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(ultra mega weirdo)
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MUSIC: Lana Del Rey - Ultraviolence (Teaser)
The self-directed music video for Lana Del Rey's “Ultraviolence” has arrived, and in order to build anticipation for its official release, Miss Del Rey has released a 16-second teaser trailer.
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wetheurban:

MUSIC: Lana Del Rey - Ultraviolence (Teaser)
The self-directed music video for Lana Del Rey's “Ultraviolence” has arrived, and in order to build anticipation for its official release, Miss Del Rey has released a 16-second teaser trailer.
Read More
wetheurban:

MUSIC: Lana Del Rey - Ultraviolence (Teaser)
The self-directed music video for Lana Del Rey's “Ultraviolence” has arrived, and in order to build anticipation for its official release, Miss Del Rey has released a 16-second teaser trailer.
Read More
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"So, what’s the trade-off here? In general, we are safer (automation makes airline flying safer, in general) except in the long-tail: pilots are losing both tacit knowledge of flying and some of its mechanics. But in general, we, as humans, have less and less understanding of our machines—we are compartmentalized, looking at a tiny corner of a very complex system beyond our individual comprehension. Increasing numbers of our systems—from finance to electricity to cybersecurity to medical systems, are going in this direction. We are losing control and understanding which seems fine—until it’s not. We will certainly, and unfortunately, find out what this really means because sooner or later, one of these systems will fail in a way we don’t understand."
Failing the Third Machine Age: When Robots Come for Grandma — The Message — Medium (via new-aesthetic)
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Hate you forever, Monday.
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"Let not your love become attachment, nor your hate become destruction."
Umar ibn Al-Khattab   (via thatkindofwoman)
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supersonicart:


Joseba Eskubi’s Eerie Visions.
Haunting abstract works by Spanish artist Joseba Eskubi.  Many of Eskubi’s paintings seem to be a capturing of another dimension through a dimly lit portal or blank, empty eyes.  See more below:
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supersonicart:


Joseba Eskubi’s Eerie Visions.
Haunting abstract works by Spanish artist Joseba Eskubi.  Many of Eskubi’s paintings seem to be a capturing of another dimension through a dimly lit portal or blank, empty eyes.  See more below:
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supersonicart:


Joseba Eskubi’s Eerie Visions.
Haunting abstract works by Spanish artist Joseba Eskubi.  Many of Eskubi’s paintings seem to be a capturing of another dimension through a dimly lit portal or blank, empty eyes.  See more below:
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supersonicart:


Jenny Morgan’s Portraits.
Jenny Morgan’s portraits are stately hypotheticals into the personality of the individual represented.  Morgan chooses friends she is not well acquainted with to increase the mysteriousness of the work, but also she sands away slightly at the canvas which puts forth a sense of “digging away” at knowing something.  Perhaps like an archaeologist might slowly dust away layers of dirt to discover a long lost treasure.  See more of Jenny’s work below:
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supersonicart:


Jenny Morgan’s Portraits.
Jenny Morgan’s portraits are stately hypotheticals into the personality of the individual represented.  Morgan chooses friends she is not well acquainted with to increase the mysteriousness of the work, but also she sands away slightly at the canvas which puts forth a sense of “digging away” at knowing something.  Perhaps like an archaeologist might slowly dust away layers of dirt to discover a long lost treasure.  See more of Jenny’s work below:
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supersonicart:


Jenny Morgan’s Portraits.
Jenny Morgan’s portraits are stately hypotheticals into the personality of the individual represented.  Morgan chooses friends she is not well acquainted with to increase the mysteriousness of the work, but also she sands away slightly at the canvas which puts forth a sense of “digging away” at knowing something.  Perhaps like an archaeologist might slowly dust away layers of dirt to discover a long lost treasure.  See more of Jenny’s work below:
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