29 8 / 2014

nateswinehart:

Being good to each other is so important, guys.

(via wilwheaton)

16 8 / 2014

Not a good sign.

Not a good sign.

(Source: screenshotsofdespair)

14 8 / 2014

Makes me smile.

Makes me smile.

(Source: merlin, via parislemon)

21 7 / 2014

kenyatta:

kenyatta:

continuants:

padalekki:

It’s Avocado Season

gpoy

Reblogging to make this point…

Views on original YouTube video:

Notes on Tumblr post:

Which means that the Tumblr in-dash views are probably exponentially higher.

Update: the tumblr notes for this post are up to:

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While the YouTube video:

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mememolly has a great rule for shooting web video: compose your shot so that it’ll make a great gif. 

If a meme (in the broadest sense of an ‘idea’) lends itself to translation from one format (YouTube video) to another (Tumblr gif, reddit image macro) it increases its range of possible host platforms.

The more commonly accepted formats there are on a platform, the greater the range of possible memes + expressions.

It’s why I’m ultimately bullish on Vine as “Twitter video” and why I love the rise of the “viral” text post on tumblr. Both widen the paradigm of possible commonly accepted expression within communities.

Related via hautepop

The cross-platform travels of a viral tweet - from Twitter to Imgur, Tumblr & Facebook

(Source: achievestiel)

08 7 / 2014

(Source: sandandglass)

20 6 / 2014

Spent the past couple of days on the Buffalo River. Amazing scenery.  (at Kyle’s Landing)

Spent the past couple of days on the Buffalo River. Amazing scenery. (at Kyle’s Landing)

26 5 / 2014

updatesupdatesupdates:

I don’t remember what issue of BYTE Magazine I found these in, but these people are all REALLY happy about computers.

(via kenyatta)

22 5 / 2014

(Source: dovga.net, via mr-eatme)

06 5 / 2014

parislemon:

nevver:

Ray Bradbury

Might as well jump.

parislemon:

nevver:

Ray Bradbury

Might as well jump.

(Source: baronfig.com)

02 5 / 2014


We’re living in an era where capturing moments using our phones is more important than actually living these moments with whoever is beside us.

Look up.

We’re living in an era where capturing moments using our phones is more important than actually living these moments with whoever is beside us.

Look up.

(Source: clintonlevy, via amandapalmer)