Robert Fludd drew The Nothingness Prior to the Universe in 1617 for his Utriusque Cosmi. Google Images, when challenged, suggests it might also be a vintage chenille rug or overdyed strech denim from J. Crew. [via Public Domain Review: "indelibly modern"; more]
"Et sic in infinitum" means "and so on without end."
This photocopier’s already had enough Monday. [Origin unknown; via Cursed Images] Previously: What is a photocopier? UPDATE: This is from a subreddit called Tech Support Gore! BB reader Grey_Devil has found more.
Ever wondered what it takes to make the transition from amateur photography to a full career? If you answered “a better camera,” you’re half right. Before you get the equipment, get the know-how to use it with the Hollywood Art Institute Photography Course & Certification. Taught by experienced pros, this course is geared towards shutterbugs […]
Anyone can learn piano, but don’t tell that to the bored kids who had to endure hours of “Chopsticks” and similar drills in their music lessons. Today, there’s a better way. Pianoforall lets you jump right in to discover what makes music fun, leaving you eager to learn more. In a simple but innovative approach, […]
There are two times you never want to just “eyeball” it: Conducting brain surgery and matching shades of paint for your walls. Whether you’re painting or repainting, make sure you’re never just “close enough” to the color you want. Not when the Nix Mini Color Sensor can scan and match any color perfectly. Small enough […]