Milos "Sholim" Rajkovic is like a Belgradian anti-war Terry Gilliam, who produces the most remarkable surreal animations made from decomposed heads -- authority figures like generals and ranking clerics are a favorite -- filled with weird gears, fleshy pulsing puckers, crazy clocks, tiny frantic people, and more. I could watch this stuff all day long.
His Youtube channel is fun (the little squeaky noises add a surprising amount to the animation), but really, this is animation whose native format is the GIF, so be sure you check out his Tumblr.
He's pretty articulate, too, despite the language barrier: "its irresponsible to leave for future generations internet full of cute animals."
We love and celebrate the people who sneak into derelict themeparks and photograph their ruins! Beijing, Orlando, Sichuan, South Carolina, Japan, Berlin, New Orleans, even Walt Disney World!
Ed Felten (previously) — copyfighter, Princeton computer scientist, former deputy CTO of the White House — has published a four-and-a-half-page “primer for policymakers” on cryptography that explains how encryption for filesystems and encryption for messaging works, so they can be less ignorant.
The craftperson behind this wonderful, tiny room inside a PC tower is unknown, but they have a flair for detail and style — dig that tiny newspaper! (via Crazy Abalone)
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