In|Digital I blog about the technology, movies, music, design, and culture while trying to stay in touch with the world. I'm an Advertising Major at South Dakota State University who is interested in technology.
  • indigital published a photo post 2 months ago

    Up in the clouds. #chicago #windycity

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    Night on the town (at Goodman Theatre)

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    Oh, Chicago … #chicago #building #beautiful #skyline (at Riverbend)

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    "This is my kind of town, Chicago is" - Frank Sinatra #chicago #windycity #skyline (at Upshot)

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  • indigital published a video post 2 months ago

    Chicago Subway #teamyeager #whoosh

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    Wonders. #sdweather #winter #sunset #woods (at Yeager Hall)

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  • indigital reblogged a photo post 5 months ago

    eternalacademic:

    scienceisbeauty:

    "Sue’s Skull. The largest and most complete skeleton of T. rex, named SUE after its discoverer, sported a large skull, measuring some 3.3 feet (1 m) across at the back and 5 feet (1.5 m) long.”

    Source: The Life of T. Rex (livescience.com)

    "Always reblog South Dakotans."

    Go South Dakota and Sue is currently being shown off at the Washington Pavilion in Sioux Falls, South Dakota until January 5.

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  • indigital reblogged a photo post 5 months ago

    theavc:

    20 years later, Jurassic Park still feels like the quintessential special-effects movie. Sorry, Howard The Duck.”

    The first time the T-Rex is introduced is probably one of the best scenes in cinematic history. Also, I might be a little bias because Jurassic Park is my favorite movie. 

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