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moritzmelchior:

Falling Slowly (Reprise) — Once OBC

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ArtistGlen Hansard & Marketa Irglova
TitleWhen Your Mind's Made Up
AlbumOnce: Music from the Motion Picture

gilmore girls rewatch → 1x18 (1/2)

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whereisyourredscaaahf:

For ilikeunderstudiesandethanfreeman

Andrew Love, beloved Toronto Javert understudy, delivering an astoundingly chilling and charged performance of the Suicide on the night of the Colm Gala. The way his chest was heaving with emotion as he balanced on the edge of that bridge. Supes cool stuff.

Full audio gifted here.

ArtistAndrew Love
TitleJavert's Suicide
AlbumLes Misérables - Toronto, 2014.01.11 [Special Charity Performance]

adonutwithamapleglaze:

If you want to lie in bed together and talk about broadway musicals and broadway actors and watch bootlegs of musicals and cuddle for hours on end let me know because we are all set to go out

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loryisunabletosupinate:

yay—stefon:

Louis C.K.’s opening monologue on SNL.

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creationandconsumption:

In the third episode of The Art Assignment, artist Toyin Odutola prompts viewers to create a gif of something intimate and indispensable.
I wasn’t initially going to participate, but I was in the circuits lab early Friday morning to finish a project with my friends, and I eventually had the place to myself after they left for class. I was playing around with some optional stuff at the end of the lab and ended up building a sample-and-hold circuit. When I hooked it up to the oscilloscope, I was pleasantly surprised to find that it worked exactly as expected with little to no troubleshooting – and trust me, that’s a rare occurrence. I found the simplicity and beauty of the waveforms mesmerizing, so I recorded them.
The circuits lab is an intimate place to me because, as a future electrical engineer, I will spend a significant portion of my time as an undergraduate in this well-lit, well-equipped room. And for electrical engineers, nothing is more indispensable than an oscilloscope. This instrument is the best way for us to see what is happening in all those wires and components we’ve hacked together.
Without oscilloscopes, we are as good as blind. But with them, we become privy to secrets only electrons know.

creationandconsumption:

In the third episode of The Art Assignment, artist Toyin Odutola prompts viewers to create a gif of something intimate and indispensable.

I wasn’t initially going to participate, but I was in the circuits lab early Friday morning to finish a project with my friends, and I eventually had the place to myself after they left for class. I was playing around with some optional stuff at the end of the lab and ended up building a sample-and-hold circuit. When I hooked it up to the oscilloscope, I was pleasantly surprised to find that it worked exactly as expected with little to no troubleshooting – and trust me, that’s a rare occurrence. I found the simplicity and beauty of the waveforms mesmerizing, so I recorded them.

The circuits lab is an intimate place to me because, as a future electrical engineer, I will spend a significant portion of my time as an undergraduate in this well-lit, well-equipped room. And for electrical engineers, nothing is more indispensable than an oscilloscope. This instrument is the best way for us to see what is happening in all those wires and components we’ve hacked together.

Without oscilloscopes, we are as good as blind. But with them, we become privy to secrets only electrons know.