Roger Federer and Lindsey Vonn play a tennis challenge alone on the glacier [x]

Roger Prankerer!!


Great support this night for Rogr

He desserves it

Roger Federer’s Fan Club!!

You’ve been Rogererred!!!

What were you thinking Marinko??


Back when I worked for Joystiq, there was a lengthy period where I worked six-day weeks – on Saturdays I ran the website solo, as we were understaffed and there was no other way to get content onto the site other than for me to buckle down and do the work.

One Friday night, Austin and the…

Rafael Nadal + adjectives

The Bull

Do not train a child to learn by force or harshness; but direct them to it by what amuses their minds, so that you may be better able to discover with accuracy the peculiar bent of the genius of each.
Plato (via kushandwizdom)

Good Vibes HERE

(via these-teen-quotes)


Thousand-strong robot swarm throws shapes, slowly
Engineers in the US have built a swarm of 1,000 little robots that can shuffle into specific formations on command.
 Each of the identical robots is given a picture of the required shape, and then they work together to make it happen. It takes up to 12 hours, but then this is the biggest throng of robots ever built and studied in this way. Inspired by biological examples, like cells forming organs or ants building bridges, the work could help develop self-assembling tools and structures. “Each robot is identical and we give them all the exact same program,” explained Dr Michael Rubenstein, the first author of the study, which is published in Science. “The only thing they have to go on, to make decisions, is what their neighbours are doing.” (via BBC News - Thousand-strong robot swarm throws shapes, slowly)