles” to try and return a bouncing square ball. But while the right player, who not coincidentally plays the white paddle, enjoys consistent playing conditions, the left player is subjected to a series of handicaps: slowed down, shortened, or straight-up made immaterial. At the end of the game, the left player is told to “work harder,” a message which disregards the obvious ways the odds have been rigged against that player.

    (via jaygabler)

     
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  5. Animated sheet music for Miles Davis - ‘So What

     
     
  6. gameraboy:

    Ralph McQuarrie’s poster for the NPR radio broadcast of The Empire Strikes Back, 1982.

    Public radio being super cool.

    (via superpolishyeti)

     

  7. "An unsophisticated forecaster uses statistics as a drunken man uses lampposts — for support rather than for illumination."
     
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  12. (Source: ttrevv, via absurdhowl)

     

  13. Werner the Herzog

    jkottke:

    Werner The Herzog

    Magisterial. (via @moleitau)

     
  14. Joan Blondell & Bette Davis in Three on a Match, 1932

    (Source: julia-loves-bette-davis, via blondell-gazette)

     
  15. digg:

    Watch the Queen of England age through bank notes.

    (via coolchicksfromhistory)