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This is glorious and even thought it doesn’t fit in the range of all the paranormal, creepy and science I usually post, I MUST share

It works like this: You tell Kitestring that you’re in a dangerous place or situation, and give it a time frame of when to check in on you. If you don’t reply back when it checks your status, it’ll alert your emergency contacts with a custom message you set up.

It doesn’t require you to touch anything (like bSafe) or shake your phone (like Nirbhaya) to send the distress signal. Kitestring is smarter, because it doesn’t need an action to alert people, it needs inaction.

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When French illustrator Thomas Lamadieu looks up at the patches of blue sky between city buildings, he imagines fanciful characters existing in the geometric gaps formed by the neighboring buildings. Lamadieu shoots photos of those patches of sky and illustrates them for an ongoing series entitled Sky Art. Thus far he has drawn pictures on the skies over streets and enclosed courtyards in France, Germany, Belgium and Canada.
Head over to Thomas Lamadieu’s website to view more images from his whimsical Sky Art series.
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archiemcphee:

When French illustrator Thomas Lamadieu looks up at the patches of blue sky between city buildings, he imagines fanciful characters existing in the geometric gaps formed by the neighboring buildings. Lamadieu shoots photos of those patches of sky and illustrates them for an ongoing series entitled Sky Art. Thus far he has drawn pictures on the skies over streets and enclosed courtyards in France, Germany, Belgium and Canada.
Head over to Thomas Lamadieu’s website to view more images from his whimsical Sky Art series.
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archiemcphee:

When French illustrator Thomas Lamadieu looks up at the patches of blue sky between city buildings, he imagines fanciful characters existing in the geometric gaps formed by the neighboring buildings. Lamadieu shoots photos of those patches of sky and illustrates them for an ongoing series entitled Sky Art. Thus far he has drawn pictures on the skies over streets and enclosed courtyards in France, Germany, Belgium and Canada.
Head over to Thomas Lamadieu’s website to view more images from his whimsical Sky Art series.
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archiemcphee:

When French illustrator Thomas Lamadieu looks up at the patches of blue sky between city buildings, he imagines fanciful characters existing in the geometric gaps formed by the neighboring buildings. Lamadieu shoots photos of those patches of sky and illustrates them for an ongoing series entitled Sky Art. Thus far he has drawn pictures on the skies over streets and enclosed courtyards in France, Germany, Belgium and Canada.
Head over to Thomas Lamadieu’s website to view more images from his whimsical Sky Art series.
[via Colossal]
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archiemcphee:

When French illustrator Thomas Lamadieu looks up at the patches of blue sky between city buildings, he imagines fanciful characters existing in the geometric gaps formed by the neighboring buildings. Lamadieu shoots photos of those patches of sky and illustrates them for an ongoing series entitled Sky Art. Thus far he has drawn pictures on the skies over streets and enclosed courtyards in France, Germany, Belgium and Canada.
Head over to Thomas Lamadieu’s website to view more images from his whimsical Sky Art series.
[via Colossal]
Zoom Info

archiemcphee:

When French illustrator Thomas Lamadieu looks up at the patches of blue sky between city buildings, he imagines fanciful characters existing in the geometric gaps formed by the neighboring buildings. Lamadieu shoots photos of those patches of sky and illustrates them for an ongoing series entitled Sky Art. Thus far he has drawn pictures on the skies over streets and enclosed courtyards in France, Germany, Belgium and Canada.

Head over to Thomas Lamadieu’s website to view more images from his whimsical Sky Art series.

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So, it’s April 15th in Australia. Today marks one year since the Boston Marathon Bombings. I don’t really know what to think or feel about that. I’m not even sure I’ve fully processed what happened that week. I was watching the race from the 25th mile marker on Beacon when the bombs went off. I was looking out my bedroom window across the Charles when the first helicopters and squad cars arrived at MIT after Sean Collier was shot. I counted armored SWAT vehicles from my balcony overlooking Storrow Drive. And I hugged every single Boston Police Officer I saw in Boston Common that Friday night. I wish I could be in Boston today, and for the actual Marathon next week, to cheer on every single runner and to get that closure. I may not be a native, but over the past three years Boston has become my second home, and I’m proud to be a part of such an amazing city filled with incredibly resilient individuals. Today and next week, even from Sydney, my heart will be at the Marathon, where we will run, because we are Boston Strong.

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  • Track Name

    Do I Wanna Know (Split)

  • Artist

    Artic Monkeys

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Arctic Monkeys - Do I Wanna Know (Split)

The left ear is the original version while the right ear is an acoustic version of the song which I found here. Make sure you use headphones!

For more songs or audio edits by me click here.

For a download link click here.

THIS IS THE BEST THING EVER

HOW IS THIS POSSIBLE

THIS REALLY IS THE BEST THING EVER

this is orgasm inducing

Omg my ovaries.

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