This review is the creepiest horror story I have ever read. pic.twitter.com/0OL0zwmcxn— Dahlia Adler (@MissDahlELama) February 14, 2020
first day proper in San Francisco, been here about an hour. Wanted to take a piss. Refused to install app so server printed me out a single use QR code. How do you people accept living like this pic.twitter.com/i1TqFKzhWT— Tim Maughan (@timmaughan) February 7, 2020
A fake spy monkey was placed in the midst of a community of monkeys.— FierceWarriorNStilettos (@InactionNever) February 1, 2020
Watch what happens next.
for me, this is a reminder that art inhabits spaces that researchers cannot. @samykamkar was doing this as early as 2011, there was a @BlackHatEvents talk in 2013.. but carrying physical phones past the google offices has a completely different cultural significance. https://t.co/KWwdoPMsrI— Kyle McDonald (@kcimc) February 3, 2020
A man in Netherlands realized people were getting bored while waiting for the train. So he designed a pedal-powered machine that can weave a scarf in five minutes.— Muhammad Lila (@MuhammadLila) February 8, 2020
A bit of warmth on a cold day.
(🎥 IG: https://t.co/2Iw82h5xeY) pic.twitter.com/PTZVzTU2Uv
This is an unaltered image from a Sony patent pic.twitter.com/udbSIUpFSs— Justin (@roboplato) February 7, 2020
The projection-mapped entrance to the Bandai Spirits office. pic.twitter.com/09h6BFCUkE— Machine Pix (@MachinePix) January 26, 2019