Filtered for a squelchy something or other

15.34, Saturday 24 Jan 2015


Words in the 25 most common passwords of 2014:

  • password
  • qwerty
  • baseball
  • dragon
  • football
  • monkey
  • letmein
  • mustang
  • access
  • shadow
  • master
  • michael
  • superman
  • batman
  • trustno1


I can’t remember when I first saw this, a segment from a BBC natural history document of a man hunting an antelope by endurance running.

It takes hours.

The hunter uses his hand to get into the mind of the antelope – there’s a moment where he has to think at it does, choose the same direction, pure animal empathy.

Yeah humans! I can’t help it, every time I see this. Go us!

It’s a bit of a weird reaction I know, because mostly my sense of “us” is mammals. When I think “we’re all in it together,” when I’m trying to figure out what’s ok and not ok about sacrificing dogs in the pursuit of leaving this planet to live in space, my loyalties are mammals. And my sense of “people” goes wider still. Distinguishable matter, probably. Asteroid people. A very different mode of thinking and being, sure, but a type of personhood and rights unto themselves.


I’m completely obsessed with this extended mix of Bojack’s theme: great sounds. Deep dubstep bass, loooong sax, and some weird squelchy something or other. Can’t stop listening.

Bojack Horseman on Netflix.


A digital clock where all the components are visible, every resistor, capacitor and all the wiring unpacked from its silicon chips, and laid out.

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