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▶ Ruin: A Post Apocalyptic Short Film – YouTube

My favorite thing about this short film: the cicadas in the background. Thanks Curio!

Curio Reverie

It’s been a while since I posed a good short film, but I stumbled across this in my ramblings. Excellent computer animation. Make sure to watch to the very end. There’s a little tidbit at the end for ya.

▶ Ruin: A Post Apocalyptic Short Film – YouTube.

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Buy me anything from ThinkGeek.com

I’ve got a lot of geeky followers and just wanted to make sure everyone knew of this amazing online store. No, I’m not being paid to say this. Every time I visit ThinkGeek I find myself saying “That is awesome!”. From the ‘all-edges brownie pan’ to working laser projected keyboards ThinkGeek has everything for the Nerd in your life. Here’s a sampling of the awesome: Continue reading

Terrifying Biomimetic Robots

There’s a series of amazing REAL robots revealed in this article from WIRED.  Salamanders that swim and walk, Quadrapeds that can pick up and throw cinder blocks (not kidding).  Not to mention the (not terribly useful but cool looking) Queen of Blades contraption show above.  Go check it out, we need to be prepared for the impending robot uprising…

My GUI on Ubuntu – Video

A while back I made this video showing off my portable lunix Ubuntu set up.  I love the freedom and flexibility in the interface.  Its a shame they had to go and change it.  I’m probably going to make the switch to linux Mint eventually here.

Getting tired of Ubuntu – Wired blog article

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I am aware that this entry may not have much appeal to many of the followers I’ve accumulated, but it’s of interest to me and that’s enough for this blog.  Continue at your own risk… Continue reading

Dieselpunk Wallpaper


I found the image, on Flickr I think, and tweaked it.  But I’m afraid I lost the original image and don’t know who to credit with the original stock.  It gives a nice diesel/steampunk feel to your desktop.

Bio-Robot Refridgerator


Coolest. Fridge. Ever.  It works by adsorbing and converting the infrared heat energy of items in the gel into visible light, the conversion requires no additional energy therefore the fridge uses almost zero energy to cool.

Because, Unicorns.

Adventures in Parenting, Family Blending, Loving, and Living.

Theo Taylor

Theo Taylor is a writer, fitness freak and college student who has been published by Thought Catalog, Asimov's and Aphelion. He writes star spanning science fiction and monster filled high fantasy. His debut novel ROGUE COSMOS will release in August, 2015. If he's not reading or writing, check the gym. He's almost always in the gym.

Killer Kitsch

Art, entertainment and pop culture blog for the discerning geek & nerd

Kin S. Law

Steampunk & Sci-fi-fantasy author


Wherewolves the Novel


Official site for author JD Spero

Just another blog, a place to share my inspirations, my writing, etc...


Writing Stories on the Hearts of Children

Spark: A Creative Anthology

Spark is a quarterly anthology accepting Poetry, Flash Fiction, Short Stories, and Creative Non-Fiction. We encourage both established and emerging talent.

Under a Starlit Sky

Flash Fiction & Short Stories

Tony's Thoughts

My opinions, my views. Nothing else.

Anika's Antics

The Official page of Anika Arrington. I write things. Some of them end up here.

here + now

let's talk . let's drink. let's live.


Steampunk music and the people behind it

The Daily Wordforge

Wordsmiths, tell stories.


Nate Silver’s FiveThirtyEight uses statistical analysis — hard numbers — to tell compelling stories about politics, sports, science, economics and culture.

New England Science Writers

A professional organization of reporters, writers, freelancers, producers, bloggers, authors and communicators in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont

The Dream Forge

by Anders Blixt, SF author and game designer


Blowing minds, melting faces, and pissing off The Man since 2009.

Protect Young Minds

Kids Can Learn to Reject Pornography

Rave Reviews By Nonnie Jules

Reviews Make an Author's World Go Round

How do we feed the world's starving

We feed billions of people in need, this is how.

The English Major's Blog

A blog for Sheila van den Heuvel-Collins: writer, editor and tutor


science | philosophy | thinking

Silly Robots

Writing Science Fiction was always this fun

Planetary Defense Command

Defending the planet from bad science fiction

From Researcher to Patient

My fight against acute myeloid leukemia...round 2

The Torn Page - A K Hinchey's Writing Blog

Where fantasy and reality collide...

All Five Sisters

All five of us - together in one place!

Ben Ireland Books

Books by Ben Ireland

Nelson Literary Agency

Just another blog, a place to share my inspirations, my writing, etc...

Marian Rosarum

fairy tale and literary fantasy author

Scenes and Sequels

The writing and ramblings of David Kearney

Lori Lesko - BLOG

Just another blog, a place to share my inspirations, my writing, etc...


a creative lifestyle blog


tell a redemptive story with your life. now.


The Science Of Survival

Airship Ambassador

Information for the Steampunk Community - www.AirshipAmbassador.com


Just a shiny little place to dream.

Just another blog, a place to share my inspirations, my writing, etc...


Just another blog, a place to share my inspirations, my writing, etc...


Just another blog, a place to share my inspirations, my writing, etc...

Novel Conclusions

"We are all apprentices in a craft where no one ever becomes a master." - Ernest Hemingway

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