Peace! I'm Sean M Aaron. I'm a photographer, visual artist, writer, cyclist, and a community manager at Carrot Creative.

This blog is a public archive of the content and culture that I consume and the content and culture that I create. I know that sounds kinda serious but rest assured, I live for the lawlz.

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This bicycle-powered treehouse-elevator is sheer wonderfulness
Sep 06, 2013
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“The bicycle-powered treehouse elevator is exactly what it sounds like. And yes, it is spectacular. Almost definitely incredibly dangerous, given the risks if anything should fail mechanistically, but spectacular.”

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From Mr. Average … to Superman
Sep 06, 2013
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“In 16 weeks, Craig Davidson, a Canadian novelist, transformed himself into a hard-as-nails hunk by injecting illegal steroids. He loved his new body – but not the hideous side-effects. In this graphic account of being a ‘roider’, he recounts his hellish journey.”

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Dash Robotics Reveals A DIY High-Speed Running Robot Kit, Which Hobbyists Can Own For Just $65
Sep 05, 2013
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“Dash Robotics is using crowdfunding to help build its first hobbyist robot for home robotics enthusiast, with the aim of providing advanced tech for very little money thanks to a unique combination of materials, design and manufacturing.”

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UN Chief Scientist Urges Action On Climate Change: ‘We Have Five Minutes Before Midnight’
Sep 05, 2013
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“Rajendra Pachuari, head of the United Nation’s group of climate scientists, said on Monday that humanity can no longer be content kicking the can down the road when it comes to climate change. “We have five minutes before midnight,” he emphasized.”

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Scientists Grow Miniature, but Distinctly Human, Brain in the Lab
Sep 05, 2013
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“Austrian researchers have used regenerative techniques to grow a miniature human brain in the lab, they reported recently in the journal Nature. The researchers started with pluripotent human stem cells, or stem cells that are capable of developing into various kinds of specialized cell.”

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Dwayne McDuffie on Being a Black Comic Book Writer
Sep 05, 2013
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“For more information, visit blacksuperherodoc.com


Facebook hashtags said to have zero viral impact
Sep 05, 2013
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“On social networks, hashtags are meant to hype exposure for various topics or products. This is probably why Facebook rolled out its new hashtag feature in June. So, how has that gone for the social network? Um, not so good.”

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Scientists achieve first human-to-human ‘mind meld’
Aug 30, 2013
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Mind Meld Experiment

“Scientists said Tuesday they have completed the first human-to-human mind meld, with one researcher sending a brain signal via the Internet to control the hand motion of a colleague sitting across the Seattle campus of the University of Washington — an achievement one of the researchers jokingly referred to it as a ‘Vulcan mind meld.’”

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