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whenthewhat:

Troublemaker of the Moment

whenthewhat:

Troublemaker of the Moment

thecosbysweaterproject:

Season 3, Episode 9: “Denise Gets a ‘D’”
Cliff is all dressed up for Denise’s arrival home from college.  Little does he know that she’s not just getting ONE D, she’s getting THREE!

thecosbysweaterproject:

Season 3, Episode 9: “Denise Gets a ‘D’”

Cliff is all dressed up for Denise’s arrival home from college.  Little does he know that she’s not just getting ONE D, she’s getting THREE!

breakingblog:

Steve Jobs news rockets across the social web: Early yesterday evening, we started seeing several Steve Jobs rumors floating around Twitter.  But when Breaking News editor Stephanie Clary (@sclary) saw the sad news confirmed in an Associated Press alert, she published a six-word tweet seconds later, sparking shock and disbelief across Twitter.
In fact, that tweet was RT’d more times than any other tweet in @breakingnews history: nearly 11,000 times, according to Twitter analytics.  Subsequent tweets were shared thousands of times, as well.  And @breakingnews added over 10,000 new followers yesterday alone.
We also simultaneously published the news on Facebook, Google+ and Tumblr.  In each case, the story was one of our most-shared and commented ever.  We collected some of the reaction on BreakingNews.com.
The social outpouring exemplifies how Steve Jobs touched so many lives in a profound way.  We’ve heard from several people who first discovered the news on their mobile devices, either via Twitter, Facebook or by a “push alert” from apps by Breaking News and other news organizations. Then quickly, they shared the news with their friends — sometimes with their own memories of Jobs — propelling the story around the world.
President Obama said it best.  “There may be no greater tribute to Steve’s success than the fact that much of the world learned of his pass on a device he invented.”#RIPSteveJobs
(Post by @corybe. Photo by Robert Galbraith / Reuters)

breakingblog:

Steve Jobs news rockets across the social web: Early yesterday evening, we started seeing several Steve Jobs rumors floating around Twitter.  But when Breaking News editor Stephanie Clary (@sclary) saw the sad news confirmed in an Associated Press alert, she published a six-word tweet seconds later, sparking shock and disbelief across Twitter.

In fact, that tweet was RT’d more times than any other tweet in @breakingnews history: nearly 11,000 times, according to Twitter analytics.  Subsequent tweets were shared thousands of times, as well.  And @breakingnews added over 10,000 new followers yesterday alone.

We also simultaneously published the news on Facebook, Google+ and Tumblr.  In each case, the story was one of our most-shared and commented ever.  We collected some of the reaction on BreakingNews.com.

The social outpouring exemplifies how Steve Jobs touched so many lives in a profound way.  We’ve heard from several people who first discovered the news on their mobile devices, either via Twitter, Facebook or by a “push alert” from apps by Breaking News and other news organizations. Then quickly, they shared the news with their friends — sometimes with their own memories of Jobs — propelling the story around the world.

President Obama said it best.  “There may be no greater tribute to Steve’s success than the fact that much of the world learned of his pass on a device he invented.”

#RIPSteveJobs

(Post by @corybe. Photo by Robert Galbraith / Reuters)

streeter:

This is very exciting. My biking team, Big Oil, is in 1st PLACE for donations to the Climate Ride. We’re a ways off from the $4,800 Jorts Challenge, but we’re nearing the $2,400 level at which we’ll be allowed to ride. 
If you’d like to help a good cause and/or see me ride my bike 300 miles in jorts, DONATE NOW!

streeter:

This is very exciting. My biking team, Big Oil, is in 1st PLACE for donations to the Climate Ride. We’re a ways off from the $4,800 Jorts Challenge, but we’re nearing the $2,400 level at which we’ll be allowed to ride. 

If you’d like to help a good cause and/or see me ride my bike 300 miles in jorts, DONATE NOW!

designlanguage:

An attempt at redesigning this chart from The Guardian to make the plaintiffs and defendants a bit more clear.
Edit: HTC has agreed to licensing terms on Microsoft’s patents and there is currently no lawsuit.
Another Edit: Updated to show Motorola’s Lawsuit targeting Apple.

designlanguage:

An attempt at redesigning this chart from The Guardian to make the plaintiffs and defendants a bit more clear.

Edit: HTC has agreed to licensing terms on Microsoft’s patents and there is currently no lawsuit.

Another Edit: Updated to show Motorola’s Lawsuit targeting Apple.

revkin:

Bastrop Cty., Texas, where wildfire has wrecked ~500 homes since Sunday, has seen population quadruple since 1970. (Figures from U.S. Census)

revkin:

Bastrop Cty., Texas, where wildfire has wrecked ~500 homes since Sunday, has seen population quadruple since 1970. (Figures from U.S. Census)

jakestangel:

Hey girl.


Welcome back to the program. The program of making it. If you’re just joining, I’m writing a large 4 piece post on what I think are the four most important things you can do to become a professional photographer. They are (follow the links back as the parts appear):

occupythemusicindustry:

Is a healthier music culture possible? To be distributed at this year’s NYC music marathon…

occupythemusicindustry:

Is a healthier music culture possible?

To be distributed at this year’s NYC music marathon…