Ten years after launching in 2004 – on the 12th of November, 2014 – Lander Philae touched down on the surface of 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko a comet 715 million kilometers away from earth. It periodically took and sent back photos until its batteries depleted. These images are the only photos of a comets surface in existence known to us.

I couldn't find a high-res version of this *insane* video by twitter user landru79. I found the original photos on ESA's Rosetta site, recreated the video sequence and improved color correction. the photos used in the sequence were taken during tea time, between 17:00:03 and 17:24:29 UTC. it's available in 1920p on youtube.
Majolikarelief eines Stiefels mit Ratten im alten Elbtunnel
static timelapse of huxleys neue welt – including people camping for Joshua Bassett. one vertical column of pixels is one minute. generated from 785 photos taken from 6 AM to 7 PM.
procedurally generated crosshatch studies w/ html5 canvas & perlin noise scan effects
"OpenFeint is the pile of bones worn into the foundation of Discord telling us it was built on land that will very occasionally flood to great catastrophe. It was founded in 2009, was given a huge ecosystem of plugins and support, gained ten million followers, took in roughly $12 million of known VC investment, was sold to a Japanese company in 2011 for $104 million, and was fucking dead in the ground by 2012. By the flickering light of its Viking funeral, Discord was founded and the cycle began anew."
Discord, or the Death of Lore