The Mockarena of Time
October 26: Favorite quote or one-liner?
If the line "What makes you think I would ever give you back?" doesn’t  foreshadow something awesome, Neil Gaiman will have written in vain.
Please don’t disappoint Neil Gaiman.

October 26: Favorite quote or one-liner?

If the line "What makes you think I would ever give you back?" doesn’t  foreshadow something awesome, Neil Gaiman will have written in vain.

Please don’t disappoint Neil Gaiman.

OK, Mister “Time can be re-written”.
You know what you have to do.

OK, Mister “Time can be re-written”.

You know what you have to do.

"It’ll never work. He’s gay, and she’s an alien."

"It’ll never work. He’s gay, and she’s an alien."

doctorwho:

thebbcisslowlykillingme:

mahlarchuck:

Am I the only one that thinks this says Moffat if you look at it in the mirror?

oh my god





It *clearly* says “Mafott”. sheesh.

doctorwho:

thebbcisslowlykillingme:

mahlarchuck:

Am I the only one that thinks this says Moffat if you look at it in the mirror?

oh my god

Mafott

It *clearly* says “Mafott”. sheesh.

wilwheaton:

The BBC is sharing some of the sound effects they used on the radio in the 1960 as part of a broader Web audio project they’ve been working on. In the collection called Recreating the sounds of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop using the Web Audio API, they offer explanations of the effects and the technical information associated with the API (which you don’t need to understand), and most importantly they offer that you “have a play” with the virtual devices. The Wobbulator is calling to you.

(via ‘Have a play’ - The Maddow Blog)


http://www.bbc.co.uk/doctorwho/classic/news/radiophonatron.shtml

wilwheaton:

The BBC is sharing some of the sound effects they used on the radio in the 1960 as part of a broader Web audio project they’ve been working on. In the collection called Recreating the sounds of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop using the Web Audio API, they offer explanations of the effects and the technical information associated with the API (which you don’t need to understand), and most importantly they offer that you “have a play” with the virtual devices. The Wobbulator is calling to you.

(via ‘Have a play’ - The Maddow Blog)

http://www.bbc.co.uk/doctorwho/classic/news/radiophonatron.shtml

neil-gaiman:

amandapalmer:

neil gaiman and the holy grail. (and buddha).


What is your quest, Brave Sir Night?

neil-gaiman:

amandapalmer:

neil gaiman and the holy grail. (and buddha).

What is your quest, Brave Sir Night?


“I hope this will be explained later.”
— The Guardian, December 2, 1963.

“I hope this will be explained later.”

— The Guardian, December 2, 1963.

Peek, and you’re dead.

Peek, and you’re dead.

loladelphia:

Criticize Reddit if you must, this mash up of Van Gogh’s “Starry Night” with one of the greatest skylines in America is outstanding!
There’s also a TARDIS, for all of you “Dr. Who” fanatics!

loladelphia:

Criticize Reddit if you must, this mash up of Van Gogh’s “Starry Night” with one of the greatest skylines in America is outstanding!

There’s also a TARDIS, for all of you “Dr. Who” fanatics!

Fun with Motion Studio 3D

Fun with Motion Studio 3D

eveything old is new again

eveything old is new again

barackobama:
Yes, we know who you are.

barackobama:

Yes, we know who you are.

thehitchhikersguidetothegalaxy:

Q: What is the point of Doctor Who?

A: Unknown. It is the first, oldest question in the Whoniverse.

Poke it with a stick!