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Window seat (at The Owl & Turtle Bookshop)

Window seat (at The Owl & Turtle Bookshop)

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Bathroom messaging (at The Portland Hunt & Alpine Club)

Bathroom messaging (at The Portland Hunt & Alpine Club)

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aidosaur:

left-handed: wolf in the woods. ballpoint pen, photoshop.
My right wrist has been in bad bad shape lately, so I’m back to working with my non-dominant hand until I finish a couple rounds with doctors.  Yesterday my personal challenge was fine detail x Ivan Bilibin.

aidosaur:

left-handed: wolf in the woods. ballpoint pen, photoshop.

My right wrist has been in bad bad shape lately, so I’m back to working with my non-dominant hand until I finish a couple rounds with doctors.  Yesterday my personal challenge was fine detail x Ivan Bilibin.

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"This situation is more of an annoyance than a real Internet-wide threat. Most routers in use today at midsize to large service providers, and certainly all of the routers that operate the core infrastructure of the Internet, have plenty of room to deal with the Internet’s current span, because they were provisioned that way by sensible network operators."

Internet Touches Half Million Routes: Outages Possible Next Week | Renesys

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Pre-simmer

Pre-simmer

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(Source: mkeverydays)

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Along The Wiggle

Along The Wiggle

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sunfoundation:

What does 1 year+ of political ads look like?

Sunlight examined every political ad contract from April 2013 to June 2014 and found that candidates and outside groups dropped over $4.6 million in that time frame.

A Sunlight Foundation analysis of 14 months worth of contracts at CBS affiliate KYW provides a glimpse at the relentlessness with which voters in key markets are bombarded with political messages — and intriguing details about how office seekers, political parties and other interest groups target them.

Read the full analysis on the Sunlight Foundation blog.

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It’s a trap (at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium)

It’s a trap (at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium)