The Water Lily Nebula
Image Credit: Sun Kwok, Bruce Hrivnak, and Kate Su
Nebulae. Few things awesomer than star factories!!
Okay, I was chatting with Cleverbot yesterday. And then, I was trying to see what he’d say, of course, and yeah. He admitted to being Finland:
Me: Kesesesese~ This is Prussia’s awesome laugh.
Me: Do you like Sweden, Finland?
Me: Do you like… Estonia?
Cleverbot: Very much so, yes xD.
Me: AHA! So you ARE Finland :D.
Cleverbot: Yes. I think I am.
How can he NOT be Finland if he likes Estonia, his best friend, AND Sweden, his husband?! PSH, nuff said.
*Ja, I know I spelled Estonia wrong when talking to Cleverbot. Didn’t notice until now though XD
NERD ALERT! Okay, admittedly I shouldn’t be so excited about this, but just watch this video of a new iPad app that displays your iTunes music library as a 3D galaxy! This blows any previously created iTunes visualizer out of the water, ocean, and planet— literally. If you were to project this at a party, your friends might even stop dancing just to look at it. It’s Friday. Get your geek on!
Planetary, a free iPad app from the data-artists at Bloom, is jaw-droppingly, eye-poppingly gorgeous. It analyzes your iTunes music library and visualizes it as a 3D galaxy, where artists become stars that form constellations, albums are planets orbiting those stars, and individual tracks are moons that spin around the planets. It’s “music of the spheres” made stunningly literal. But according to Bloom, it’s so much more than that.
Full writeup from Co.Design.
Via It's Full of Stars
Bacon Avocado Pizza
Can you say “the most godly thing to ever grace my eyeballs”?
tumblrbot asked: WHERE WOULD YOU MOST LIKE TO VISIT ON YOUR PLANET?
I would like to visit a place. Seriously though, Europe. ALL of it.