Sheananigans

wetheurban:

DESIGN: The Future of Makeup Has Arrived

Using incredibly precise light projectors, Nobumichi Asai has demonstrated how a person’s face can be digitally altered in real-time.

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lightthiscandle:

good-and-colorful:

cknd:

People who were in their 70’s when Neil Armstrong stepped on the moon grew up with trains and horses as transportation. Just imagine what kind of things we will experience in the future.

This is mind blowing. I read that Neil Armstrong was 17 years old when the last Wright brother died. 

It’s unbelievable how quickly aerospace technology progressed in the 20th century. At the 1959 press conference that introduced the Mercury astronauts to America, Wally Schirra said he joined NASA because of the enormous strides made in the first fifty years of aerospace technology, and that he was looking forward to seeing and influencing the next fifty. It’s astounding to realize that there were only 55 years between the Wright Brothers’ first flight and the selection of the first American astronauts.

littlelimpstiff14u2:

Inside The Infinite 3D Beauty Of Sci-Fi Fractal Landscapes

Using software program Mandelbulb3D, the artist Mark J. Brady (aka Mark Jay Bee) makes fractal landscapes that look like computerized storyboards from Ridley Scott movies— but the difference is that these vast digital settings are comprised of infinitely repeating patterns, bringing viewers into an inter-dimensional space that goes way beyond the 2D fractals we’re used to.

Via The Creators Project

pinkeyedrabbbit:

i solemnly swear i’m up to no good

evilhorse:

It’s too much.

evilhorse:

It’s too much.

Eh, I’ll just get rid of the menubar entirely, there’s still the list of related pages down at the side. It’s a simple basic site and that’s all I need for now, more than anything else I gotta get myself back into the right mindset and drive for producing actual comic pages and y’know, updating

  1. mistahgrundy answered: appearance/comics press options/menu bar/disable the mini navigation. I think!

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I’ve tried that, but there’s only an option to get rid of the entire menubar, which nixes the About/Chapters/Etc. links as well. I wanna keep those!

I’m guessing what I’m gonna have to do is nix that entire menubar, then figure something else out via widgets that does something similar?

Question for folks who know WordPress, and hopefully ComicPress/Comic Easel on top of that! CSS in general, I suppose.

I’ve got it set up so that I have navigation arrows in the main comic portion of my website, but there’s also the default WordPress arrows in the upper right of the page, in the menubar itself.

I am very dumb when it comes to this sort of thing, so: how in the heck do I get rid of that superfluous corner navigation??

How much you wanna bet that a good majority of those 47%, spend most of their time playing Candy Crush or the latest Facebook game? They’re not the ones buying up the next Call of Duty or Halo or whatever AAA game is hot at the moment. So, I don’t see how it’s particularly relevant.
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gailsimone:

Right,  but who gives a shit what you think?

It’s generally known for being a surreal, goofy flop, but the Popeye movie was one of the treasured films of my childhood. My parents had a VHS tape as old as I was that I watched over and over until the damn thing broke. Even as a small kid, I loved this movie about these weird homely folks in their crazy shanty town, coming together with love and support for each other. There were some great puns and silly visual gags for kids, but Robin Williams’ Popeye patter and timing were fantastic, and he brought it all home by coming off as a very warm and affectionate man underneath the sailorman shenanigans as well.

Between Popeye and Aladdin and loads of other movies, Williams was a very definitive part of my childhood. I almost cried at work when I found out, and I’m definitely crying a little bit now. RIP.