The Ramones, a New Punk Band, Play One of Their Very First Shows at CBGB (1974) | Open Culture

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How to Hide from Machines «DIS Magazine

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How to Hide from Machines «DIS Magazine
How to Hide from Machines «DIS Magazine

Drone Shadow Handbook (CC-licenced PDF)

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Drone Shadow Handbook (CC-licenced PDF)

Interview: James Bridle | Center for the Study of the Drone

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And I drew the first one purely for my own information. I wanted to know how big they were, and as soon as I saw the effect they had on other people, I thought it might be worth reproducing for other people. But initially, it was for my own benefit, just to get a sense of the damn thing.

Interview: James Bridle | Center for the Study of the Drone

DevArt. Art made with code.

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A Master List of 500 Free Courses From Great Universities | Open Culture

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Johnny Winter’s “Fast Life Rider” features field hollering

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Thought I’d never find this piece on the link to the field hollers again, but here it is Soundcarrier has an interview with Tommy Shannon [Adobe .swf] who played bass on “Fast Life Rider” (and would later join Stevie Ray Vaughan’s Double Trouble):

Start Developing iOS Apps Today: Introduction

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Continuous payments authority: know your rights | Money | The Guardian

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If youve authorised companies to take cash out of your bank account on a regular basis dont believe anyone who says you cant cancel, writes Rupert Jones
Continuous payments authority: know your rights | Money | The Guardian

David Foster Wallace: The Big, Uncut Interview 2003 | Open Culture

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Cloning a Windows hard drive | Ask Jack | Technology | guardian.co.uk

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Google Maps Mania: Create and Share a Google Map in Seconds

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400 Free Online Courses from Top Universities | Open Culture

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On pirates and piracy – O’Reilly Radar

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The Counter-Intuitive Benefits of Small Time Blocks :: Tips :: The 99 Percent

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Stillpower: The True Path to Flow, Clarity, and Responsiveness :: Articles :: The 99 Percent

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BBC iPlayer – Check your connection speed

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Amazon.co.uk: Customer Reviews: Canon Canoscan 9000f Film / Photo And Document Scanner (9600x9600dpi, 48 Bit Colour Depth)

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Why I Went Paperless Contributed Post by Evernote Ambassador Jamie Rubin « Evernote Blogcast

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Snohetta’s Gorgeous Reindeer Observatory – Core77

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Matt Machine’s vintage motorcycles promo

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Matt Machine’s vintage motorcycles promo.

Google Ultimate Interface | Fagan Finder

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The Very Best of Coca-Cola

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Live performance of “No Way”, from David Gilmour’s 1978 debut solo album

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Live performance of “No Way”, from David Gilmour’s 1978 debut solo album

10 ways to get over an artist block

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How to Start | zen habits

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Starting is the key to a habit. If you don’t start, you won’t ever make it a habit. So make it as easy as possible. Want to exercise? Just lace up your shoes and get out the door. Even just 5 minutes is all you need.

How to Start | zen habits

Don’t EU rules provide two-year guarantee? | Money | The Guardian

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Three steps to a hip chip

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All (199) articles by Tom Lubbock – journalisted.com

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London Pub Poker

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How To Download A Video From Vimeo on Vimeo

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How a quartz watch works | Tech | Gear

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Issuu – the-dors Profile (artist’s texts, among them Sherrie Levine)

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PJBOX UK: Online Store – Etymotic ER6I-14A Beige foam eartips small

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Ordered parts from this company once, very good service.

PJBOX UK: Online Store - Etymotic ER6I-14A Beige foam eartips small

Nonmanifold Mandible [Inspiration] by Ben F. Carney | CreativeApplications.Net

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Nonmanifold_mandible investigates loss of control over human emotions. To parallel unreasonable human behaviours, control over a digital charachter’s facial expression is given to four channels of emotive audio, allowing for violent reactions and a loss of identity.
Created by Ben F. Carney.

Nonmanifold Mandible [Inspiration] by Ben F. Carney | CreativeApplications.Net

The Art Damien Hirst Stole (stuckism)

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Poker Finances as 04 October 2010.

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Second update of the year. Five competitions entered after the holidays, all with negative results.

£200+15 Pot-Limit Omaha event at The International is the one where I feel I should have done a lot better. Tiredness and a late running Northern Line meant that I was in a funny mood though, so I ended 10th after holding the chip lead early on (£T35K when average was T10K) . Winning a three-way pot with TTQK on a 29T flop vs Miriam with a wrap and player in front of me with 22xx. A short while later I knocked out a player flopping a set with AA in my hand. One very bad bluff against a good player and then some bad plays later on meant I could not cash in this one. On a normal day (not squandering the chip lead) I should have been in top 5. Mistakes I made on the night: not betting my draws strongly enough (leading to compounded errors), not calling with second nuts when pot odds and stack sizes said I should, trusting TfL on a Friday night. I knocked out two pros though, one of them being the impatient/patient Jac Arama. Impatient because he got very busy when he finally arrived, patient because when Jac went short stacked he proceeded very carefully (not calling post-flop in spots where others think they might “have to call”). So -£215 it would have been where it not for the fact that Mat and me had swapped 10%. He ended up winning it, making me £239; so I ended up with a 24 quid profit on the night.

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The Quietus | Features | Monday Mix Tape: Seb Rochford On Why It’s Not Just Jazz

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Print Club Studio | Dalston, London

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William Burroughs on…Led Zeppelin! | ARTHUR MAGAZINE

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