"I need something to constipate my mouth."
- Nadya Suleman (a.k.a. "Octomom")
This guy creates 100 fictional artists, all with different styles and ideas, and then creates their work for them. Funny stuff. One of my favorites was the collective Sober Dovermans, whose practice is, "spreading pragmatism one person at a time." Heh, their famous work involved putting warning flags on every barb of a barbed wire fence. Brilliant.
Anthony Atala is not only growing new organs, he's printing them; sometimes even directly on the patient. Although still heavily under clinical study, he's already successfully implanted an "artificial" bladder; and that was 10 years ago.
After the U.S. lost 8.36 million jobs over a two year period from December of 2007 through December of 2009, our economy has recovered 1.12 million jobs as a result of the Federal Reserve and U.S. government spending $4.6 trillion on bailouts and stimulus programs. That is over $4 million spent for each job created. Instead of bailing out Wall Street and allowing non-productive bankers to receive record bonuses, the U.S. could have sent a check for $550,000 to each middle-class American who lost their job.
- National Inflation Association (NIA)
I'm a schizoprogramedesigner. I started as a graphic designer and grew fond of animations and UX using flash. Did I mention I love math and science? Oh right, I love physics, which leads me to love math and science. I am insanely addicted to future technology. I would love to invent a levitation device, but my current skills restrict me to my recent Raspberry Pi addiction.I have a real passion for art in it's rawest form. I'm not the greatest of artists, not even by a long shot, but I truly appreciate the different ways an individual chooses to express themselves. So much so, that I've been working on a way to make this easier to do: http://www.groovethevibe.com
I love my job
I used to blog
I use Twitter mostly for bookmarking
I code A LOT
I design much less than I would like