The unique light and shadow installations of artist Kumi Yamashita are usually made from ordinary, everyday objects – building blocks, thread, nails, paper cutouts, fabric, and wood, which she then manages to turn into sophisticated imagery https://t.co/OhF8hLF7HA pic.twitter.com/bCRGwq1vMA— Massimo (@Rainmaker1973) August 20, 2019
Tuesday, August 20, 2019
Friday, August 16, 2019
A few weeks ago I left a cicada shell on my colleague’s desk to scare her. Today I came in to find this on my desk - our full lab reconstructed in terrifying detail. There’s an Irish one wearing glasses READING MY REVIEW PAPER. I’m simultaneously traumatised and dying of laughter pic.twitter.com/NzF25pBpYe— Dr Grace Hallinan (@GraceHallinan) August 16, 2019
(Tip of the cap to Lindsey N. Walker.)
Thursday, August 15, 2019
I love University of Michigan's response on Twitter.
Wednesday, August 14, 2019
(Tip of the cap to Suzanne Sindi.)
Tuesday, August 13, 2019
Monday, August 12, 2019
My schedule is below.
I'll be presenting a few mathematical and science things at #WorldCon2019 #Dublin2019 (@Dublin2019) in a couple of weeks, my first time presenting at a science-fiction convention!— Mason Porter (@masonporter) August 1, 2019
Here is my schedule.
And the website for my academic friends: https://t.co/J4WQPQ1Q0t pic.twitter.com/Aoh6nDgYy7
Saturday, August 10, 2019
Oxford is a place of ironies — that's one of its great charms — and one of my favorite ones occurred 5 years ago today.— Mason Porter (@masonporter) August 10, 2019
On that day, an outdoor showing of the movie "Singing in the Rain" was cancelled because of rain. pic.twitter.com/701kNm1Xk4