25 stories
·
1 follower

The Leaked Recipes Cookbook

1 Share

two photos, one of a fish next to a power strip and the other of a computer mouse submerged in a pot of soup

From Demetria Glace and photographer Emilie Baltz, The Leaked Recipes Cookbook is a collection of over 50 recipes from the world’s biggest email leaks and hacks.

This book compiles major email leaks of the past 15 years through the theme of cooking. Part reportage, part cookbook, it showcases over 50 recipes for breakfast, dips, main dishes, sides and desserts. The recipes come from emails released after having been hacked, leaked, breached and uploaded by governments as part of large-scale investigations. Indulge in once-confidential instructions, shared by staff from the world’s most influential companies, government workers linked to Hillary Clinton’s emails and more.

Mmm, Butter Emails. (via a thing or two)

Tags: books   Demetria Glace   email   Emilie Baltz   food   The Leaked Recipes Cookbook
Read the whole story
fantastico
124 days ago
reply
Share this story
Delete

The Queen’s Guard Pays Tribute to Meatloaf, Playing a Brass Version of “I’d Do Anything for Love (But I Won’t Do That)”

1 Share

Marvin Lee Aday, aka Meatloaf, died late last week, reportedly after falling ill with Covid. At Buckingham Palace, the Queen’s Guard paid tribute to the musician and his 1993 hit “I’d Do Anything for Love (But I Won’t Do That)” on Sunday. It’s a nice touch.

Read the whole story
fantastico
158 days ago
reply
Share this story
Delete

Last week, chess surpassed League of Legends, Fortnite and Valorant as the most-watched gaming category on Twitch.

1 Share
Last week, chess surpassed League of Legends, Fortnite and Valorant as the most-watched gaming category on Twitch.

↩︎ Protocol

View Post →

Read the whole story
fantastico
486 days ago
reply
Share this story
Delete

Eagle-Eyed Turn Signal Enthusiasts Note A Fascinating Detail About Some Modern Blinkers

1 Share

For years I felt alone. I once believed that I was the only person severely afflicted with an unreasonable and intense interest in automotive turn indicators, and as such felt like an outcast in mainstream society, all of who seemed blind to the achingly sublime beauty of flashing lamps that convey’d one’s intent to…

Read more...

Read the whole story
fantastico
560 days ago
reply
Share this story
Delete

Lego Version of Hokusai’s Iconic The Great Wave off Kanagawa

1 Share

Lego Version of Hokusai's Iconic The Great Wave off Kanagawa

Lego Version of Hokusai's Iconic The Great Wave off Kanagawa

Jumpei Mitsui, the youngest-ever Lego Certified Professional, has created a Lego version of Hokusai’s iconic woodblock print, The Great Wave off Kanagawa. The Great Wave is perhaps the most recognizable (and most covered) Japanese artwork in the world. Mitsui’s Lego rendering is composed of 50,000 pieces and took 400 hours to build. From Spoon & Tamago:

In ensuring that his 3D lego replica not only payed homage to the original but also captured the dynamics of crashing waves, Mitsui says he read several academic papers on giant wave formations, as well as spent hours on YouTube watching video of waves.

You can check out the Lego Great Wave in person at the Hankyu Brick Museum in Osaka.

Tags: art   Jumpei Mitsui   Katsushika Hokusai   Legos   remix
Read the whole story
fantastico
566 days ago
reply
Share this story
Delete

Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal - Nietzsche

5 Shares


Click here to go see the bonus panel!

Hovertext:
Later, the joke was on him!


Today's News:
Read the whole story
fantastico
585 days ago
reply
Share this story
Delete
Next Page of Stories