Misandry and Tea

rickenstark:

because you’re a lannister: probably the contents of tywin’s ipod.

the rains of castamere - the national | rains of castamere - malukah | the rains of castamere - karliene | the rains of castamere (dronelife cover) - irisarri | the rains of castamere (red wedding edition) (cover) - dan becker | the rains of castamere - major revan | the rains of castamere - alannamatty | father figure - george michael
[listen]

rickenstark:

because you’re a lannister: probably the contents of tywin’s ipod.

the rains of castamere - the national | rains of castamere - malukah | the rains of castamere - karliene | the rains of castamere (dronelife cover) - irisarri | the rains of castamere (red wedding edition) (cover) - dan becker | the rains of castamere - major revan | the rains of castamere - alannamatty | father figure - george michael

[listen]



Tove Jansson

Tove Jansson

posted 10 hours ago via steerpike with 7 notes

"Rather than simply seeing these behaviors as a series of exploits or hacks, I see them as signals of a changing posture towards computational systems. Culturally, we are now familiar enough with computational logic that we can conceive of the computer as a subject, an actor with a controlled set of perceptions and decision processes. And so we are beginning to create relationships where we form mental models of the system’s subjective experience and we respond to that in various ways. Rather than seeing those systems as tools, or servants, or invisible masters, we have begun to understand them as empowered actors in a flat ontology of people, devices, software, and data, where our voice is one signal in a complex network of operations. And we are not at the center of this network. Sensing and computational algorithms are continuously running in the background of our lives. We tap into them as needed, but they are not there purely in service of the end user, but also in service of corporate goals, group needs, civic order, black markets, advertising, and more. People are becoming human nodes on a heterogeneous, ubiquitous and distributed network. This fundamentally changes our relationship with technology and information."

favorite artists: Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890)   Part 1 /Part 2

"Though I am often in the depths of misery, there is still calmness, pure harmony and music inside me. I see paintings or drawings in the poorest cottages, in the dirtiest corners. And my mind is driven towards these things with an irresistible momentum."



"I have love in me the likes of which you can scarcely imagine and rage the likes of which you would not believe. If I cannot satisfy the one, I will indulge the other."
— Mary Shelley, Frankenstein (via thelifeguardlibrarian)

“The key is to support someone, but allow them to still be themselves. That’s really hard. You can’t force someone to do or not do something ultimately. You ask yourself: Do you want to do good? Or do you want to control?”


autumn-leaves-falling:

Does anyone remember the episode of Hey Arnold! in which Arnold finds a journal that belonged to his dad? And there was one page in it that Arnold’s grandpa refused to read out loud. Yea, I feel like we should talk about this.

autumn-leaves-falling:

Does anyone remember the episode of Hey Arnold! in which Arnold finds a journal that belonged to his dad? And there was one page in it that Arnold’s grandpa refused to read out loud. Yea, I feel like we should talk about this.


"The rules you were given were the rules that worked for the person who created them."

Ellen Langer, Ph.D. - How Paying Attention Can Change Your Career

(via sgreer)

posted 1 day ago via notational · © sgreer with 349 notes