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Angry birds space finally here

Angry birds space finally here

Giving the facts that many already know!

Giving the facts that many already know!

insanelygaming:

Non-Regulation Poke Balls
Created by Steve Napierski

insanelygaming:

Non-Regulation Poke Balls

Created by Steve Napierski

smarterplanet:

TED, the conference dedicated to “Ideas Worth Spreading,” took a step forward in its educational mission today by launching a TEDEd video channel on YouTube. Shorter than the 18-minute TED talks that have racked up 500 million views, these videos feature a combination of talking heads from TED stages and animation (artwork by Fast Company Most Creative Person Sunni Brown, among others) tackling topics like neuroscience and evolution for a high-school-aged audience.
Learn more->
via fastcompany:


TED

smarterplanet:

TED, the conference dedicated to “Ideas Worth Spreading,” took a step forward in its educational mission today by launching a TEDEd video channel on YouTube. Shorter than the 18-minute TED talks that have racked up 500 million views, these videos feature a combination of talking heads from TED stages and animation (artwork by Fast Company Most Creative Person Sunni Brown, among others) tackling topics like neuroscience and evolution for a high-school-aged audience.

Learn more->

via fastcompany:

TED

i wish this applied to everyting in life

i wish this applied to everyting in life

Assassin Creed 3 coming Oct.30.2012

Assassin Creed 3 coming Oct.30.2012

DUBSTEP CAT TAKING IT TO NEW LEVELS

DUBSTEP CAT TAKING IT TO NEW LEVELS

ianbrooks:

Assassin’s Creed 3 Tomahawk by Lee Camara

Less than a week from the first shots of the new Assassin’s Creed and we already have this. A replica tomahawk wielded by Ratohnhaké:ton (we just like to refer to him as Connor though). Dayumn Internet, you work at some freaky speeds sometime. Now bring me my scalps.

Artist: deviantart / website

(via: kotaku)

ianbrooks:

Aperture Steampunk Handheld Portal Device by batman-n-bananas

Made from antique clock parts, metal hangers, a teapot stand, plumbing parts, light bulbs, a pocket laser disc, 6 gallons of superglue, and an overabundance of the color brown, this vintage Portal device predates the current handheld model by a couple hundred years, but it’s still handy for every day testing!