pointetothesky:

Alphonse Mucha

"Alfons Maria Mucha (Ivančice, 24 July 1860 – Prague, 14 July 1939), often known in English and French as Alphonse Mucha, was a Czech Art Nouveau painter and decorative artist, known best for his distinct style. He produced many paintings, illustrations, advertisements, postcards, and designs."

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onsexandgender:

From a damning newyorktimesofficial investigation into how police and prosecutors virtually ignored rape accusations against Florida State’s Heisman-winning quarterback Jameis Winston in 2012.

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mothgirlwings:

"The Cat Returns" (2002)

mothgirlwings:

"The Cat Returns" (2002)

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onsexandgender:

From “Technology’s Man Problem,” The New York Times:

Sexism exists in many places, but start-up companies have particular qualities that can allow problems to go unchecked. The lines between work and social life are often blurry, because people tend to be young and to work long hours, and the founders and first employees are often friends. And start-ups pride themselves on a lack of bureaucracy, forgoing big-company layers like human resources departments. They say they can move faster that way, without becoming bogged down in protocol.”

At many companies, the result is “a sexist, alpha-male culture that can make women and other people who don’t fit the mold feel unwelcome, demeaned or even endangered,” Claire Cain Miller reports. That culture is self-reinforcing, as more than 1/2 of women flee tech by midcareer — a startling attrition rate that is double that for men (and higher than that in other STEM fields).  (charts via NYTimes).

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A Trip to the Moon (Le Voyage dans la Lune, Georges Méliès, 1902)

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dorkinthefreakkingdom:

milisaz:

Because library porn

Oh…oh my

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fauxataraxia:

this is exactly why i liked the movie, Gundam F91 and the tv series, Space Runaway Ideon - war never thinks about collateral damage

EDIT: Thanks Koichi, for correcting me. ORIGINAL TEXT: this is exactly why i liked this movie - war never thinks about collateral damage

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moviecode:

In the Blade Runner interrogation scene, someone is clearly listing Applesoft BASIC code on an Apple ][+, e.g. “] LIST 100-10000”.

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