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What Do Water, Beer, Milk, Gasoline, and Sriracha Cost, in Dollars per Gallon?
Bon Appétit magazine looks at the comparative prices of certain liquids, per gallon. Interesting to see how it all stacks up, but no matter how much Sriracha costs, I’ll always contend that it’s WORTH EVERY PENNY.

Yes, but what about inkjet printer ink? That stuff’s gotta be worth a bajillion dollars per gallon…

thesrirachacookbook:

What Do Water, Beer, Milk, Gasoline, and Sriracha Cost, in Dollars per Gallon?

Bon Appétit magazine looks at the comparative prices of certain liquids, per gallon. Interesting to see how it all stacks up, but no matter how much Sriracha costs, I’ll always contend that it’s WORTH EVERY PENNY.

Yes, but what about inkjet printer ink? That stuff’s gotta be worth a bajillion dollars per gallon…

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Original source (my photo!)

Original source (my photo!)

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travelingcolors:

Fog in St. John’s Bridge, Portland | Oregon (by Cameron Booth)


Hey, that’s my photo with over 2,000 notes — awesome! Prints are available at Society6 by clicking here if you’re interested.

travelingcolors:

Fog in St. John’s Bridge, Portland | Oregon (by Cameron Booth)

Hey, that’s my photo with over 2,000 notes — awesome! Prints are available at Society6 by clicking here if you’re interested.

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St Johns Fog
The fog never really lifted from North Portland this past Saturday, and I tacked a little photo shoot onto the end of some errands to capture the St Johns Bridge shrouded in the thick fog. Prints at Society6 here.
(by Cameron Booth/Flickr)

St Johns Fog

The fog never really lifted from North Portland this past Saturday, and I tacked a little photo shoot onto the end of some errands to capture the St Johns Bridge shrouded in the thick fog. Prints at Society6 here.

(by Cameron Booth/Flickr)

Mount Hood from White River 
Have I mentioned how awesome the Panorama mode in the iPhone 5 camera is yet?
(by Cameron Booth)

Mount Hood from White River

Have I mentioned how awesome the Panorama mode in the iPhone 5 camera is yet?

(by Cameron Booth)

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Broadway Bridge Panorama
Testing out the new iPhone 5 Panorama feature. Yes, there’s a couple of visible seams and the Fremont Bridge has a couple of wobbles in its deck, but for being handheld and being a totally automatic process, this is pretty darn good.
(by Cameron Booth)

Broadway Bridge Panorama

Testing out the new iPhone 5 Panorama feature. Yes, there’s a couple of visible seams and the Fremont Bridge has a couple of wobbles in its deck, but for being handheld and being a totally automatic process, this is pretty darn good.

(by Cameron Booth)

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From My Travels #60: Polder
Fields just south of Amsterdam Schiphol Airport, lit beautifully by the setting sun as we take off for Palma de Majorca. Prints at Society6 here.

From My Travels #60: Polder

Fields just south of Amsterdam Schiphol Airport, lit beautifully by the setting sun as we take off for Palma de Majorca. Prints at Society6 here.

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From My Travels #59: Manhattan Storm 
Taken from the deck of the Staten Island Ferry leaving Manhattan. Prints for sale at Society6 here.

From My Travels #59: Manhattan Storm

Taken from the deck of the Staten Island Ferry leaving Manhattan. Prints for sale at Society6 here.

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transitmaps:

London Underground Map Tin in the Doctor Who Christmas Special, “The Snowmen”
It’s not very often I get to combine two of my absolute favourite things in one post: Doctor Who and transit maps! Without giving too much away (spoilers, sweetie!), the tin is presented in-story as being from 1967, and it looks like the BBC props department did a pretty decent job. The map shown on the tin is indeed Paul Garbutt’s 1964 map, which can be differentiated from the very similar 1970 map — even on-screen like this — because of the enlarged “U” and “D” in the “UNDERGROUND” roundel. By 1970, all letters in the logo were the same height.
There is actually a very clever point to the exact dating of the tin to 1967, but again… spoilers!

transitmaps:

London Underground Map Tin in the Doctor Who Christmas Special, “The Snowmen”

It’s not very often I get to combine two of my absolute favourite things in one post: Doctor Who and transit maps! Without giving too much away (spoilers, sweetie!), the tin is presented in-story as being from 1967, and it looks like the BBC props department did a pretty decent job. The map shown on the tin is indeed Paul Garbutt’s 1964 map, which can be differentiated from the very similar 1970 map — even on-screen like this — because of the enlarged “U” and “D” in the “UNDERGROUND” roundel. By 1970, all letters in the logo were the same height.

There is actually a very clever point to the exact dating of the tin to 1967, but again… spoilers!

explore-blog:

Moses Harris’s 1766 chart, one of 100 diagrams that changed the world, was the first full-color circle. The 18 colors of his wheel were derived from what he then called the three ‘primitive’ colors: red, yellow and blue. At the center of the wheel, Harris showed that black is formed by the superimposition of these colors.

explore-blog:

Moses Harris’s 1766 chart, one of 100 diagrams that changed the world, was the first full-color circle. The 18 colors of his wheel were derived from what he then called the three ‘primitive’ colors: red, yellow and blue. At the center of the wheel, Harris showed that black is formed by the superimposition of these colors.

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The Neck, Bruny Island, Tasmania, Australia
Sunset on Bruny Island (by Cameron Booth)

Always nice to see one of my old photos getting some Tumblr love!

The Neck, Bruny Island, Tasmania, Australia

Sunset on Bruny Island (by Cameron Booth)

Always nice to see one of my old photos getting some Tumblr love!

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ilovecharts:

So You Still Think Homosexuality Is A Sin?
via my mother

ilovecharts:

So You Still Think Homosexuality Is A Sin?

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From My Travels #58: Mount St Helens
The still-active crater lies a mere 5.5 miles from the Johnston Ridge Observatory. The massive landslide after the 1980 eruption took just 43 seconds to cover that distance.
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From My Travels #58: Mount St Helens

The still-active crater lies a mere 5.5 miles from the Johnston Ridge Observatory. The massive landslide after the 1980 eruption took just 43 seconds to cover that distance.

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Last Day!

Just a reminder - today is the absolute last day to order my Interstates as Subway Map or U.S. Routes as Subway Map posters. I’ll fulfill any orders made up until midnight U.S. Pacific time tonight, and then that’s it… at least for the foreseeable future.

it8bit:

Pixelate! Triplets
Created by Mike Jacobsen
Shirt available for $14.95(USD) @Neatoshop
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it8bit:

Pixelate! Triplets

Created by Mike Jacobsen

Shirt available for $14.95(USD) @Neatoshop

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