BounceBox
A page of chance ideas, thoughts, and musings that are “bounced” ahead in time and space to a place where/when I may need, use, or share them.
BounceBox
+
nevver:

Loop
+
+
Find out more about this pretty neat architecture and design project one of my Facebook buddies is working on.
I really like it and think the geometric design is very elegant. 
They have an indiegogo campaign ( https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/brigid-s-crossing ) so help them out!
Find out more about this pretty neat architecture and design project one of my Facebook buddies is working on.
I really like it and think the geometric design is very elegant. 
They have an indiegogo campaign ( https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/brigid-s-crossing ) so help them out!
Find out more about this pretty neat architecture and design project one of my Facebook buddies is working on.
I really like it and think the geometric design is very elegant. 
They have an indiegogo campaign ( https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/brigid-s-crossing ) so help them out!
Find out more about this pretty neat architecture and design project one of my Facebook buddies is working on.
I really like it and think the geometric design is very elegant. 
They have an indiegogo campaign ( https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/brigid-s-crossing ) so help them out!
+
Excellent stuff.
+
freexcitizen:

So I picked up this Emerson/Kershaw Colab. It was not what I expected tbh, way smaller then I was hoping for. Its a frame lock and its a good knife from fit and finish standpoint, came decently sharp(look at my thumb). But again they are way smaller then I was expecting haha

Why do you need a knife?
+
victoria-katheryn:

"Censorship is telling a man he can’t have a steak just because a baby can’t chew it." - Mark Twain

I like it!
+
maptacular:

Maps as People: Anthropomorphic Maps
“For as long as we have existed, humans have used maps as visual representations of the physical world around us. Consequently, as our knowledge of the world around us has grown, so have our maps. Maps and humans are deeply interconnected, and this relationship can be seen in several depictions of maps as actual people. Instead of illustrating the world as it is in reality, these anthropomorphic maps have been produced for different purposes but mostly to assert nationalism, make a political statement, or portray what the world should look like. Throughout history, these illustrate demonstrate how human truly maps are.”
See more at GeoLounge
maptacular:

Maps as People: Anthropomorphic Maps
“For as long as we have existed, humans have used maps as visual representations of the physical world around us. Consequently, as our knowledge of the world around us has grown, so have our maps. Maps and humans are deeply interconnected, and this relationship can be seen in several depictions of maps as actual people. Instead of illustrating the world as it is in reality, these anthropomorphic maps have been produced for different purposes but mostly to assert nationalism, make a political statement, or portray what the world should look like. Throughout history, these illustrate demonstrate how human truly maps are.”
See more at GeoLounge
+
maptitude1:

This interactive map from the Economist shows how Europe’s borders changed over the course of World War One.

A great comparative map.
+
mapsontheweb:

British government genocide in Ireland, 1845 to 1852.
From the album Belfast peace lines, Northern Ireland
+
dictionnaire-infernal:

Saint Michael and the Dragon, Raphael. 1505.