Snake Ranch

Inspirations in living well
projectarchonic:

Reinoud Oudshoorn, Untitled, 2014, frosted glass and iron, 72 x 60 x 19 cm

projectarchonic:

Reinoud Oudshoorn, Untitled, 2014, frosted glass and iron, 72 x 60 x 19 cm

dustrial-inc:

The Other Net
The first nationwide computer research network was the Defense Department’s ARPAnet, which evolved into the modern internet. But it wasn’t the last network of its kind. In 1976, the Department of Energy sponsored the creation of the Magnetic Fusion Energy Network to connect what is today the National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center with other research laboratories. Then the agency created a second network in 1980 called the High Energy Physics Network to connect particle physics researchers at national labs. As networking became more important, agency chiefs realized it didn’t make sense to maintain multiple networks and merged the two into one: ESnet.MORE

dustrial-inc:

The Other Net

The first nationwide computer research network was the Defense Department’s ARPAnet, which evolved into the modern internet. But it wasn’t the last network of its kind. In 1976, the Department of Energy sponsored the creation of the Magnetic Fusion Energy Network to connect what is today the National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center with other research laboratories. Then the agency created a second network in 1980 called the High Energy Physics Network to connect particle physics researchers at national labs. As networking became more important, agency chiefs realized it didn’t make sense to maintain multiple networks and merged the two into one: ESnet.

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artchiculture:

Christo (b. 1935), Whitney Museum of American Art Packed (Project for Whitney Museum New York), 1968. Pencil, printed paper, raw linen, twine, transparent polythylene, thread and staple collage on paper, 27 7/8 x 22 in.

artchiculture:

Christo (b. 1935), Whitney Museum of American Art Packed (Project for Whitney Museum New York), 1968. Pencil, printed paper, raw linen, twine, transparent polythylene, thread and staple collage on paper, 27 7/8 x 22 in.

(Source: blastedheath, via s10041)