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The Little Boxes: Brian Michael Bendis at TEDxCLE

do not make fun of my wrinkled shirt. it was pressed at the start of the day!

http://www.tedxcle.com/brian-michael-bendis/

thank you for all the lovely notes on this piece.  it was one of the hardest things i’ve ever done. i’m not a monologuist. it’s haaard!!

science-junkie:

Printing The Human Body
The rise of 3D printing has introduced one of the most ground-breaking technological feats happening right now.  The most exciting part, through, doesn’t have anything to do with printing cars and fancy furniture, but in producing human tissue, otherwise known as bioprinting.  While it’s still early days, the future of bioprinting looks bright and will eventually result in some major advantages for society, whilst also saving billions for the economy that is spent on research and development. science-junkie:

Printing The Human Body
The rise of 3D printing has introduced one of the most ground-breaking technological feats happening right now.  The most exciting part, through, doesn’t have anything to do with printing cars and fancy furniture, but in producing human tissue, otherwise known as bioprinting.  While it’s still early days, the future of bioprinting looks bright and will eventually result in some major advantages for society, whilst also saving billions for the economy that is spent on research and development. science-junkie:

Printing The Human Body
The rise of 3D printing has introduced one of the most ground-breaking technological feats happening right now.  The most exciting part, through, doesn’t have anything to do with printing cars and fancy furniture, but in producing human tissue, otherwise known as bioprinting.  While it’s still early days, the future of bioprinting looks bright and will eventually result in some major advantages for society, whilst also saving billions for the economy that is spent on research and development. science-junkie:

Printing The Human Body
The rise of 3D printing has introduced one of the most ground-breaking technological feats happening right now.  The most exciting part, through, doesn’t have anything to do with printing cars and fancy furniture, but in producing human tissue, otherwise known as bioprinting.  While it’s still early days, the future of bioprinting looks bright and will eventually result in some major advantages for society, whilst also saving billions for the economy that is spent on research and development. science-junkie:

Printing The Human Body
The rise of 3D printing has introduced one of the most ground-breaking technological feats happening right now.  The most exciting part, through, doesn’t have anything to do with printing cars and fancy furniture, but in producing human tissue, otherwise known as bioprinting.  While it’s still early days, the future of bioprinting looks bright and will eventually result in some major advantages for society, whilst also saving billions for the economy that is spent on research and development. science-junkie:

Printing The Human Body
The rise of 3D printing has introduced one of the most ground-breaking technological feats happening right now.  The most exciting part, through, doesn’t have anything to do with printing cars and fancy furniture, but in producing human tissue, otherwise known as bioprinting.  While it’s still early days, the future of bioprinting looks bright and will eventually result in some major advantages for society, whilst also saving billions for the economy that is spent on research and development.

science-junkie:

Printing The Human Body

The rise of 3D printing has introduced one of the most ground-breaking technological feats happening right now.  The most exciting part, through, doesn’t have anything to do with printing cars and fancy furniture, but in producing human tissue, otherwise known as bioprinting.  While it’s still early days, the future of bioprinting looks bright and will eventually result in some major advantages for society, whilst also saving billions for the economy that is spent on research and development.


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comicblah:

Daredevil’s Burger Without Fear by Sean Phillips

mingdoyle:

I sat down with Jamie S. Rich for an in-depth discussion of my influences and aims in FROM THE GUTTERS, ep 8!

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Hey, so my next t-shirt is a special edition tied into a breast cancer screening fundraiser I’m doing: Barbells For Boobs. Donate to the cause and get the t-shirt, free. Here’s how:

1. go here and donate: http://fundraise.barbellsforboobs.org/fundraise?fcid=263828

2. If you live in the…

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Scott McCloud: Understanding comicsTEd Talks

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loupaniccia:

Saw this great documentary at Independent Film Festival Boston last night. Really dark and depressing, but very well done. The Daily Beast has a good write up about it:

The devastating effects of OxyContin on the community are explored in the gripping new documentary Oxyana through interviews with addicts, prostitutes, concerned citizens, doctors, dentists, and politicians.

PS - The soundtrack by Deer Tick’s John McCauley, and Jonny Corndawg  is fantastic.

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Arzach / Moebius (Jean Giraud) brianmichaelbendis:

Arzach / Moebius (Jean Giraud) brianmichaelbendis:

Arzach / Moebius (Jean Giraud) brianmichaelbendis:

Arzach / Moebius (Jean Giraud)