scientistjz:

scientistjz:

Over 10,000 #trees  mapped thus far!  #TreeIdentification #interning #GIS #MakingPaperPlayingOutside #ArcGISOnline #ArcGIS

Yes I’m using #ArcCollector in tandem w Arc Online. I don’t know how to reply other then rebloggibg the post arcsensei

scientistjz:

scientistjz:

Over 10,000 #trees mapped thus far! #TreeIdentification #interning #GIS #MakingPaperPlayingOutside #ArcGISOnline #ArcGIS

Yes I’m using #ArcCollector in tandem w Arc Online. I don’t know how to reply other then rebloggibg the post arcsensei

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thisistheverge:

The Viking Facebook
An unusual article recently appeared in the magazine of the Royal Statistical Society and American Statistical Association. It featured web-like diagrams of lines connecting nodes, a hallmark of research that analyzes networks. But each node, rather than being a plain dot, was the head of a burly, red-bearded Viking sporting a horned hat, his tresses blowing in the wind.

thisistheverge:

The Viking Facebook
An unusual article recently appeared in the magazine of the Royal Statistical Society and American Statistical Association. It featured web-like diagrams of lines connecting nodes, a hallmark of research that analyzes networks. But each node, rather than being a plain dot, was the head of a burly, red-bearded Viking sporting a horned hat, his tresses blowing in the wind.

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ted:

newyorker:

The Korean artist Jee Young Lee created an elaborate installation in her studio, in Seoul, using everyday materials—plywood, paper cups, straws—and handmade props. The constructed landscapes are her interpretations of personal experiences, dreams, and Korean folk tales. Take a look: http://nyr.kr/QrERhB

Top: “Reaching for the Stars”
Bottom: “I’ll Be Back”
All photographs by Jee Young Lee

So inventive and stunning. 

(Source: newyorker.com)

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library-lessons:

This is why we love Snape.

-image via Geeks are Sexy

library-lessons:

This is why we love Snape.

-image via Geeks are Sexy

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maadskittlez29:

Do you love the colors of Marvel?

YES. YES I DO.

(Source: tonystarkfucksaround)

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mapsontheweb:

Hey guys! Here’s a follow-up! The World at 1 A.D.
Related: The World at 1000 BC

mapsontheweb:

Hey guys! Here’s a follow-up! The World at 1 A.D.

Related: The World at 1000 BC

(Source: commons.wikimedia.org)

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“Peter Jackson and I always preferred Gandalf the Grey. Gandalf the White is a bit of an old stick; he’s on a mission and he has to see it through, his beard is shorter and he is tidier and he is dressed in white and he’s sort of an icon. But Gandalf the Grey likes a drink, likes to party, likes to set off fireworks, doesn’t mind a joke.”

Peter Jackson and I always preferred Gandalf the Grey. Gandalf the White is a bit of an old stick; he’s on a mission and he has to see it through, his beard is shorter and he is tidier and he is dressed in white and he’s sort of an icon. But Gandalf the Grey likes a drink, likes to party, likes to set off fireworks, doesn’t mind a joke.

(Source: mihtrandir)

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scar-will-recover:

Well I went fancy underwear shopping and they finally arrived. Posted by popular demand… Thoughts?

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Happy 75th Birthday!

(Source: mithrandy)

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