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

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A Visual Guide to Robots & Cyborgs

A Visual Guide to Robots & Cyborgs

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

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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?

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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

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Pixel Art + Star Trek™ = Pixel Trek

Get a never seen impression of the fabulous U.S.S. Enterprise-D™. But not in that way how you know the ship from the tv show.

In a pixelated and isometric universe you can move freely through the ship and explore areas and angles that were not shown on the tv show. For example the restroom next to the bridge, the many corridors and the countless labs and quarters on the U.S.S. Enterprise-D™.

Take a look for yourself at Pixeltrek.com