99percentinvisible:

Airportag makes pillows of luggage tags with IATA codes (the three-letter codes  that the International Air Transport Association uses to represent different airports around the world). 

openinkstand:

Inky paw prints presumably left by a curious kitty on a 15th century manuscript.
From National Geographic.

openinkstand:

Inky paw prints presumably left by a curious kitty on a 15th century manuscript.

From National Geographic.

jeffgerstmann:

maxistentialist:

I had a dream that Dave Lang from Iron Galaxy would yell Carl Sagan’s Pale Blue Dot. Today my dream came true.

Good to know that the people of Chicago are remaining productive in the freezing cold.

Stephen Colbert can turn eating a banana into quality comedy. 

jessethorn:

David Letterman wears a suit of chips and is lowered into a transparent vat of dip.

omgponiez:

Regret the error.

omgponiez:

Regret the error.

(via paulftompkins)

earwolf:

Achtung Baby? Pt. 2

After last week’s cliff hanger, it’s time for Adam Scott Aukerman to really dig into U2′s influential seventh studio album Achtung Baby. They’ll cover everything from their different reactions to the album when it was released to the Berlin sessions to Scott’s shocking opinion of this record to U2 almost splitting up during the songwriting process. Plus, Adam tells us what he thinks about the villains in Harry Potter and signs a very important contract.

Art by Neclord

(Source: sandandglass)

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frailgesture:

you’re a robot