photographing coal dust.
Signs created by Stop the Cyborgs for restaurant or bar owners who believe the Google Glass’ ability to surreptitiously record or take pictures is an invasion of privacy.
Glasshole free is a listing of the bars and restaurants in San Francisco that have a ban on Google Glass.
"I don’t want to engender some kind of technological apartheid, just provide people with some measure of assurance that there are places where they can let off steam without being surreptitiously recorded. I know that cellphones are quite as capable, but the point is it is harder to be stealthy with a hand-held piece of plastic and glass (and if you are
being stealthy with your cell phone, that’s precisely as creepy as someone stealthily recording with their Google Glass, isn’t it?)”
- Daen de Leon, software engineer and creator of Glasshole free
Men observe the giant statues of Easter Island in Polynesia, December 1922.Photograph by J. P. Ault, National Geographic
Self Portrait in new Apartment, March 2014
CRUMMY PANTS - episode 6
Everyday I change my mind on the subject of children. Sometimes I can’t imagine not being a parent, but then I’ll experience a long spell of being absolutely opposed to the idea.
I have no idea what the future holds in that regard. You can bet this won’t be my last comic on kiddos, though.
i say no!
i feel like if regular citizens were publicly racist, released dangerous chemicals into urban spaces and caused massive explosions they would go to prison
Two on Flickr.
Ostrava, Czech Republic
From my strolls in peripheries of the city.
One of my favourite Americans.