The Slinky Method: a shape for progress.
“Things To Come,” as it turns out, actually does have a shape.
OK I admit it— revisited slinky and donuts :D #recycle— Desk of L. Riding (@leanneriding) May 25, 2014
Lee De Forest related that in 1906 he once carried in his pocket “the entire world’s supply of three-electrode tubes.” —but by 1952, he was quite unhappy with some of the changes his inventions brought about. “Almost incredible is the loathsome fact that already in 21 cities bus riders must listen to never-ending, blatant advertising and unwelcome jitterbug and bop music,” he wrote.
This eve’s pins might be a little too tie-dye for many, but still fun (World’s largest Theramin ensemble, who applaud with their theramins?)— Desk of L. Riding (@leanneriding) May 25, 2014
Pins: Lee De Forest, microwave popcorn, theramins, slinky and the spiral shape of progress http://t.co/ugtdFzLSgw— Desk of L. Riding (@leanneriding) May 25, 2014
Popcorn art. :) pic.twitter.com/LQXOe5yE6e— Earth Pictures (@EarthPicsx) May 25, 2014
Each dot/camera is a chaser or spotter. pic.twitter.com/zwC89WhFB6— SevereStudios (@severestudios) May 26, 2014
Thought it was supposed to be a slow storm year but maybe that is just for the Atlantic?— Desk of L. Riding (@leanneriding) May 25, 2014
There’s this really great story written by an artist from Awaji Island, named after this print. It’s about a ninja boy. Maybe you know it?— Desk of L. Riding (@leanneriding) December 12, 2013
We should found a martial arts style called The Way of Slinky. It’s really great for falling down stairs :B— Desk of L. Riding (@leanneriding) December 12, 2013