All posts in: Space

22 Aug 2014

Blog Roundup

– Because Burning Man begins this weekend and it is being completely overrun by the tech industry these days. [NY Times]

– Seattle’s 2014 indie rock bands [Seattle Mag]

– 10 SF Startups to watch [Strategy Eye]

– The Burning Man packing checklist [Fest300]

– Don’t give up on your space dreamz. I love flow charts. [GOOD]

30 Oct 2013

An Astronaut’s Guide to Life on Earth

Chris Hadfield has popularized astronauts and space through social media making him a celebrity. From one of the most well known Reddit threads to over 1 million Twitter followers, the retired Canadian astronaut is also an author.  An Astronaut’s Guide to Life on Earth was published this week and details Chris’s life as an astronaut.

To welcome you into his world and new book, Chris made a clever video that you can check out here:

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gPw8C1fID80]

 

15 Oct 2013

Blog Roundup

  • When fashion and technology merge – Apple hires Burberry’s CEO to run retail operations [Circa]
  • What it’s like to live in space – from a mother [Design Mom]
  • A note on management styles within tech [Medium]
  • A peek into Square’s new office in San Francisco [Mashable]
  • Anatomy of a fashion show soundtrack [Business of Fashion]

Hmm there seems to be a pattern hidden among these posts… I wonder why!

15 Sep 2013

Instagram I Followed Today

In mind blowing news today, I discovered that NASA is now on Instagram. It’s great because I can follow amazing space photographs on my Instagram feed. So far they have been posting on a daily basis, which is good news for me because it means that they are actively on it.

#SpaceRules

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28 Aug 2013

Space.com

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Can I share something magical with you guys? I just discovered Space.com

So simple and so minimalistic yet this is the first I’m hearing about it.

Hello new time waster.

25 Jul 2013

Saturn and Earth

We haven’t had a space-related post in awhile. NASA released these photographs of Earth taken from the dark side of Saturn by the Cassini Spacecraft and they are really something to marvel at.

In the photo Earth is 898 million miles away and the moon appears as just a tiny protrusion off to the right (you might need to see it up close). According to NASA this is only the third time that Earth has ever been photographed from the outer solar system.

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17 May 2013

A Collection Part 36

Without even noticing, every “A Collection” post has some sort of a theme. I always enjoy going back and looking at the different sets asking myself what the common theme was. What was I feeling that day? Why did I select this photo, that photo, and this series of photos? I started writing this about a fourth into completing this post and I noticed that all of the photographs are pretty simplistic, but also muted. There are times when I won’t remember why there is a theme, but I think this completely embodies how I’m feeling right now. Somewhat muted, but it’s a refreshing time right now because there is so much that is unknown. Also – Seattle has the hottest weather in all of the country right now, which is incredible and NEVER happens. Funny, because you would think that these photos would be much brighter to resemble that, but they are not. Surprise!

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