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August 1, 2015
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Elodie Hunting ~ I’ll be sitting in your mirror

Elodie Hunting ~ I'll be sitting in your mirror
Elodie Hunting ~ I’ll be sitting in your mirror
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August 1, 2015
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Roger Guetta ~ Portrait Of Godot

Roger Guetta ~ Portrait Of Godot
Roger Guetta ~ Portrait Of Godot
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August 1, 2015
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James Metcalf – Summer Dip

James Metcalf - Summer Dip
James Metcalf – Summer Dip
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August 1, 2015
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Lisa Peters ~ Man vs. building

Lisa Peters ~ Man vs. building
Lisa Peters ~ Man vs. building
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August 1, 2015
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Rino Rossi ~ Miss Kaba

Rino Rossi ~ Miss Kaba
Rino Rossi ~ Miss Kaba
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August 1, 2015
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Judy Green ~ Bungalow

Judy Green ~ Bungalow
Judy Green ~ Bungalow
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August 1, 2015
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Meri Walker ~ A Quiet Storm of Tender Force

Meri Walker ~ A Quiet Storm of Tender Force
Meri Walker ~ A Quiet Storm of Tender Force
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August 1, 2015
by Knox Bronson
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Mark Daniels ~ The Harper Valley PTA

Mark Daniels  ~ The Harper Valley PTA
Mark Daniels ~ The Harper Valley PTA
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July 31, 2015
by Knox Bronson
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{daily pic} Chad Rankin ~ JAKE

Chad Rankin ~ JAKE
Chad Rankin ~ JAKE

The Three Laws of Robotics are a set of rules devised by the science fiction author Isaac Asimov. The Three Laws, quoted as being from the “Handbook of Robotics, 56th Edition, 2058 A.D.”, are:

1. A robot may not injure a human being or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm.
2. A robot must obey the orders given it by human beings, except where such orders would conflict with the First Law.
3. A robot must protect its own existence as long as such protection does not conflict with the First or Second Laws.


“What do machines sing of?” is a fully automated machine, which endlessly sings number-one ballads from the 1990s. As the computer program performs these emotionally loaded songs, it attempts to apply the appropriate human sentiments. This behavior of the device seems to reflect a desire, on the part of the machine, to become sophisticated enough to have its very own personality. Created by Martin Backes.

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July 31, 2015
by Knox Bronson
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Damian De Souza ~ Untitled

Damian De Souza ~ Untitled
Damian De Souza ~ Untitled
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