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"A Life in BTween" is an animation by artist Charile White to accompany his exhibit at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), "The Sun and Other Stars: Katy Grannan and Charlie White." The exhibition runs from July 22 through October 14, 2012.
Famous patent troll Uniloc is suing the creators of popular indie title Minecraft (PDF), which it claims infringes a patent it holds on copy protection software.
But it might need to improve its own game, as the filing misspells its target as "Mindcraft", and developer Markus "Notch" Persson has already vowed not to give in. Read the rest
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Etsy seller SceeneShoes specializes in "Hand Painted Bras and Shoes" and will paint you a custom Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles brassiere for $35 in up to four weeks. There's also a Nintendo controller bra, a Portal bra, a Hello Kitty bra, and an R2D2 bra.
On the anniversary of Apollo 11, Steve Jurvetson posted an amazing, never-before-seen series of space artifacts. He writes:
On July 20, 1969, Eagle landed on the moon. These are the handwritten notes from the Grumman engineers as they pushed to complete Lunar Module LM-5 in 1968. On the last page, they learn than this particular Lunar Module would be the one to bring the first humans to the moon.
The Grumman Engineering Log served not only as an engineering notebook but also as an intercom between the day and night shift – separate teams that needed to push the ball forward from where the other left off. So we are offered a rare peek into the concerns, uncertainties and conversations that might have otherwise been quietly undocumented.
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[Video Link] Yesterday was the anniversary of Apollo 11's landing on the moon in 1969, the first time humans ever set foot on another world. Today, we discover this long-lost footage and audio from that historic moment. (thanks, inkfumes!)
This unsourced mystery photo shows a heck of a home decor choice, between the sink that looks like a casting of a gap-toothed jaw, the mustardy tiles, and the ornate, gilt-framed mirror. (via JWZ)