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Apr 13

FontFonter →

simplebits:

This is a wonderful tool. Enter a URL and replace its fonts with any of FontFonts web fonts. Hmm, this site looks rather nice with FF Dagny and FF Meta Serif replacing Helvetica and Georgia.

Apr 13
adventuretime:

To All Our Brothers and Sisters in the Chapel Hill, N.C., Area

Adventure Time, the huge Cartoon Network hit, will soon be a comic, published by KABOOM!, and Chapel Hill Comics is having a party to celebrate! We will host a launch party for Adventure Time featuring tasty snacks, an Adventure Time costume contest and an EXCLUSIVE CHAPEL HILL COMICS COVER to Adventure Time #1! The launch party will be Saturday, February 18, from 4pm until 7pm. Mark your calendars now!

chapelhillcomics:

Chapel Hill Comics Exclusive Cover to Adventure Time #1!Art by Andrew Neal, Limited to 500 copies Release party Saturday, Feb 18, 2012 at Chapel Hill Comics! If you can’t make the party, you can preorder through the Paypal button below:

adventuretime:

To All Our Brothers and Sisters in the Chapel Hill, N.C., Area

Adventure Time, the huge Cartoon Network hit, will soon be a comic, published by KABOOM!, and Chapel Hill Comics is having a party to celebrate! We will host a launch party for Adventure Time featuring tasty snacks, an Adventure Time costume contest and an EXCLUSIVE CHAPEL HILL COMICS COVER to Adventure Time #1! The launch party will be Saturday, February 18, from 4pm until 7pm. Mark your calendars now!

chapelhillcomics:

Chapel Hill Comics Exclusive Cover to Adventure Time #1!
Art by Andrew Neal, Limited to 500 copies
Release party Saturday, Feb 18, 2012 at Chapel Hill Comics!
If you can’t make the party, you can preorder through the Paypal button below:

Apr 13
cuteboyswithcats:

jtrav & mimsy.
-ownerseyes

cuteboyswithcats:

jtrav & mimsy.

-ownerseyes

Apr 13
popculturebrain:

Poster: ‘The Raven’ | EW
Apr 13

Geekcetera: The Doctor Who Rembrandt →

shopgeekcetera:

This painting represents a very special labor of love that the chief geeks at Geekcetera.net have been scheming on for a few years now. For the past few years Bunny and Everett wanted to commission a series of oil paintings of themselves, and friends, except painted into various…

Apr 13
nationalpost:

U.S. boy, 4, pulls out multiple bags of marijuana at school, tells teacher he wants to shareA four-year-old U.S. boy who announced to his teacher at school snack time that he wanted to share pulled nine bags of marijuana out of his jacket pocket, police said on Wednesday.Police in Meriden, Connecticut were called to Hanover Elementary School Tuesday afternoon after the young special needs student displayed the drugs, authorities said.Meriden police said the nine individually wrapped bags of marijuana appeared prepared for sale. (Photo: Robert Galbraith/Reuters)

nationalpost:

U.S. boy, 4, pulls out multiple bags of marijuana at school, tells teacher he wants to share
A four-year-old U.S. boy who announced to his teacher at school snack time that he wanted to share pulled nine bags of marijuana out of his jacket pocket, police said on Wednesday.

Police in Meriden, Connecticut were called to Hanover Elementary School Tuesday afternoon after the young special needs student displayed the drugs, authorities said.

Meriden police said the nine individually wrapped bags of marijuana appeared prepared for sale. (Photo: Robert Galbraith/Reuters)

Apr 13

quote When you read this sentence to yourself, it’s likely that you hear the words in your head. Now, in what amounts to technological telepathy, others are on the verge of being able to hear your inner dialogue too. By peering inside the brain, it is possible to reconstruct speech from the activity that takes place when we hear someone talking. Because this brain activity is thought to be similar whether we hear a sentence or think the same sentence, the discovery brings us a step closer to broadcasting our inner thoughts to the world without speaking. The implications are enormous – people made mute through paralysis or locked-in syndrome could regain their voice. It might even be possible to read someone’s mind. Imagine a musician watching a piano being played with no sound, says Brian Pasley at the University of California, Berkeley. “If a pianist were watching a piano being played on TV with the sound off, they would still be able to work out what the music sounded like because they know what key plays what note,” Pasley says. His team has done something analogous with brain waves, matching neural areas to their corresponding noises.