April 6, 2011

At your woodland computer...

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... you can cavort with all the creatures of the virtual forest.

21 comments:

Ron said...

It's iMeade!

chickelit said...

Beware of falling apples...

Lincolntf said...

Ummmm, those are computers, right? Produced by the evil corporations that have out-sourced all their labor to the Third World while voraciously devouring precious metals and fossil fuels?

Smash every fucking one of them and let the Dems see what the world would look like if they get their way.

DRJ said...

Are these waterproof?

PatHMV said...

DRJ... looks to me like they're inside, not outside, in a large covered atrium.

Is this some sort of Apple store or something?

kate said...

Union South?

Meade said...

Close, kate.

Alex said...

Not an Apple Store.

Palladian said...

Those red chairs in the background? "Orange Slice", designed by Pierre Paulin in 1960, produced by the Dutch furniture maker Artifort. Retail price: $2,591.00, each.

MadisonMan said...

Discovery Center, isn't it?

They have good (cheap) cookies there.

Palladian said...

In the autumn they'll have to rake the desktops.

TosaGuy said...

Pretty nice place for some folks to do facebook.

edutcher said...

I thought only you were allowed to cavort with Meade.

Almost Ali said...
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Almost Ali said...

What about the baby elephant?

(he asked in lieu of the Kloppenburg Parallax, and the coming destruction of Wisconsin - leading everyone to forage for food south of I-40)

William said...

Ann, what sort of red chairs are those in the background? They look kinda Mid Century Modernish - a favorite of mine.

Maybe a pic of them the next time you pass by?

Ann Althouse said...

I have some pics that focus on the chairs. Will put them up later.

It's a really cool interior space.

William said...

My apologies. I see that Palladian has already answered my question, and the chairs are, indeed, iconic MCM pieces.

I'd be surprised, however, if they are the real deal. You can pick up decent quality knockoffs for a few hundred bucks apiece. Unless, of course, the place is a government operation with an unlimited budget....

Carol_Herman said...

I notice Meade likes the very tight bottom on a pair of genes. Since my son recently complained that a long walk with the dogs produced flea bites up his legs, I was wondering if the tighter fit of the genes isn't a benefit, when you're out in the woods. Or even just doing landscaping.

Shawn L. said...

Looks like the Apple doesn't fall far from the tree.

(Sorry, I couldn't resist.)

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