Little Steps

Ask me anything   Things learned along the way.

twitter.com/robbiemelvin:

    "Women with established businesses ranked their happiness nearly three times as high as women who are not entrepreneurs."

    Why Women Entrepreneurs Are Happier Than Male Entrepreneurs (via fastcompany)

    At what point in the process did they ask!?

    (via fastcompany)

    — 2 days ago with 146 notes
    "We took pairs of bad matches and told them they were exceptionally good for each other."

    OkCupid’s Human Experiments Are Way Creepier Than Facebook’s (via fastcompany)

    If there is no ethics, I question that it is Science.  

    (via fastcompany)

    — 2 days ago with 154 notes
    #Science not science 
    "This kind of…I don’t know how you’d describe it, like a Starfleet logo turned on its side, is an OR gate."
    Computer science professor (via mathprofessorquotes)
    — 2 days ago with 140 notes
    #lol 
    jandillmann:

Knit one row a day for a year, matching the yarn color to the color of the sky that day.

    jandillmann:

    Knit one row a day for a year, matching the yarn color to the color of the sky that day.

    (via rosalindrobertson)

    — 3 days ago with 59673 notes
    #fiber arts 

    This is a blanket I made for my friend’s baby, Liam.  

    I cannot go 24 hrs without spending at least an hour on crochet so….

    Expect more of these.

    — 4 days ago with 1 note
    #crochet  #finished projects 

    hermionejg:

    the-hole-in-the-world:

    My second crack at the Art Assignment is a piece of crochet for the recent assignment #11: Under the Influence.

    I’m not much of a painter so I decided (after finally finding my crochet hooks having moved house earlier this month) to take my inspiration from the colours used as well as the image itself rather than from the materials used.

    The painting is San Giorgio Maggiore by Claude Monet, and it’s quite possibly my favorite piece of art at the Welsh National Museum in Cardiff so upon receiving the new assignment I decided to put some odds and ends of yarn I already had (hence the introduction of a bit more green than Monet used) together and made something small that in some small way resembles the original.

    It was really nice to just sit and crochet again as I haven’t done so in a while, the addition of chocolate, friends and Buffy the Vampire Slayer to keep me company also made the process that bit more enjoyable too.

    The Art Assignment community is so cool. Love browsing the tag.

    fiber arts rock

    — 4 days ago with 5958 notes
    http://hermionejg.tumblr.com/post/92828222667/fishingboatproceeds-peterchayward →

    fishingboatproceeds:

    peterchayward:

    fishingboatproceeds:

    Earlier today, I met with several students at Addis Ababa University to discuss the opportunities and challenges they face in their academic and professional lives.

    One of the biggest challenges we have here on the…

    We’re hoping that doing local research, talking to people about their experiences, will mean that better infrastructure and products can be built to support future ongoing access.

    This is a study my colleagues did in Kenya

    http://carmster.com/clab/uploads/Main/Oduor-KenyaFamily-CHI.pdf 

    — 5 days ago with 5204 notes

    12yr old asked a question… what would happen to fire in zero gravity?

    The answer only brought us more questions!

    — 1 week ago
    #fire in space 

    edwardspoonhands:

    The whole SciShow office is so freaking stoked about this it’s adorable. To be clear, I also have not been this excited about a movie (that wasn’t based on my brother’s book) since Deathly Hallows.

    AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

    — 1 week ago with 4236 notes
    #Turing 
    "The idea is that children, with their sparking synapses and sponge-like brains, will be able to easily digest all the stuff that I had such trouble comprehending in my early 20s."

    Should I Teach My Kid To Code? (via fastcompany)

    In all honesty, teaching kids to code is on par with teaching them to read and write.  They don’t need to be professional coders when they grow up… just code literate.

    (via fastcompany)

    — 1 week ago with 244 notes
    #yes teach your kid to code