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mariokartology:

a compilation of the reasons why my life is not progressing

— 4 weeks ago with 268 notes
theillustratednewsblog:

Songs of Connaissance, Sara Pollard

Dearest readers, 
It is with great excitement that I wake my hands out of hibernation and get back into the swing of things.
Unrelated to this blog, but related to my life, so it goes in my general stream of consciousness: much of my time and efforts have been poured into a term of national service I am currently serving as an AmeriCorps VISTA. But, that’s a different day, a different blog. All in all, I apologize for my leave of absence and am grateful to be able to continue pursuing what I have always loved… laughing alone at my own jokes as the world unfolds itself.

Back to the real stuff. My hands and mind grew restless as Tim Cook and co. at Apple released some BIG SHIT last week. Like the iPhone 6 Plus (literally big shit) and the Apple Watch. So much for consistency, amirite? Side note: I can literally not stay mad at Apple for longer than like, three minutes tops. 
So, this reflection is post-those three minutes. A lot of people have been losing it over Apple & U2’s free gift of an album, Songs of Innocence, that was forcefully loaded on yer iPhone. (Go in your music and check it if you have not.) So much so that there’s a pass-aggress special site to SUPER DELETE the album from iTunes. 
Yes, I get that it’s a little off-putting that this LP just sat itself in my library. And on a danger scale of texting and driving to [insert not dangerous activity. the power’s in your hands], U2 is super harmless. I suppose the act does have potential to be used invasively. 
BUT. So does everything.
For now, I’m just going to keep on pretending to text people on my iPhone to avoid unwanted conversation and enjoy my semi-okay, well, as good as U2 can be in 2014, U2 albumAlso, it was supposed to be a gift. Pfft.

New thing!

theillustratednewsblog:

Songs of Connaissance, Sara Pollard

Dearest readers, 

It is with great excitement that I wake my hands out of hibernation and get back into the swing of things.

Unrelated to this blog, but related to my life, so it goes in my general stream of consciousness: much of my time and efforts have been poured into a term of national service I am currently serving as an AmeriCorps VISTA. But, that’s a different day, a different blog. All in all, I apologize for my leave of absence and am grateful to be able to continue pursuing what I have always loved… laughing alone at my own jokes as the world unfolds itself.

Back to the real stuff. My hands and mind grew restless as Tim Cook and co. at Apple released some BIG SHIT last week. Like the iPhone 6 Plus (literally big shit) and the Apple Watch. So much for consistency, amirite? Side note: I can literally not stay mad at Apple for longer than like, three minutes tops. 

So, this reflection is post-those three minutes. A lot of people have been losing it over Apple & U2’s free gift of an album, Songs of Innocence, that was forcefully loaded on yer iPhone. (Go in your music and check it if you have not.) So much so that there’s a pass-aggress special site to SUPER DELETE the album from iTunes. 

Yes, I get that it’s a little off-putting that this LP just sat itself in my library. And on a danger scale of texting and driving to [insert not dangerous activity. the power’s in your hands], U2 is super harmless. I suppose the act does have potential to be used invasively. 

BUT. So does everything.

For now, I’m just going to keep on pretending to text people on my iPhone to avoid unwanted conversation and enjoy my semi-okay, well, as good as U2 can be in 2014, U2 album

Also, it was supposed to be a gift. Pfft.

New thing!

— 1 month ago with 3 notes
Doctor Who Series 8 

iouanapple:

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Beautiful episode posters designed by Stuart Manning for Radio Times

— 1 month ago with 285 notes

asylum-art:

Emerson Cooper: Mending the Labyrinth , 2014

at Muriel Guepin Gallery

Emerson is quietly at work repairing the universe. No really its true. His story began many years ago after his black cat Roger spoke to him in a dream. Ever since Emerson has seen repair as his mission. Repurposing found images and objects from his flotsam archive he constructs his imaginary lost stories. Forever present are his favorite themes of looming disaster, unspoken injury, survival and transcendence. Emerson believes in everyday heroes, guardian spirits and the enduring after-life. Emerson Cooper works and lives in New York City.

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— 3 months ago with 750 notes

superawesomeshop:

More Coffee by Gizem Vural on Tumblr

Totes and original painting available on Etsy

(Source: sosuperawesome, via teacoffeebooks)

— 3 months ago with 1112 notes
snowce:

Tacita Dean, Ship of Death, 2001

snowce:

Tacita Dean, Ship of Death, 2001

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— 7 months ago with 78 notes

daft punk’s evolution

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— 8 months ago with 9113 notes