Profile cover photo
Profile photo
Rob Masters
1,257 followers -
SF Fan, Gamer, Kayaker, KoLer, Disc Golfer, Rock-climber, Sysadmin ... Just your usual geek.
SF Fan, Gamer, Kayaker, KoLer, Disc Golfer, Rock-climber, Sysadmin ... Just your usual geek.

1,257 followers
About
Rob's posts

Post has attachment
+PostmodernJukebox​ have outdone themselves with this amazing version of this classic hit.

Post has shared content
Another one tough to categorise, but thanks +Self-Rescuing Princess Society for sharing the story of this amazing engineer!
"With the conviction to help her friend walk again, Sam quit her high-flying job at Tesla and turned her mechanical mind toward fixing a much more personal problem. Sam couldn’t build Taylor a spine, so she decided to build him the next best thing: a robotic suit."

So badass.

Post has attachment
So I pointed my camera out the office window for a while this afternoon :)

Post has shared content
+Liz Quilty​ is to blame. Not me.

Post has attachment
In the song "The Liberty of Norton Folgate", Madness describe a walk... well curiosity got the better of me, and here is what I think it would look like.
"Once round Arnold Circus. Up through Petticoat Lane Past The Well of Shadows And once back round again."

The Well of Shadows is now Shadwell, Arnold Circus is still there, and Petticoat Lane is now a market.


Photo

Post has attachment
Arguably one of the best bird shots I've ever taken, and it was a snapshot on my way back to the office from lunch!

Willy Wag-Tail or Djidi-Djidi (Rhipidura leucophrys)
Photo

Post has attachment
A local astrophysicist (and gamer!) working on the Murchison Widefield Array radio telescope decided that it would be cool to do a broadband survey of entire Southern sky. And then turned it into a very cool false colour high resolution map!




Post has shared content

Post has attachment
Historically, she's got it right - and the pollies have it right too.

How?

Unjust laws do need to be acted on by government (or declared unconstitutional by the High Court) for them to change. But the impetus for that change has historically come from a combination of protest and civil disobedience. So yes, breaking unjust laws has a strong historical precident, as does the alteration of legislation.

+ABC Australia​

Playing The Gallerist, and this came out:
"You can't go there (the International Market) - you've got nothing in your gallery. You've got a bunch of people looking at blank walls!"
"And calling it 'Art'!"
Wait while more posts are being loaded