shape of things to come

manninen is a finn who currently lives in england.

manninen will most likely post about TV shows she loves, and music which makes her happy.
random posts are additional bonus to the list too.

p.s. "shape of things to come" is a title of a song composed by bear mccreary.
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love this.

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  • yes - that is heading in the oldest newspaper in the world, don’t worry it was all done for a good cause
  • after work chillin’ in the garden
  • snack: avocado on a rye crispbread

My day today:

  • met ickle snail on my way to work
  • read interesting article “Game Your Brain” (Wired May 2014)
  • went to the local library “Hive” and got myself a free book as it is the “World Book Night” day.

I wore wellies today. Some nice colour for the oh so otherwise grey day.

aseaofquotes:

Stephen King, The Stand

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wired:

mymodernmet:

Iranian photographer Hossein Fatemi, offers a glimpse of an entirely different side to Iran than the image usually broadcasted by domestic and foreign media. In his photo series An Iranian Journey, many of the photographs reveal an Iran that most people never see, presenting an eye-opening look at the amazing diversity and contrasts that exist in the country.

Just beautiful.

prostheticknowledge:

BionicKangaroo

Robotic recreation of the Kangaroo form put together by Festo to demonstrate energy-efficient movement (this was initially announced on April the 1st, but turns out to be real) - video embedded below:

With the BionicKangaroo, Festo has technologically reproduced the unique way a kangaroo moves. Like its natural model, it can recover the energy when jumping, store it and efficiently use it for the next jump.

On the artificial kangaroo, Festo intelligently combines pneumatic and electrical drive technology to produce a highly dynamic system. The stable jump kinematics plus the precise control technology ensure stability when jumping and landing. The consistent lightweight construction facilitates the unique jumping behaviour. The system is controlled by gestures.

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Nyytti eating blueberries for breakfast.

(via newsweek)