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Crazy 4 Cult 9 is the ninth annual group art show at Gallery1988 (West) in Los Angeles that features a wonderful collection of “cult movie-inspired artwork” created by talented artists. The exhibit opened on Friday, November 20th, 2015 and will be on display until Saturday, December 5th. Artwork from the event is available to view and purchase online from the Gallery1988 website.
images via Gallery1988
While on fishing trip with his father and a friend, Steve Boer captured incredible footage of the extraordinary aquatic animals, including whales, dolphins and seals, who decided to accompany the men on their surprising nautical adventure.
Went fishing with my dad and a friend. We didn’t catch much but saw this instead.
The Raspberry Pi Foundation has released the new Raspberry Pi Zero, a miniature $5 computer that is smaller and more powerful than the original Raspberry Pi. The new device features a 1GHz ARM11 core processor that is 40% faster than the original, 512MB RAM, and an identical 40-pin GPIO header to other Raspberry Pi models, all measuring just 65mm x 30mm x 5mm. For connectivity, the Raspberry Pi Zero has micro-USB sockets, a mini-HMDI socket, micro-SD slot, and composite video header.
The Raspberry Pi Zero is available now, and is also being given away for free as a cover gift on the December issue of The MagPi, the official Raspberry Pi magazine.
photos via Raspberry Pi
EmperorTigerstar created a fascinating visualization showing how the front lines of the American Civil War changed every day, from the secession of the Confederacy until their surrender, reuniting with the Union.
Maroon = Confederate States of America and territories
Red = Areas occupied by Confederate forces
Pink = Gains for that Day
Dark Blue = United States of America and territories
Blue = Areas occupied by Union forces.
Light blue = Gains for that day
Yellow = Border states / disputed areas.