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prendere il sole, aria aperta, e quando torno a casa occhiata veloce su tumblr per gli ultimi post!! ragazzi questa è vita!

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We’re rolling out search across Tumblr, starting with individual tumblelog search.

You can check it out on our tumblelogs here:

Search boxes aren’t in any stock themes yet, but they’ll be included soon.

In the meantime, you can add a search box to your custom theme…

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Dribbble, masterfully crafted by Dan Cederholm and Rich Thornett, went live over the weekend.

I don’t recall all the details, but probably sometime in 2008, Dan Cederholm and I had a conversation about an app he was considering building. Fundamentally, the idea was to build a community…

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businessoffashion:


Proenza Schouler, Spring 2012 by Willy Vanderperre

businessoffashion:

Proenza Schouler, Spring 2012 by Willy Vanderperre

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surisburnbook:

Us Weekly has a story up on their website right now claiming that Victoria Beckham went on a $645 shopping spree for Baby Harper.

$645? I don’t consider a shopping trip a “spree” until American Express has called to verify charges.

Also, if you ask my opinion, that little dress isn’t going to do Harper’s shapeless body any favors.

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She’s emo? You’d cut too, if you’ve been through what she has. She’s anorexic? You’d be too, if everyone called you fat everyday. She’s a whore? She made one mistake that cost her, her reputation. She’s a showoff? Her parents abused her, & she’s never heard of praise. She’s loud? She’s invisible at home, & she wants to be heard. She’s quiet? She’s afraid to speak, because she’s scared to get made fun of. She’s fat? She binges, because she misses her dead brother. She’s a geek? She wants to get into college, so she can support her poverty ridden family. She doesn’t wear abrecrombie? Her parents have been out of work for months, clothes aren’t her top priority if she can’t even afford food. She’s ugly? Tell me, what is the definition of beauty? Who are you to judge them? You know their name, not their story. Reblog if you’re against bullying, if not keep scrolling.

thebladeismybestfriend:

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theatlantic:

mcnallyjackson:

This is the first page of a handwritten draft of Infinite Jest. Found it on the website of draft, which is a new & exciting journal about the writing process: “mechanics, techniques, approaches, triumphs, failures, concussive frustration—everything that goes into crafting a publishable piece of creative writing through revision.” More here.

Behind every great work, there is an ink-stained piece of notebook paper.

theatlantic:

mcnallyjackson:

This is the first page of a handwritten draft of Infinite Jest. Found it on the website of draft, which is a new & exciting journal about the writing process: “mechanics, techniques, approaches, triumphs, failures, concussive frustration—everything that goes into crafting a publishable piece of creative writing through revision.” More here.

Behind every great work, there is an ink-stained piece of notebook paper.

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thecrazyfilipino:

You didn’t answer my questions for advice /: - this isn’t my advice blog, but this is - www.ask-ate.tumblr.com

what is your religion?

roman catholic.

what’s your theme?

http://www.tumblr.com/theme/17684

How do you do your hair and eyelashes?

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thegongshow:

The Spawn of craigslist
Like most VCs that focus on investing in the applications layer of the internet, I’m fascinated by craigslist.  Most commonly, people reflect on the amazing scale of the site with such efficient operating leverage. A team of thirty-or-so people manages a top 10 ranked English-speaking website in the world.
I find it particularly interesting how craigslist is able to legitamitely compete (if not dominate) in such a broad range of categories. They do so using less features and “worse” interface design than their competition (Sidenote: Craigslist is case-and-point that “more features” is *not* a competitive advantage, so please remove your features chart from your competition slide in your pitch deck, thanks!).
I put together this pic that visualizes how entrepreneurs have tried to carve out niches from craigslist, some more successful than others.  This is in no way a comprehensive list (feel free to add to it in the comments below), and in some places, one might argue that craigslist is getting whipped (homeaway? others?). Also, some companies may have been founded early enough that craigslist wasn’t an original competitor. Regardless, it’s amazing how craigslist’s broad, horizontal approach to creating marketplaces is successful overall.

thegongshow:

The Spawn of craigslist

Like most VCs that focus on investing in the applications layer of the internet, I’m fascinated by craigslist.  Most commonly, people reflect on the amazing scale of the site with such efficient operating leverage. A team of thirty-or-so people manages a top 10 ranked English-speaking website in the world.

I find it particularly interesting how craigslist is able to legitamitely compete (if not dominate) in such a broad range of categories. They do so using less features and “worse” interface design than their competition (Sidenote: Craigslist is case-and-point that “more features” is *not* a competitive advantage, so please remove your features chart from your competition slide in your pitch deck, thanks!).

I put together this pic that visualizes how entrepreneurs have tried to carve out niches from craigslist, some more successful than others.  This is in no way a comprehensive list (feel free to add to it in the comments below), and in some places, one might argue that craigslist is getting whipped (homeaway? others?). Also, some companies may have been founded early enough that craigslist wasn’t an original competitor. Regardless, it’s amazing how craigslist’s broad, horizontal approach to creating marketplaces is successful overall.

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svalts:

Song of Storms - by Erik Schumacher

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