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Enjoying the sound of waves crashing and seagulls squawking at Siren's Isle on the Blake Sea.

 

I love this aptly named bikini, Siren Bikini from Allure Couture. In world location at Odeo No.

 

Boat (ISEO Designer Edition) made by The Mesh Shop. In world location at Dutch Harbor.

 

Photo taken at Siren's Isle on Blake Sea.

A detail of the eye-catching signage for the Birmingham Odeon (which first opened in 1937 as the Paramount Theatre) on New Street, Birmingham, England, UK

一年半ぶりくらいにスキンチェンジ。ちょぴっと小ぎれいになったでしょ?

 

Hair [INK] Hair_THROB ::Blonde @ The mens dept.

Tops BlankLine_023_Male_Hoodie Black @ The mens dept.

 

On May 31st, 2000, I signed up with a new service called LiveJournal. I was user 4,136 which entitled me a permanent account and street cred in some alternate geeky universe which I have not yet visited. I was living in the Sunshine Biscuit Factory in Oakland California and starting a company to dispatch couriers, taxis, and emergency services from the web.

 

One night in July of that year I had an idea to make a more "live" LiveJournal. Real-time, up-to-date, from the road. Akin to updating your AIM status from wherever you are, and sharing it. For the next 5 years, I thought about this concept and tried to silently introduce it into my various projects. It slipped into my dispatch work. It slipped into my networks of medical devices. It slipped into an idea for a frictionless service market. It was everywhere I looked: a wonderful abstraction which was easy to implement and understand.

 

The 6th year; the idea has finally solidified (thanks to the massively creative environment my employer Odeo provides) and taken a novel form. We're calling it twttr (though this original rendering calls it stat.us; I love the word.ed domains, e.g. gu.st/). It's evolved a lot in the past few months. From an excited discussion and persuasion on the South Park playground to a recently approved application for a SMS shortcode. I'm happy this idea has taken root; I hope it thrives.

 

Some things are worth the wait.

Back in 2002, a bunch of us went to dinner in Austin, TX. Since then, a lot of us made websites or companies or children or all of the above. I'll need your help to label them all, and to mention any projects I forgot.

 

(Later, I convinced the waitress to present a Sharpie & an 8x10 glossy photo of John Tesh to Jeff Veen when he arrived, so that he could autograph it for the restaurant's wall. I had never met Jeff before that moment, but he took it pretty well.)

 

Represented at this table are founders or creators of:

 

Adaptive Path

Blogdex

Blogger/Pyra

Flickr

Gawker

Get Satisfaction

Glitch

Jenville

MeasureMap

Medium

MetaFilter

Mighty Girl

Six Apart/Movable Type/TypePad

Slack

Twitter/Obvious/Odeo

TypeKit/Small Batch

 

And the guy who coined the word "blog" is in there, too. Later on we were joined by the guy who coined the term "Ajax". In the years since, some of these folks have also gone on to join companies like Facebook, Google and Yahoo.

 

I blame all of these people equally.

Giovanni Maria Falconetto's mid 1520s Loggia e Odeo Cornaro in Padua. The two buildings are all that's left of Cornaro's Villa of Delights, and were probably used for musical and theatrical performances.

Made by Chris Messina, gonna be heck of a party.

Giovanni Maria Falconetto's mid 1520s Loggia e Odeo Cornaro in Padua. The two buildings are all that's left of Cornaro's Villa of Delights, and were probably used for musical and theatrical performances.

Brenda R. Manuel, Associate Administrator, NASA Office of Diversity and Equal Opportunity (ODEO), talks during the MissionSTEM Summit 2016, Monday, Aug. 8, 2016 at NASA Headquarters in Washington. Photo Credit: (NASA/Bill Ingalls)

Brenda R. Manuel, Associate Administrator, NASA Office of Diversity and Equal Opportunity (ODEO), talks during the MissionSTEM Summit 2016, Monday, Aug. 8, 2016 at NASA Headquarters in Washington. Photo Credit: (NASA/Bill Ingalls)

Giovanni Maria Falconetto's mid 1520s Loggia e Odeo Cornaro in Padua. The two buildings are all that's left of Cornaro's Villa of Delights, and were probably used for musical and theatrical performances.

The photos in this Mosaic are from the Group Honoring Coyotes

 

PLEASE CLICK ON THIS LINK: recording of coyotes near our house!

Coyotes singing near our house

 

This is from a the Wikipedia article about Coyotes

Hearing a coyote is much more common than seeing one. The calls a coyote makes are high-pitched and variously described as howls, yips, yelps and barks. These calls may be a long rising and falling note (a howl) or a series of short notes (yips). These calls are most often heard at dusk or night, less often during the day. Although these calls are made throughout the year, they are most common during the spring mating season and in the fall when the pups leave their families to establish new territories. Many people find these calls eerie or disturbing while others find them to be quite beautiful. Additionally, the coyote's howl can be very deceiving: due to the way the sound carries, it can seem as though it is in one place, when it is really elsewhere.

 

In rural areas, coyotes will respond to human calls. This is most often after the coyotes have started a howling session. They will also respond to recorded howls. In some of these areas, the coyotes will stop and wait for the humans to stop before resuming their howling session, once they've figured out that it isn't another coyote that has been calling to them. In areas where the coyotes have grown accustomed to humans calling back to them, they tend to continue with simpler calls back to the humans and return to more complex calls when the humans get tired of calling to them. Playing a recorded wolf howl will make them stop for up to an hour before they start in again, probably because wolves prey upon coyotes.

 

Created with fd's Flickr Toys.

1. Coyote Yellowstone N.P., 2. Female Coyote Yellowstone N.P., 3. Coyote Yellowstone N.P., 4. Coyote and Pup, 5. Coyote Yellowstone N.P., 6. Prærieulv - taget uden zoom!, 7. Coyote - Winterizing, 8. Coyote, 9. No roadrunner anywhere, 10. IMG_2906-01, 11. IMG_E1391, 12. Coyote tracks, 13. Coyote 2, 14. Colorado Coyote, 15. IMG_3011, 16. Coyote Yellowstone N.P.

yeah i know... we're a web2.0 colors wannabe. what-EV-ur.

Made this for Leslie, quoting her lamentations at not getting an invite for Odeo.com. I've submitted it to threadless.com

 

IT'S BEEN ACCEPTED!!! GO VOTE FOR IT!!!

 

www.threadless.com/submission/44868/Beta_Loser

 

Massive Attack - Paradise Circus

youtu.be/jEgX64n3T7g

三回目のスキンチェンジ~

 

Hair [taketomi]_Ronaldo_Balayage

Shirts *chronokit* poloshirts

Sunglass ieQED wright.shades.white

 

Pose :=- momomuller / 3M -=: MMMA_1409

 

Clean Bandit - Rather Be (feat. Jess Glynne)

youtu.be/m-M1AtrxztU

The Teatro Olimpico

is one of Vicenza’s artistic wonders and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This theatre is the absolute climax of the creativity of one of the greatest Italian architects, Andrea Palladio, who was openly inspired by the Roman theatres described by Vitruvius.

 

Commissioned in 1580 by the Olympic Academy, Palladio began planning it in the same year, but never saw it complete as he unexpectedly died.

 

Inaugurated on March 3, 1585, with the memorable production of Sophocles's Oedipus the King, it is the oldest enclosed theatre in the world.

Access is provided through two halls, Odeo and Antiodeo, which were created by another great architect from Vicenza, Vincenzo Scamozzi. They were respectively decorated with frescoes by Francesco Maffei depicting divinities and allegorical figures (1637) and a monochrome frieze (1595)).

 

The interior simulates the outdoor setting of classical theatres, with a monumental rectangular proscenium. Seven wooden perspective scenes depicting the streets of Thebes depart from here in a sunburst pattern. They were made by Scamozzi for the inaugural performance and are still intact today.

The semi-elliptical cavea or seating area with its 13 large steps dominated by a columned exedra complete the structure. The grandiose proscenium is divided into 3 sections: The bottom one opens into the central triumphal arch (porta regia) and two smaller side openings (hospitalia), the middle section has niches with statues of academics and the top section has a series of metopes depicting the feats of Hercules.

 

FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE FOLLOW THIS LINK:

www.italia.it/en/travel-ideas/art-and-history/vicenzas-te...

 

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Andrea Palladio,

original name Andrea di Pietro della Gondola (born Nov. 30, 1508, Padua, Republic of Venice [Italy]—died August 1580, Vicenza), Italian architect, regarded as the greatest architect of 16th-century northern Italy. His designs for palaces (palazzi) and villas, notably the Villa Rotonda (1550–51) near Vicenza, and his treatise I quattro libri dell’architettura (1570; The Four Books of Architecture) made him one of the most influential figures in Western architecture.

 

FOR MORE INFORMATIONS, PLEASE, FOLLOW THIS LINK:

www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/439923/Andrea-Palladio

 

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“It is an illusion that photos are made with the camera…

they are made with the eye, heart and head.”

[Henry Cartier Bresson]

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Please don't use any of my images on websites, blogs or other media without my explicit written permission.

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Giovanni Maria Falconetto's mid 1520s Loggia e Odeo Cornaro in Padua. The two buildings are all that's left of Cornaro's Villa of Delights, and were probably used for musical and theatrical performances.

L'odeo di Erode Attico è un piccolo teatro in pietra situato sul pendio meridionale dell'Acropoli di Atene, originariamente coperto e pensato per esecuzioni musicali.

Fu fatto erigere dal ricchissimo politico greco Erode Attico in memoria della moglie Appia Annia Regilla.

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The odeo of Herodes Atticus is a small stone-built theater located on the southern slope of the Acropolis of Athens, originally designed for indoor and musical performances.

It was built by the wealthy political greek Herodes Atticus in memory of his wife Appia Annia Regilla.

De izquierda a derecha : flaquito sexi = jarvis, señor come astronautas, y steve.

 

Sinceramente una experiencia total, ver a tu idolo, y conversar con el fue lo mejor. Que tipo mas sencillo y buena onda, que decir del show, con unos temas que realmente alucine aunque si hubieran sido de pulp hubiera alucinado mas claro xD....pero no importa es jarvis, es un rock star xD

The Teatro Olimpico

is one of Vicenza’s artistic wonders and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This theatre is the absolute climax of the creativity of one of the greatest Italian architects, Andrea Palladio, who was openly inspired by the Roman theatres described by Vitruvius.

 

Commissioned in 1580 by the Olympic Academy, Palladio began planning it in the same year, but never saw it complete as he unexpectedly died.

 

Inaugurated on March 3, 1585, with the memorable production of Sophocles's Oedipus the King, it is the oldest enclosed theatre in the world.

Access is provided through two halls, Odeo and Antiodeo, which were created by another great architect from Vicenza, Vincenzo Scamozzi. They were respectively decorated with frescoes by Francesco Maffei depicting divinities and allegorical figures (1637) and a monochrome frieze (1595)).

 

The interior simulates the outdoor setting of classical theatres, with a monumental rectangular proscenium. Seven wooden perspective scenes depicting the streets of Thebes depart from here in a sunburst pattern. They were made by Scamozzi for the inaugural performance and are still intact today.

The semi-elliptical cavea or seating area with its 13 large steps dominated by a columned exedra complete the structure. The grandiose proscenium is divided into 3 sections: The bottom one opens into the central triumphal arch (porta regia) and two smaller side openings (hospitalia), the middle section has niches with statues of academics and the top section has a series of metopes depicting the feats of Hercules.

 

FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE FOLLOW THIS LINK:

www.italia.it/en/travel-ideas/art-and-history/vicenzas-te...

 

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Andrea Palladio,

original name Andrea di Pietro della Gondola (born Nov. 30, 1508, Padua, Republic of Venice [Italy]—died August 1580, Vicenza), Italian architect, regarded as the greatest architect of 16th-century northern Italy. His designs for palaces (palazzi) and villas, notably the Villa Rotonda (1550–51) near Vicenza, and his treatise I quattro libri dell’architettura (1570; The Four Books of Architecture) made him one of the most influential figures in Western architecture.

 

FOR MORE INFORMATIONS, PLEASE, FOLLOW THIS LINK:

www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/439923/Andrea-Palladio

 

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“It is an illusion that photos are made with the camera…

they are made with the eye, heart and head.”

[Henry Cartier Bresson]

*************************************************************************************

 

Please don't use any of my images on websites, blogs or other media without my explicit written permission.

© All rights reserved

 

The Teatro Olimpico

is one of Vicenza’s artistic wonders and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This theatre is the absolute climax of the creativity of one of the greatest Italian architects, Andrea Palladio, who was openly inspired by the Roman theatres described by Vitruvius.

 

Commissioned in 1580 by the Olympic Academy, Palladio began planning it in the same year, but never saw it complete as he unexpectedly died.

 

Inaugurated on March 3, 1585, with the memorable production of Sophocles's Oedipus the King, it is the oldest enclosed theatre in the world.

Access is provided through two halls, Odeo and Antiodeo, which were created by another great architect from Vicenza, Vincenzo Scamozzi. They were respectively decorated with frescoes by Francesco Maffei depicting divinities and allegorical figures (1637) and a monochrome frieze (1595)).

 

The interior simulates the outdoor setting of classical theatres, with a monumental rectangular proscenium. Seven wooden perspective scenes depicting the streets of Thebes depart from here in a sunburst pattern. They were made by Scamozzi for the inaugural performance and are still intact today.

The semi-elliptical cavea or seating area with its 13 large steps dominated by a columned exedra complete the structure. The grandiose proscenium is divided into 3 sections: The bottom one opens into the central triumphal arch (porta regia) and two smaller side openings (hospitalia), the middle section has niches with statues of academics and the top section has a series of metopes depicting the feats of Hercules.

 

FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE FOLLOW THIS LINK:

www.italia.it/en/travel-ideas/art-and-history/vicenzas-te...

 

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Andrea Palladio,

original name Andrea di Pietro della Gondola (born Nov. 30, 1508, Padua, Republic of Venice [Italy]—died August 1580, Vicenza), Italian architect, regarded as the greatest architect of 16th-century northern Italy. His designs for palaces (palazzi) and villas, notably the Villa Rotonda (1550–51) near Vicenza, and his treatise I quattro libri dell’architettura (1570; The Four Books of Architecture) made him one of the most influential figures in Western architecture.

 

FOR MORE INFORMATIONS, PLEASE, FOLLOW THIS LINK:

www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/439923/Andrea-Palladio

 

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“It is an illusion that photos are made with the camera…

they are made with the eye, heart and head.”

[Henry Cartier Bresson]

*************************************************************************************

 

Please don't use any of my images on websites, blogs or other media without my explicit written permission.

© All rights reserved

 

Lonely At The Top

 

Capolavoro e opera estrema di Andrea Palladio, cui fu commissionato nel febbraio 1580 dall'Accademia Olimpica, sodalizio di composita estrazione sociale costituitosi a Vicenza nel 1555 con finalità culturali e scientifiche, di cui lo stesso Palladio era socio. La costruzione fu iniziata nel maggio 1580, ma Palladio non ne vide la realizzazione, per l'improvviso sopraggiungere della morte, il 25 agosto dello stesso anno. L'Olimpico, dopo varie e complesse vicende, fu completato cinque anni più tardi e venne solennemente inaugurato il 3 marzo 1585 con la memorabile messa in scena dell'Edipo Tiranno di Sofocle.

Al Teatro si giunge attraverso l'Odeo e antiodeo, due ampie sale realizzate da Vincenzo Scamozzi e decorate rispettivamente da affreschi di Francesco Maffei raffiguranti divinità e figure allegoriche (1637 ca) e da un fregio monocromo di rilevante interesse documentario (1595 ca), riproducente allestimenti teatrali curati dall'Accademia prima della costruzione dell'Olimpico (Amor costante, Sofonisba) e spettacoli o manifestazioni ospitate all'interno del nuovo teatro (Edipo Re, ambasceria dei legati giapponesi). All'interno di uno spazio chiuso che vuole simulare l'ambientazione all'aperto dei teatri classici, Palladio dispone una monumentale scenafronte fiancheggiata da due ali o versure e una cavea semiellittica di tredici gradoni, conclusa alla sommità da un'esedra a colonne, in parte aperta in parte a nicchie entro muro. Nei tabernacoli e sui plinti della struttura architettonica sono collocate le statue degli Accademici committenti del Teatro, abbigliati all'antica. Nell'ordine più alto una serie di splendidi bassorilievi raffiguranti Storie di Ercole, di Ruggero Bascapì Al di là delle tre aperture della scenafronte si staccano le prospettive lignee raffiguranti le vie di Tebe, realizzate da Vincenzo Scamozzi per lo spettacolo inaugurale dell'Edipo Tiranno e divenute fisse e immutabili nel tempo.

www.comune.vicenza.it/vicenza/teatroolimpico.php

 

[...] Palladio's vision: A perfect Roman theatre in a converted medieval building

The Teatro Olimpico is the last work by Palladio, and ranks amongst his highest masterworks. The Vicentine architect had returned to his native city in 1579, bringing with him a lifetime of detailed study into all aspects of Roman architecture, and a more detailed understanding of the architecture of classical theatre than any other living person. Palladio had illustrated Daniele Barbaro's Italian translation of Vitruvius' De architectura; the prints for this edition include floorplans for Roman theatres and an elevation for the scaenae frons of Vicenza's ruined Roman theatre, the Teatro Berga. As well, Palladio's papers include plans for the imagined reconstruction of the ruined Roman theatres in Pola and Verona.

Palladio, a founder of the Olympic Academy (created in 1555), had already designed temporary theatre structures at various locations the city. The most notable of these had been erected some seventeen years previously in the great hall of the Basilica Palladiana. In 1579 the Academy obtained the rights to build a permanent theatre in an old fortress, the Castello del Territorio, which had been turned into a prison and powder magazine before falling into disuse. Palladio was asked to produce a design, and despite the awkward shape of the old fortress, he decided to use the space to recreate an academic reconstruction of the Roman theatres that he had so closely studied. In order to fit a stage and seating area into the wide, narrow space, it was necessary for Palladio to flatten the semicircular seating area of the Roman theatre into an ellipse.

 

[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Teatro_Olimpico]

 

All these flowers together, and I just had to use this song:

 

Just to Be Close to You ~~~ Commodores

 

I hope you all have a wonderful Sunday, my friends.

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Tomada desde el puente calle - Calle , Valdivia Chile.

 

Taken fron Calle- Calle bridge, Valdivia , Chile.

 

Digalo cantando! - Say it singing! Autunm reflection - Reflejo de otoño

 

Atardecer valdiviano - valdivia´s sunset

dig it and embrace the weekend

写真まとめてみたww

昨日のオデ雄❤

Gettin' there! This one's from last month.

 

@Dom

 

B-BoyのBは、ボランティアのBってしってたかい?w

Singing "All of We Are One" with desk drumming action.

 

Part of our visit to The Island School.

Evening

  

Slowly the evening puts on the garments

held for it by a rim of ancient trees;

you watch: and the lands divide from you,

one going heavenward, one that falls;

 

and leave you, to neither quite belonging,

not quite so dark as the house sunk in silence,

not quite so surely pledging the eternal

as that which grows star each night and climbs-

 

and leave you (inexpressibly to untangle)

your life afraid and huge and ripening,

so that it, now bound in and now embracing,

grows alternately stone in you and star.

 

~ Rainer Maria Rilke

Odeo meets every morning to coordinate our deal.

 

To keep things short, we stand up the whole time.

 

Everyone, that is, except Rabble.

 

UPDATE: I just noticed Blaine seated next to Rabble.

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