These citizens clearly know a thing or two about color theory.
at Stuyvesant Town
Chandelier outside the #nysenate chamber. #muchlatergram
at 70 Prospect Park West
The spectacular view from @Amtrak’s Hudson line. #latergram (at Storm King Summit)
S-A-T-U-R-D-A-Y NIGHT! #sick
Imagine if the country was linked by a network of 220-mile-per-hour trains.
Want now. But, as they note, “Given the difficulties in building just a tiny part of this system (the chunk of the Yellow Line from L.A. to San Francisco), we’re so amazingly far away from this happening.”
My money is on the hyperloop.
I possess a device in my pocket that is capable of accessing the entirety of information known to man.
I use it to look at pictures of cats and get in arguments with strangers.
Since putting the new 1Password integration out on pre-release, the feedback has been great! There has been a few really important improvements which have come from this too:
- Don’t show items which were in 1Password’s trash - I didn’t have any items in my trash so had completely overlooked this.
This feature is incredibly handy.
So just to keep you updated: The well-intentioned, but immensely flawed “Stop Online Piracy Act” is still in the House Judiciary Committee. The hearing was yesterday and now members will debate and bring amendments to the bill. The Committee will reconvene in a few weeks — the date has yet to be scheduled. Nothing has been brought to a final vote. Everything is still very much in play. We’ll keep you posted on what’s going on and what you can do to help. But for now, we want to thank you.
One encouraging thing we heard yesterday:
I don’t believe this bill has any chance on the House floor. I think it’s way too extreme, it infringes on too many areas that our leadership will know is simply too dangerous to do in its current form.
— Representative Darrell Issa
We also want to express our tremendous gratitude to our friends at Mobile Commons who, on 30 minutes notice, hooked us up with their amazing platform (and provided their expertise) to automatically connect callers with their Representatives.
A short film by William Wilkinson. (previously)