1. cold waters

     

  2. fuckyeahbrutalism:

    College of Economics, St. Gallen, Switzerland, 1964

    (Förderer, Otto, Zwimpfer)

     

  3. skeletorislove:

    Skeletor Affirmations (by ghoulnextdoor)

    TODAY I REACH OUT TO OTHERS.

    *Two in one day! The bonus affirmation is to distract from the grievous spelling error in the last one.

     

  4. skeletorislove:

    Skeletor Affirmations (by ghoulnextdoor)

    TODAY I WILL SHARE MY HAPPINESS WITH A STRANGER.

    *posted sans editing.  The extra P is for extra happpiness.

     

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  6. Norwich City 2-3 Liverpool FC

    (Source: secretariats, via liverpoolfc-thereds)

     


  7. image

     


  8. (Source: Spotify)

     

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  11. an easter meditation

    on waiting:

    a period of darkness and silence; the period where everything that crosses your mind seems to scream “when?”. And yet, it is the period that allows for new beginnings; a period for resurrection. I can say: “I am not strong”, and not feel ashamed, because silence is all there is.

    when? 

    for all the apprehension, fear, and distrust, at the end of easter there is good news. 

    death as an agent of restoration.

     


  12. Darkness and Silence

     

  13. polygondotcom:

    Oculus Rift helps dying woman experience the outside world virtually

    Game artist Priscilla Firstenberg used an Oculus Rift dev kit to help her grandmother experience the outside world before passing away, The Rift Arcade reports.

    Cancer patient Roberta Firstenberg had become too weak to enjoy her favorite pastimes or walk around her yard. At the time, Priscilla — who worked on stealth survivor game République at Camouflaj — had a discussion with her co-workers about next-gen systems. After their talk, she got the idea to contact Oculus VR and request a kit. Customer service lead Kevin Crawford responded to her shortly with kind words, telling her that the decision to send her a kit was unanimous.

    (Link to the full story)

     

  14. designcloud:

    Reflected Landscapes by Victoria Siemer

    On tumblr 

    (Source: from89)

     

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