A fish washed up on the road near the windy Lake Inawashiro, Fukushima, Japan in 2009.

A fish washed up on the road near the windy Lake Inawashiro, Fukushima, Japan in 2009.

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Why being a cat is awesome

Deer in Nara, Japan

Deer in Nara, Japan

In the long run, the media bias against incremental progress may be more damaging than any bias the media display toward the political left or right.

Steven Johnson on the value of incremental progress. Johnson’s latest book, Future Perfect: The Case For Progress In A Networked Age, is an absolute must-read.

As Sir Francis Bacon put it in his essays centuries ago,“It were good, therefore, that men in their innovations would follow the example of time itself; which indeed innovateth greatly, but quietly, by degrees scarce to be perceived.”

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Three Enigma machines at the Science Museum in London

Three Enigma machines at the Science Museum in London

Looks more like Shinagawa station than Yurakucho. The NTT Tower is a giveaway.
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Yurakucho by myprivatetokyo on Flickr.

Looks more like Shinagawa station than Yurakucho. The NTT Tower is a giveaway.

travelnippon:

Yurakucho by myprivatetokyo on Flickr.

Sunset over the rice fields and mountains of Fukushima City

Sunset over the rice fields and mountains of Fukushima City

Human society is so hollow, and even while filming I felt pathetic. Each frame by frame was hollow

Why Gangnam Style is a subversive viral pop sensation

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