Hello.
On this website, I post random thoughts, links and pictures that I want to remember. I run another website on the history and meaning of graphical user interfaces. I’m @louije on Twitter.
26/1/2014
8:54
« Well, the community of Geminis is the most consistently in tune with what their spirit is telling them to do or why they have breath in their lungs. »
20/1/2014
11:35
9/11/2013
20:52
At home in our interpreted world.

At home in our interpreted world.

0:11
« We are the music-makers.
And we are the dreamers of dreams,
Wandering by lone sea-breakers,
And sitting by desolate streams;
World-losers and world-forsakers,
On whom the pale moon gleams;
Yet we are the movers and shakers
Of the world forever, it seems.
 »
A. W. E. O’Shaughnessy

(Source: vserver1.cscs.lsa.umich.edu)

21/10/2013
12:09
17/10/2013
18:53
Buttersafe – Name that monster

“Like a ghost, it haunted me with restless sorrow, but it didn’t have any purpose.”

Buttersafe – Name that monster

“Like a ghost, it haunted me with restless sorrow, but it didn’t have any purpose.”

30/9/2013
19:49
Hoy no he hecho nada.
Pero muchas cosas se hicieron en mí.

Hoy no he hecho nada.
Pero muchas cosas se hicieron en mí.

29/9/2013
22:41
« Un mot et tout est sauvé. Un mot et tout est perdu. J’ai chaud. J’ai froid. Quel mot sera assez puissant pour effacer tout un corps d’homme et renverser la situation ? »
— Audur Ava Ólafsdóttir, Rosa Candida
29/8/2013
21:21
1/8/2013
12:29

(Source: dadushin)

Reblogged from this isn't happiness.

17/7/2013
16:02
12:54
16/7/2013
22:41
« I was approached by a reporter, Cal Flyn, from the Sunday Times, to assess this kind of variation in the writings of “Robert Galbraith,” a first-time novelist and author of The Cuckoo’s Calling. (I learned later from the papers that the paper had received an anonymous tip via Twitter that Galbraith was the pen name of J.K. Rowling. And in retrospect there were a lot of other clues as well. For example, Galbraith apparently was surprisingly good at describing women’s clothing, possibly suggesting a female author.) Would I be willing to look into this? I said yes, of course, but with a couple of conditions. First, I needed clean (machine readable) copies of Cuckoo, and clean samples of something comparable undisputedly by Rowling herself. Secondly, I needed other comparable samples from other writers (distractor authors, to use the common term) to assess the degree of variation. »

Reblogged from LKM's stuff

10:15
comicsdotcom:


I illustrated one of my all time favorite stories >  http://www.flickr.com/photos/etcomics/9296462156/in/set-72157634651739089/


“And I’m always a little sorry for them, heavy beings, big ones, to hear how they snore and dream aloud and are so very much alone.”

comicsdotcom:

I illustrated one of my all time favorite stories >  http://www.flickr.com/photos/etcomics/9296462156/in/set-72157634651739089/

“And I’m always a little sorry for them, heavy beings, big ones, to hear how they snore and dream aloud and are so very much alone.”

Reblogged from boo hoo boo hoo boo hoo boo

15/7/2013
23:43