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Driving with Kids: The Frightening, the Funny & the Finger

I’ve got a theory. If you’ve had a vehicle and a child for any length of time, your family has at least three types of auto adventure stories: 764 more words

Parenting

finger

symbols communicate succinct, often powerful, messages

this finger tattooed on the middle finger, both redundant and clear, symbolizes an unwillingness to communicate further as well as frustration, anger, contempt… 55 more words

Elizabeth Weaver

Biker Flips Off Motorist and Forgets How To Bike...

If you are going to send up a freedom rocket while you are out for a ride please do it safely.  It is easy to see who got the last laugh this time around.

Videos

The Finger, or “Bird Is the Word"

Nixon did it, and so did Kennedy. George W. Bush has been caught numerous times on tape grinning broadly and flashing what he called the “one-finger salute.” It has been described as “flipping someone off” or “giving someone the bird,” but when it comes right down to it, the gesture of raising the middle finger ultimately translates as “fuck you!” Every nation has its own array of verbal assaults, but they also have their arsenal of insulting gestures as well. 1,540 more words

Pop Culture

Barry Likumahuwa

Musisi Harus Punya Indentitas Jelas

Elseos Jeberani Emanuel Likumahuwa. Coba tanya penggemarnya, ada yang tahu? Nama panggungnya singkat, Barry Likumahuwa. Jejak jazz menetes dari ayahnya: Benny Likumahuwa-bassist jazz lawas, dan omnya: Utha Likumahuwa-salah seorang vokalis legendaris Indonesia. 291 more words

Interview

Producing a sonohaptical experience with Arduino

A 3-axis machine controlled by finger movements makes for a unique touch and sound performance.

The collaboration of Jakub Koźniewski and Dmitry Morozov (who you may know as ::vtol::) have devised a slick audio-tactile project that they call  166 more words

Makers Movement

The Finger

Billy Hatcher held his breath, gritted his teeth, and prayed again. He’d been in this sweltering box for twenty minutes already, but every time he thought about moving another cramp ripped through him, doubling him over again (well, as far as one could be doubled over, sitting on the throne, that is). 1,026 more words

Adie Bishop