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iwriteaboutfeminism:

200 protesters continue to march for justice on Thursday night, Aug. 21st.

socialjusticekoolaid:

What they won’t show you on CNN tonight: Ferguson residents line a parade of roses down W Florissant, leading to where Mike Brown was taken from this world. #staywoke #powerful #insolidarity 

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diamondsanddenims:

imdeanbytheway:

robotsandfrippary:

earthlyghost:

mormondad:

melancholic-fangirl:

southern-conservatism:

drugsound:

Government is good.

Big Brother is watching you.

The State wants to take care of you.

north Korea scares me to death. the fact that a place like that still exists in modern day. those people are prisoners.

1984 is here and now

this is too 1984 to be real

why the fuck have i barely heard anything about this shit? Why aren’t more people outraged about this? and talking about this? this is fucking horrible! Something has to be done it’s fucking 2014 why the fuck is this even happening

i have family in North Korea that no one has seen since the war.

Why isn’t anyone telling us about this?
I’m a sophomore in high school. Who gives a shit about The Second Great Awakening? What about this? What about the Korean Reich that’s strangling it’s own people? Why hasn’t anyone at least pretended to care? Fuck Beyoncé, fuck whatever is coming soon to theaters. Why isn’t the suffering of human beings the first headline in the NY Times? Why hasn’t my history teacher taken a moment out of the 53 minutes in our class to inform us? Why?

Why?

We once had an English teacher who told us all about North Korea. In fact, it was a typical topic of conversation, along with other cruelties throughout history. It’s not just that it was more interesting than most of the stuff we learnt, she actually opened our eyes. She showed us videos and even read to us a book that was written by someone who escaped a North Korean concentration camp, called Escape From Camp 14. We were only 13, so she could’ve just told us to shut up if we ever asked questions, but she didn’t, and I can’t thank her enough.

The radio and internet things are literally right out of 1984.

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sixpenceee:

unexplained-events:

Last Meals of Inmates on Death Row

Single black olive with a pit in it

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svaggity-svat-i-can-do-zat:

THIS IS THE ONE GIF SET I HAVE WAITED MY ENTIRE LIFE FOR

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Jinha Lee
SpaceTop Project 3D Desktop (Conceptualizations)
2011-2013.
Integrated 2D and spatial 3D interactions in a see-through desktop environment.
Advice and Mentoring: Alex Olwal, Hiroshi Ishii and Cati Boulanger.
Assistance in Software Development: Akimitsu Hogge, John Weiss.
SpaceTop is a technological and design solution to fuse 2D and spatial 3D interactions in a single desktop workspace. It extends the traditional desktop interface with interaction technology and visualization techniques that enable seamless transitions between 2D and 3D manipulations. SpaceTop allows users to type, click, draw in 2D, and directly manipulate interface elements that float in the 3D space above the keyboard. It makes it possible to easily switch from one modality to another, or to simultaneously use two modalities with different hands. We introduce hardware and software configurations for co-locating these various interaction modalities in a unified workspace using depth cameras and a transparent display. We describe new interaction and visualization techniques that allow users to interact with 2D elements floating in 3D space and present the results from a preliminary user study that indicates the benefit of such hybrid workspaces.

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