Seven-Per-Cent-Solution

An eclectic collection of interests, inspirations, aspirations and things that either delight or intrigue me.

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explore-blog:

A truly spectacular read on the art of solitude, increasingly misunderstood and rare in our age of compulsive connectivity.

Reblogged from explore-blog

explore-blog:

A truly spectacular read on the art of solitude, increasingly misunderstood and rare in our age of compulsive connectivity.

Reblogged from lostinamerica

lifeonsundays:

Flâneur.

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lifeonsundays:

Flâneur.

(Source: remniscent)

fawndeviney:

To me there is nothing more peaceful than the wild sea on a stormy day | Fawn DeViney 

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fawndeviney:

To me there is nothing more peaceful than the wild sea on a stormy day | Fawn DeViney 

Reblogged from beardsleyjones

(Source: snowclonegallery)

smithsonianmag:

Photo of the Day: Relaxed Red Fox
Photo by Christopher MacDonald (Brantford, ON, Canada); Ontario, Canada

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smithsonianmag:

Photo of the Day: Relaxed Red Fox

Photo by Christopher MacDonald (Brantford, ON, Canada); Ontario, Canada

Reblogged from greenlikebathwater

(Source: yabookers)

explore-blog:


The mouse, with its ability to click on specific parts of a document, was the device that made hypertext possible. Without hypertext, there would be no links, and without links, no web. 

The first computer mouse, held by its inventor, Douglas Engelbart, in 1963 – one of the 100 ideas that changed the web. 

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explore-blog:

The mouse, with its ability to click on specific parts of a document, was the device that made hypertext possible. Without hypertext, there would be no links, and without links, no web. 

The first computer mouse, held by its inventor, Douglas Engelbart, in 1963 – one of the 100 ideas that changed the web

teatimeatpemberley:

Hadrian’s Wall

Reblogged from ignitelight

teatimeatpemberley:

Hadrian’s Wall

(Source: lavenderandearlgrey)