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Docked One Last Time
Backdropped by a night time view of the Earth and the starry sky, the Space Shuttle Endeavour is photographed docked at the International Space Station on May 28, 2011. (via)

Image Credit: NASA picked by plurk 4 months ago
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Bamboo scaffolding
Artful scaffolding picked by plurk 4 months ago
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A curious similarity
Is airplane seating designed like slave ships? picked by suebe 5 months ago
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Eye bleach please
Worst PowerPoint slide picked by suebe 5 months ago
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Long Exposure Photos of Planes Taking Off and Landing at SFO
Long exposure photographs of planes taking off and landing at San Francisco International Airport. picked by plurk 5 months ago
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To the sky!!!
Endeavour takes off on its last mission. picked by suebe 5 months ago
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Water Bears will make the trip aboard Shuttle
Oh, sure, human astronauts will be on board Space Shuttle Endeavour's STS-134 mission set to launch Monday. But so will five microscopic life forms picked by Bornbad 5 months ago
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Ugly Truth of Space Junk
Dealing with the decades of detritus from using outer space -- human-made orbital debris -- is a global concern, but some experts are now questioning the feasibility of the wide range of "solutions" sketched out to grapple with high-speed space litter.The Ugly Truth of Space Junk. picked by Bornbad 5 months ago
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Breaking Up: Futuristic Multi-Functional Separating Car
Breaking Up: Futuristic Multi-Functional Separating Car picked by Bornbad 5 months ago
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Flying Robotic Swarms To Create Wi-Fi Clouds
A team of scientists at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology have designed a robotic system that enables the rapid establishment of a pop-up Wi-Fi network. picked by Bornbad 5 months ago
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Where did she go?
Mona Lisa without Mona Lisa picked by suebe 6 months ago
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Alien sighting
Jon Rafman captures Google Street Views. picked by suebe 7 months ago
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The Icon-II
The Icon-II is a design for supersonic flight over land that comes from Boeing. Apart from fulfilling the specifications, it also reduces fuel consumption and airport noise. picked by Bornbad 8 months ago
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One Nation Under CCTV
One Nation Under CCTV picked by Bornbad 8 months ago
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Penguin Classics
Appreciate the classics. picked by plurk 8 months ago
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Hand me a diaper, please
Happy 100th Birthday to the aircraft carrier!

And what's docked across the bay at the Naval Weapons Station Earle? An aircraft carrier! Picture coming in comments when the fog clears. picked by suebe 9 months ago
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Hands-free sandwich holder
Because you wouldn't want your life to be brought to a screeching halt to do something superfluous like eat a meal??? picked by b2run 9 months ago
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B-1B breaking the sound barrier
B-1B breaking the sound barrier picked by Bornbad 10 months ago
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Uh oh...
picked by suebe 10 months ago
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The Future That Never Was: Sleek 1938 Concept Car
Future, Sleek, 1938 ,Concept Car picked by Bornbad 10 months ago
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How Google works: In gory detail
How Google works: In gory detail picked by Bornbad 11 months ago
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Autocorrect doesn't always work the way you want it.
Autocorrect doesn't always work the way you want it. picked by b2run 11 months ago
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Food, Glorious Food...
explain the Internet to a 19th century urchin. picked by suebe 12 months ago
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Recycling old hardware
Recycling old hardware picked by b2run 12 months ago
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Facebook DOS-Style
Social Networking in 1984: Facebook picked by paklebs 12 months ago
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