July 23, 2014

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July 23, 2014

deus-me-relinquit:

Kaibutsu Ehon (1881)

"The Kaibutsu Ehon (“Illustrated Book of Monsters”) features woodblock prints of yōkai, or creatures from Japanese folklore. Illustrated by painter Nabeta Gyokuei, the book is modeled after the influential works of Toriyama Sekien, an 18th-century scholar and ukiyo-e artist known for his attempt to catalog the many species of yōkai in Japan.”

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July 6, 2014

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July 6, 2014
spaceleech:

Ad for Akira Production Report, from Akira World, 1988.

spaceleech:

Ad for Akira Production Report, from Akira World, 1988.

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July 6, 2014

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July 6, 2014

batteredshoes:

Endless Summer

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June 26, 2014
designstroy:

Pietari Posti

designstroy:

Pietari Posti

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June 16, 2014
kikuzu:

エリザベスカラー - Wikipedia

kikuzu:

エリザベスカラー - Wikipedia

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June 15, 2014
mudwerks:

(via Bitcoin security guarantee shattered by anonymous miner with 51% network power | Ars Technica)

For the first time in Bitcoin’s five-year history, a single entity has repeatedly provided more than half of the total computational power required to mine new digital coins, in some cases for sustained periods of time. It’s an event that, if it persists, signals the end of crypto currency’s decentralized structure.
Researchers from Cornell University say that on multiple occasions, a single mining pool repeatedly contributed more than 51 percent of Bitcoin’s total cryptographic hashing output for spans as long as 12 hours. The contributor wasGHash, which bills itself as the “#1 Crypto & Bitcoin Mining Pool.” During these periods, the GHash operators had unprecedented powers that circumvented the decentralization that is often held up as a salient advantage Bitcoin has over traditional currencies. So-called 51 percenters, for instance, have the ability to spend the same coins twice, reject competing miners’ transactions, or extort higher fees from people with large holdings. Even worse, a malicious player with a majority holding could wage a denial-of-service attack against the entire Bitcoin network.
Like tremblers before a major earthquake, most of GHash’s 51-percent spans were relatively short. Few people paid much attention, since shortly after a miner loses the majority position, it also loses its extraordinary control. Then, on June 12, GHash produced a majority of the power for 12 hours straight, a sustained status that enables precisely the type of doomsday scenario some researchers have warned was possible.

oh boy…

mudwerks:

(via Bitcoin security guarantee shattered by anonymous miner with 51% network power | Ars Technica)

For the first time in Bitcoin’s five-year history, a single entity has repeatedly provided more than half of the total computational power required to mine new digital coins, in some cases for sustained periods of time. It’s an event that, if it persists, signals the end of crypto currency’s decentralized structure.

Researchers from Cornell University say that on multiple occasions, a single mining pool repeatedly contributed more than 51 percent of Bitcoin’s total cryptographic hashing output for spans as long as 12 hours. The contributor wasGHash, which bills itself as the “#1 Crypto & Bitcoin Mining Pool.” During these periods, the GHash operators had unprecedented powers that circumvented the decentralization that is often held up as a salient advantage Bitcoin has over traditional currencies. So-called 51 percenters, for instance, have the ability to spend the same coins twice, reject competing miners’ transactions, or extort higher fees from people with large holdings. Even worse, a malicious player with a majority holding could wage a denial-of-service attack against the entire Bitcoin network.

Like tremblers before a major earthquake, most of GHash’s 51-percent spans were relatively short. Few people paid much attention, since shortly after a miner loses the majority position, it also loses its extraordinary control. Then, on June 12, GHash produced a majority of the power for 12 hours straight, a sustained status that enables precisely the type of doomsday scenario some researchers have warned was possible.

oh boy…

June 10, 2014

ucyutochinmoku:

告知

大阪のART Lab OMM(ArtYard)というスペースにて「デジタルで描くヒト展」に参加させてもらうことになりました。私の作品は3点出す予定です。

そしてグッズも少し置いてもらう予定です 。

ペーパーも置く予定です。ペーパーだけでももらいにきてやってくださいな。

会期は9/1 - 9/7  14:00 - 20:00

 

osaka , Japan 

It is now that you have to participate in “Exhibition to draw a digital” where ART Lab OMM of Osaka called (ArtYard). We will work I put three points.

And it is going to get put a little goods.

We will also put “paper”. Na doing please come and got just “paper”.

 

June 10, 2014
ucyutochinmoku:

14
小さすぎた?

ucyutochinmoku:

14

小さすぎた?

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June 10, 2014
ucyutochinmoku:

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ucyutochinmoku:

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June 10, 2014

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June 10, 2014
ucyutochinmoku:

Glitch 

ucyutochinmoku:

Glitch 

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June 10, 2014

rocketumbl:

Ma.K. SNAKE-EYE

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