Atmosphere is the gateway musical drug that gets you hooked on anything and everything Rhymesayers, a hip-hop indie label out of Minneapolis. On this new track, Slug (the lyrical brains behind Atmosphere) is joined by Aesop Rock and Blueprint, two other Rhymesayer compatriots.
This week, Chinese authorities published the results of a long-delayed blueprint for how it will grow its cities—and its economy—by 2020. The plan is sweeping, ambitious, and dense, and it gives us a glimpse of China's future.
When I see a fire hydrant, I selfishly hate it because it hogs a perfectly good parking spot. When I see an exploded fire hydrant, I absolutely love it because it's the urban sign for summer. When I see the schematics behind an early 20th century fire hydrant? I'm in awe of how beautiful the breakdown can be.
Say what you will about Dysons, but the vacuums are a heck of a lot of fun to photograph.
We thought Sony was clever, but here's the original "Blu-ray" device. It's a copier, duplicating large mylar maps by using ammonia and photosensitive paper to transfer the image. And here's a pile of its product: