Little Steps

Ask me anything   Things learned along the way.

twitter.com/robbiemelvin:

    "How do you kill one million zombies? Kill one zombie, then kill the rest of the zombies."
    Explaining Induction (via mathprofessorquotes)
    — 1 day ago with 314 notes
    karenkavett:

Any #knitters out there? I think I found your heaven. 🙏

    karenkavett:

    Any #knitters out there? I think I found your heaven. 🙏

    — 2 days ago with 131 notes

    Nice explanation of… Cyber Codes

    (Source: youtube.com)

    — 1 week ago

    asapscience:

    Light passes through the water and refracts, making the arrow appear to change direction.

    If you’re into Vine, follow us at @AsapSCIENCE to learn something in just six seconds. 

    (via somuchscience)

    — 1 week ago with 252 notes
    #what! 

    we said “meh”

    Is this word in the dictionary yet?

    (Source: youtube.com)

    — 1 week ago
    nprplays:

With Minecraft, Microsoft Buys A Doorway To Millions Of Players

Since its release, Minecraft has become that doorway for a great many players of all ages and demographics, especially those that might not label themselves as a “gamer.” Like Farmville or Candy Crush, it is entry-level gaming. Minecraft is casual; there are no explosions or politics or machismo-heavy protagonists. You are in control of its world and it is only as difficult as you want to make it.
What Microsoft has essentially done is buy a very popular doorway. As new players enter the world of video games through Minecraft, either in its current or possible future versions, Microsoft will now be the doorman ushering that player into its game room instead of the competition’s.
Photo Credit:  Miles Willis/Getty Images for Ascot Racecourse


This summary has only scratched the very surface of Minecraft.  It isn’t so much of a game as a platform upon which an infinity of games live… some of which do involve explosions, politics and all the rest.

    nprplays:

    With Minecraft, Microsoft Buys A Doorway To Millions Of Players

    Since its release, Minecraft has become that doorway for a great many players of all ages and demographics, especially those that might not label themselves as a “gamer.” Like Farmville or Candy Crush, it is entry-level gaming. Minecraft is casual; there are no explosions or politics or machismo-heavy protagonists. You are in control of its world and it is only as difficult as you want to make it.

    What Microsoft has essentially done is buy a very popular doorway. As new players enter the world of video games through Minecraft, either in its current or possible future versions, Microsoft will now be the doorman ushering that player into its game room instead of the competition’s.

    Photo Credit:  Miles Willis/Getty Images for Ascot Racecourse

    This summary has only scratched the very surface of Minecraft.  It isn’t so much of a game as a platform upon which an infinity of games live… some of which do involve explosions, politics and all the rest.

    (via npr)

    — 2 weeks ago with 307 notes
    alexalexalexalex:

I can’t believe I’m too lazy to go buy a microwave but I’m not too lazy to knit a tea cosy so my tea doesn’t go cold so fast.

I will pick knitting over shopping every day of the week… to the point where when my son made a word cloud about  me int included ‘non-shopper’.  Eventually we need things (like yarn and food) so we go and get it done.
Alex, you can live a long time without a microwave!  I refuse to get one for the country, and at home the microwave lives in the basement for popcorn use only.

    alexalexalexalex:

    I can’t believe I’m too lazy to go buy a microwave but I’m not too lazy to knit a tea cosy so my tea doesn’t go cold so fast.

    I will pick knitting over shopping every day of the week… to the point where when my son made a word cloud about  me int included ‘non-shopper’.  Eventually we need things (like yarn and food) so we go and get it done.

    Alex, you can live a long time without a microwave!  I refuse to get one for the country, and at home the microwave lives in the basement for popcorn use only.

    — 2 weeks ago with 3 notes
    #i don't like shopping  #microwaves are overrated 

    illwriteyournameonabullet:

    comboreversal:

    Imperial ice cream.

    this is brilliant 

    Smiles.

    (via elmify)

    — 2 weeks ago with 9271 notes
    thekidshouldseethis:

This Rube Goldberg machine is “powered” by a single beam of light, using mirrors, magnifying glasses, and reflective surfaces to burn through strings, melt ice, pop balloons, and more… 
Watch the video.

    thekidshouldseethis:

    This Rube Goldberg machine is “powered” by a single beam of light, using mirrors, magnifying glasses, and reflective surfaces to burn through strings, melt ice, pop balloons, and more… 

    Watch the video.

    (via floresenelatico)

    — 2 weeks ago with 1300 notes