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14

Apr

When someone posts an #aftersexselfie

classicland:

So do I

classicland:

So do I

tastefullyoffensive:

[fowllanguagecomics]
theatlantic:

The First Emoticon May Have Appear in … 1648

The discovery would push back the pre-history of the emoticon by (at least) 200 years.
Read more. [Image: Robert Herrick]

theatlantic:

The First Emoticon May Have Appear in … 1648

The discovery would push back the pre-history of the emoticon by (at least) 200 years.

Read more. [Image: Robert Herrick]

futurejournalismproject:

The Crossroads of Should and Must
An absolute must-read from artist Elle Luna on Medium on leaving her job at Mailbox to make art. Complete with beautiful illustrations and heaps of wisdom on when to follow “must” and when to follow “should” in life and work (which shouldn’t be two separate things).
Image: Screenshot from the illustrated piece.
Related: Another fantastic read (this one from David Cain), on why procrastination is not laziness.

futurejournalismproject:

The Crossroads of Should and Must

An absolute must-read from artist Elle Luna on Medium on leaving her job at Mailbox to make art. Complete with beautiful illustrations and heaps of wisdom on when to follow “must” and when to follow “should” in life and work (which shouldn’t be two separate things).

Image: Screenshot from the illustrated piece.

Related: Another fantastic read (this one from David Cain), on why procrastination is not laziness.

07

Apr

thejasminechronicles:

THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL

"Director Wes Anderson at his quirky best" ~ Tim Robey, The Telegraph

"This artfully precise comedy is full of rapier sharp wit and Ralph Feinnes’s timing is note perfect" ~ Mark Kermode, The Guardian

"The bittersweet chocolate on the pillow…a complex caper" ~ A.O.Scott, New York Times

"Typically stylish but deceptively thoughtful" ~ Rotten Tomatoes

30

Mar

#municipales Quand je vois les chiffres de la participation à la mi-journée:

11

Mar

teandcats:

Edinburgh on We Heart Ithttp://weheartit.com/entry/105133195/via/teandcats

reuters:

In a Holi tradition unique to Nandgaon and Barsana villages, men sing provocative songs to gain the attention of women, who then “beat” them with bamboo sticks called “lathis”. Holi, also known as the Festival of Colours, heralds the beginning of spring and is celebrated all over India.

(Photos: REUTERS/Adnan Abidi)