That One Creep

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Oct 1

mastersofthe80s:

The Apple Collection - A clothing line developed by Apple in 1986.

Oct 1

(Source: dork-larue)

Oct 1
pepperandpals:

thepacificparrotlet:

Roxy decided that she needed to be in the photo

This makes me laugh so hard. Like a photobombing bird torpedo.

pepperandpals:

thepacificparrotlet:

Roxy decided that she needed to be in the photo

This makes me laugh so hard. Like a photobombing bird torpedo.

Oct 1

itsstuckyinmyhead:

Band Geek Humor 

Oct 1

(Source: tastefullyoffensive)

Oct 1

straylightjay:

10 questions to never ask a transgender person by Laura Jane Grace

Oct 1

(Source: iraffiruse)

Oct 1

(Source: tattoo-babes)

the-real-seebs:

aerialsquid:

racieb:

thatfuhkinhippie:

Do not plug in pls

oh hi i upgraded ur ram

It’s getting rid of bugs.

There has been a tragic misunderstanding about what kind of web the ethernet port provides access to.

the-real-seebs:

aerialsquid:

racieb:

thatfuhkinhippie:

Do not plug in pls

oh hi i upgraded ur ram

It’s getting rid of bugs.

There has been a tragic misunderstanding about what kind of web the ethernet port provides access to.

(Source: distinguishedbaloney)

popculturesavvyangel:

charlesoberonn:

teamstarpluskid:

mewchamp:

mewchamp:

"Ew you’re a guy and like the color pink are you gay?"

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I’ve been waiting for this post all my life

sillyscrunchy:

trickstercheebs:

scoutgender:

look……this sfm is done we can watch it in its full glory

shit demo we cant take you anywhere

I think it’s time for this to start making the rounds again.

(Source: scoutgender)

(Source: knusprig-titten-hitler)

Spooky Scary Skeletons

beckpoppins:

mamamidnight:

hobo-golden:

I’m so sorry but its just that time of year

so totally not soorrryyyy YHEAAAA!!!!!!!!!

Gotta love TheLivingTombstone.

DJ, DROP THE BONES

yellowfur:

artists, share ur storys
Yes this happened 2 weeks ago haha

yellowfur:

artists, share ur storys

Yes this happened 2 weeks ago haha

mindblowingscience:

'Phase-Changing' Materials Can Make Computers 1000 Times Faster

How many times have you been sitting at your computer for what seems like hours waiting for it to load or boot up? Well, new “phase-changing” materials designed by researchers from the University of Cambridge, can make your computer 1,000 times faster, as well as smaller and more eco-friendly, a new study describes.
Current computer models use silicon, but by replacing it with phase-change materials (PCMs), which are capable of reversibly switching between two structural phases with different electrical states, it could transform the speed of your computer.
"As demand for faster computers continues to increase, we are rapidly reaching the limits of silicon’s capabilities," lead study author Stephen Elliott added in a statement.
Specifically, PCMs can switch between a crystalline, conducting phase and a glassy and insulating phase in just billionths of a second.
These materials, described in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, could eventually enable processing speeds between 500 and 1,000 times faster than the current average laptop computer, while using less energy.
These days, most experts increase a computer’s power by reducing to size of the devices in order to expand the number of logic devices that they contain. However, this method’s full potential is quickly being exhausted. Currently, the smallest logic and memory devices based on silicon are about 20 nanometers in size - approximately 4000 times thinner than a human hair. But PCMs overcome silicon’s limitations since they have been shown to function down to about two nanometers.
Also, an alternative for increasing processing speed without raising the number of logic devices is to increase the number of calculations that each device can perform, something that is possible with PCMs.
Eventually, the researchers say, they want to achieve faster PCM switching times - which is already at a mere 10 nanoseconds - to create computers that “are not just faster, but also much ‘greener,’” Elliott said.

mindblowingscience:

'Phase-Changing' Materials Can Make Computers 1000 Times Faster

How many times have you been sitting at your computer for what seems like hours waiting for it to load or boot up? Well, new “phase-changing” materials designed by researchers from the University of Cambridge, can make your computer 1,000 times faster, as well as smaller and more eco-friendly, a new study describes.

Current computer models use silicon, but by replacing it with phase-change materials (PCMs), which are capable of reversibly switching between two structural phases with different electrical states, it could transform the speed of your computer.

"As demand for faster computers continues to increase, we are rapidly reaching the limits of silicon’s capabilities," lead study author Stephen Elliott added in a statement.

Specifically, PCMs can switch between a crystalline, conducting phase and a glassy and insulating phase in just billionths of a second.

These materials, described in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, could eventually enable processing speeds between 500 and 1,000 times faster than the current average laptop computer, while using less energy.

These days, most experts increase a computer’s power by reducing to size of the devices in order to expand the number of logic devices that they contain. However, this method’s full potential is quickly being exhausted. Currently, the smallest logic and memory devices based on silicon are about 20 nanometers in size - approximately 4000 times thinner than a human hair. But PCMs overcome silicon’s limitations since they have been shown to function down to about two nanometers.

Also, an alternative for increasing processing speed without raising the number of logic devices is to increase the number of calculations that each device can perform, something that is possible with PCMs.

Eventually, the researchers say, they want to achieve faster PCM switching times - which is already at a mere 10 nanoseconds - to create computers that “are not just faster, but also much ‘greener,’” Elliott said.