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homagetoalltherabbits:

Bayeux Tapestry meme. I could not have been more pleased to find that this is a thing.

mervilous:

look who is here…

mervilous:

look who is here…

amyvernon:

Wookie the Chew.

DYING FROM THE CUTE.

luthienthye:

Definitely he’s the one :)

luthienthye:

Definitely he’s the one :)

wilwheaton:

It appears that SOPA sponsor Rep. Lamar Smith has decided that his best strategy continues to be to ignore any and all criticism of SOPA and pretend that none of it “is legitimate.” That’s kinda funny since we’ve shown, in great detail, where many of the problems in the bill are (see here,here and here for example — all of which cite specific language from the bill). And yet, according to Smith:

“The criticism of this bill is completely hypothetical; none of it is based in reality,” Smith said in a statement to Roll Call. “Not one of the critics was able to point to any language in the bill that would in any way harm the Internet. Their accusations are simply not supported by any facts.”
We’ve done exactly what he’s claimed we haven’t — as have numerous other parties, including famed Constitutional scholar Laurence Tribe, who also cited specific language in the bill. Ditto with former DHS Assistant Secretary, Stewart Baker, who also cited language from the billabout how SOPA will cause significant security problems for the internet. It makes you wonder: just who does Lamar Smith think he’s fooling? 
coffeymuse:

A rainbow of colours (by Dey)

coffeymuse:

A rainbow of colours (by Dey)

ilovecharts:

sciencecenter:

Don’t trust your sight; or, why visual evidence is a weak form of scientific observation

I love this chart so much.

ilovecharts:

sciencecenter:

Don’t trust your sight; or, why visual evidence is a weak form of scientific observation

I love this chart so much.

petitpoulailler:

kaching: Toddler’s Brain: An Accurate map

petitpoulailler:

kaching: Toddler’s Brain: An Accurate map

castieltakethewheel:

“This is how you parent. Please take notes.”

aotus:

Together We Can Do It!
We just launched the Citizen Archivist Dashboard (http://www.archives.gov/citizen-archivist/).  We encourage you to get involved in elevating the visibility of the records of the United States. Did you know that many grade school children aren’t taught cursive handwriting anymore and can’t read cursive?  Help us transcribe records and guarantee that school children can make use of our documents.  I have transcribed one myself!
Read more on the AOTUS blog…

aotus:

Together We Can Do It!

We just launched the Citizen Archivist Dashboard (http://www.archives.gov/citizen-archivist/).  We encourage you to get involved in elevating the visibility of the records of the United States. Did you know that many grade school children aren’t taught cursive handwriting anymore and can’t read cursive?  Help us transcribe records and guarantee that school children can make use of our documents.  I have transcribed one myself!

Read more on the AOTUS blog…