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"Wolfram Alpha" sounds like the name of someone’s fursona.

(Source: wrywlf, via 3liza)

“I like that you found it necessary to add subpixel rendering to your ASCII ball”
—#computerscience
“You can’t go around building a better world for people. Only people can build a better world for people. Otherwise it’s just a cage.”

Witches Abroad, Terry Pratchett (via n0b0by)

Well, last time I checked I am a person.

(via paradoxicalechoes)

#MAYBE THIS ADVICE IS AIMED AT NON-PERSONS? #I MEAN I WOULDN’T BE THAT SURPRISED IF IT WAS IN THE CONTEXT OF THE STORY #BUT EVEN IF IT IS #I STILL QUESTION IT’S RELEVANCE TO THIS WORLD

In context, “you” is Lily Weatherwax, who is a witch who decided it was a good idea to give everyone happy endings by her definition of happy endings, which is basically uncorrelated with what the people themselves actually want. The statement is, in context, pro-autonomy and anti-cultural-imperialism: ultimately, it is up to the people affected to decide what a better world looks like and how they would like to go about getting it; people who are unaffected can help, but it’s not their job to lead.  

(via ozymandias271)

(via ozymandias271)

mhals said: I know, those outfits right... look at technotropism's tumblr if you want to fuel your desire for such clothing, as I do...

I will have to take a look a that, it sounds prettyyyyyy

saoirseclohessy:

Charlotte and I handmade our outfits for the French Cafe Garden Party in Le Manoir de l’Île aux Loups. It was a magical day and was amazing to wear nearly 3 months of hard work and feel like princes!

~do not remove source~
Hats by Peacockalorum
Blouses by The Floral Notebook & Innocent World

If I could dress like this every day…

(Source: facebook.com, via mhala-di-di-doop)

ghostbongweedofthesamurai:

i’m starting a sideblog for serious-ass real life internet/data security stuff so that i can separate out actual useful information from the awful trash i post to this blog.

it’s tentatively called decker antagonist and you should follow it for hot tipz on how…

spikedearheart:

its weird eating meat substitutes when youve never tried the food they’re trying to replace

postperfectionism:

Finally.

oh thank God

“As you grow as a programmer you learn that failure is inevitable, so you want to fail correctly”
—An engineer in my office (via andalwaysdance)
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