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sheriartywasreal:

rogue machines | bbc sherlock, the cyberpunk au

sherlock holmes is the only human debugger in the world, skirting the heart of the city, specially trained to pick out flaws in the grid that cyborgs cannot. certainly, he has been fine-tuned with the latest hardware, but what’s to be done when the unit lacks an off switch? cyborgs can be controlled, they say. you can’t predict a human. what they don’t know is that he’s never quite known if the electricity pumping through his veins belonged to one or the other.

he and ex-squadron doctor john watson form a companionship, traveling the streets crime has not yet forgotten.

but the moriarty glitch is silent, begins as patterns of numbers woven into the strand, an error that cannot be purged, a locked door swinging open. little does sherlock know that the grid isn’t the only network out there, and the glitch and he are more alike than they may seem…

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this is prob kind of a long shot but do any of u have chess with friends?

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kawaiilluminatii:

VAPOR G R A V E

fav image of all time.

drwagc:

kawaiilluminatii:

VAPOR G R A V E

fav image of all time.

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"The iPod, like the Walkman cassette player before it, allows us to listen to our music wherever we want. Previously, recording technology had unlinked music from the concert hall, the café, and the saloon, but now music can always be carried with us. Michael Bull, who has written frequently about the impact of the Walkman and the iPod, points out that we often use devices to ‘aestheticize urban space.’ We carry our own soundtrack with us wherever we go, and the world around us is overlaid with our music. Our whole life becomes a movie, and we can alter the score for it over and over again: one minute it’s a tragedy, and the next it’s an action film. Energetic, dreamy, or ominous and dark: everyone has their own private movie going on in their heads, and no two are the same….Theodor Adorno… called this situation ‘accompanied solitude,’ a situation where we might be alone, but we have the ability via music to create the illusion that we are not."

— from How Music Works, by David Byrne (via girlfromtralfamadore)

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coolyounghip:

life hack: don’t join tumblr

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wired:

We’ve said it before: There’s a strange beauty to computer viruses (especially the old-school DOS variety). And their backstories are even better.

MORE11 Trippy Illustrations of History’s Most Infamous Computer Viruses

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