One of us is a nerd. The other is a geek. We like stuff.

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io9 has revealed this Mondo Comic-Con exclusive. It’s a beautiful Kilian Eng Ghost in the Shell poster to celebrate Manga Entertainment’s re-release of Mamoru Oshii’s original 1995 film. Yes, if you’re in San Diego, you can head to the Mondo booth for your copy.

io9 has revealed this Mondo Comic-Con exclusive. It’s a beautiful Kilian Eng Ghost in the Shell poster to celebrate Manga Entertainment’s re-release of Mamoru Oshii’s original 1995 film. Yes, if you’re in San Diego, you can head to the Mondo booth for your copy.

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A Visual Guide to Robots & Cyborgs

A Visual Guide to Robots & Cyborgs

(Source: sciencebob.com)

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In November 1981 in UK, Kenneth Baker, the Minister for Information Technology, proclaimed 1982 as “Information Technology Year, IT-82.” to support for the use of IT, like teletext and viewdata.

via Adafruit

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hydrogeneportfolio:

Minimal Posters - Six Women Who Changed Science. And The World.

(via lifeandcode)

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marvel1980s:

1977 - Star Wars promo posters by Coke and Burger King

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Sarah Donner lays down an amazingly cut song about the quantum theory of superposition… and cats.

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3d printing, nutella and Star Wars decos, what more do you need?
(via FoodBeast)

3d printing, nutella and Star Wars decos, what more do you need?

(via FoodBeast)

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The most epic rap battle between Sir Isaac Newton and Bill Nye.

Do you agree? We’re a little upset that there’s no BurgerTime (our favourite all time game), Frogger, Berzerk, Asteroids (WHAT?), Super Mario Bros (original)… what else?

Otherwise, I guess they did alright.

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"In mathematics, the art of asking questions is more valuable than solving problems." - Georg Cantor, inventor of set theory, and prover of infinity

"In mathematics, the art of asking questions is more valuable than solving problems." - Georg Cantor, inventor of set theory, and prover of infinity