How do we get rid of a battery this big?

Another week another payslip right? This week has been full of net neutrality discussion, from why we need it to why we need it even more. There was even a vote on some form of non-committal policy from the people in charge, which is awesome. Or not.

Anyway, diving into this mess of links you’ll see there are a lot with a technology focus. Starting with 3d printed makeup and leading into mobile/cell phones, there is also more about wearable fashion, exoskeletons, automated cars and algorithms making decisions. There’s also a large smattering of humour spread amongst zombie apocalypses, comic book adaptions, alien creators, trolls, horoscopes, video and arcade games, photos from war, old papers, hot water, visualising the universe and a large collection of skulls. So jump in as someone has already cleaned all the blood off:

Hey Cloud, you got any dependents?

It’s that time once again when a post is made without any thought for actual time frames. Plenty of things in here already even if we’ve been ignoring webcomics for a few days for various reasons and bacon.

Fencing, spacesuits, science fiction art and marsupial sex all push us off this week. They are quickly followed by an assortment that includes facial recognition, 3d printed food, first person shooter games, social engineering, horoscopes, game hacking, quantum consciousness, superconductors, the dark side of the sun, Star Wars, tricorders, adventure games, hamsters, photos of all sorts of things, and other strange things. So jump in, eat up and enjoy the nightmares that come from it all:

And something important to finish up — something everyone should be looking into:

And they’re right next to me.

There were thoughts of filling this with a little more substance and they were summarily disregarded. It’s going now, or never.

Smaller post means less content, but there is still plenty to read. From quantum physics ruining your day [again] to problems with traffic systems, from GPS screw-ups to the end of the internet, real life with internet lag to future seeking movies, photography to the art of making a globe map, fish that walk and horoscopes. So let’s keep it short and jump in:

Nah, sorry, I’ve got a duck though

There were plans to post this earlier, but they never eventuated into reality. Which is totally fine. Just see what we have in here to make up for it. Or don’t. Right now, it’s not a big deal.

In here today we have links that range around hacking and the law, the concept of irony, online privacy, combining the two most popular games of the year, ladies wearing cream, stills from movie sets, clothing humour, a new take on movie posters, ecological technologies, wearable surveillance, mapping fiction, encrypted emails, fortune telling, pornographer revelations, virtual card games, playing asteroids in real life, frustration leads to anger and not the dark side, and bionic implants making a difference for everyone. Sit down and eat up:

Did Megaman just make a Hadouken?

Let’s get this in a day earlier this week, hmm? There’s plenty in here again. Maybe we can get a regular schedule going sometime, twice a week maybe? Just when exactly is the big question. Stupid workloads.

Included is a lot of art and design stuff this week. Why exactly is not really known, it just is. Topics range through cuss words, fancy jewellery, the ever-present horoscopes, the Big G’s glass again, baseball games, printing houses, strategy games, video cameras, pranks that are actually funny, fan films about games, tech cycles and reality, European monuments, games on buildings, mirror images, behind the scenes from movie sets, erosion and porcelain, new fonts from old and we start, revisit and end with something about the latest foul up on the internet. Dig in: