Hybrid.
Fortunio Liceti,  De Monstris, 1665 Hybrid.
Fortunio Liceti,  De Monstris, 1665 Hybrid.
Fortunio Liceti,  De Monstris, 1665 Hybrid.
Fortunio Liceti,  De Monstris, 1665 Hybrid.
Fortunio Liceti,  De Monstris, 1665 Hybrid.
Fortunio Liceti,  De Monstris, 1665 Hybrid.
Fortunio Liceti,  De Monstris, 1665 Hybrid.
Fortunio Liceti,  De Monstris, 1665 Hybrid.
Fortunio Liceti,  De Monstris, 1665 Hybrid.
Fortunio Liceti,  De Monstris, 1665

Hybrid.

Fortunio Liceti,  De Monstris, 1665

(via colinismyname)

Cleve Backster testing plant’s reactions to thoughts and threats by the use of  a polygraph machine.

Polaroid SX-70. The time when advertisements were explaining how the things work and its inventors were spending their lives on “trying to teach people that intense concentration for hour after hour can bring out in people resources they didn’t know they had” (Edwin H. Land).

Nelson, Theodor (1974), Computer Lib: You can and must understand computers now/Dream Machines: New freedoms through computer screens—a minority report (1st ed.)

Five iterations of the Xerox Star icon for documents (1979)

Binary reminder

randombutnice:

Only in germany: Computers will get you laid - via Massimo Banzi

“Program or be programmed”
— Douglas Rushkoff