A little Tumblr history from Marco →
fishingboatproceeds: david: :’) My life is much better now that I am following David Karp on the thing that he made. (And also my life is so much better because he made it.)
I sound awful saying it but I think it can be like that. I see a lot of people...– Laura Marling (via idontbelonginacoffeeshop)
justinbieberrealness: there is nothing romantic about being a mess and flunking out of school and crying in therapist’s offices and i wish movies would stop romanticizing this kind of thing bc it’s actually very shitty
himchanspenus: Here’s a serious advice. Even the nicest people have their limits. Don’t try to reach that point because the nicest people are also the scariest assholes when they’ve had enough.
Hank's Tumblr: Thoughts on the Yahoo! Thing →
edwardspoonhands: First, I love Tumblr and want to keep loving it. And yes, it is immediately terrifying to hear that Yahoo (which, from a lot of our perspectives, is a laughably backwards and culturally irrelevant company) is going to own Tumblr. I sympathize. But there are a number of circumstances in which this will not be a disaster. Let’s think: WHY TO NOT BE TERRIFIED David Karp is...
Felicia's Melange: Star Trek Movie: SPOILERZZZZ →
theashleyclements: thisfeliciaday: You are officially spoiled if you read below, NO COMPLAINTS! Up front I will say I enjoyed this latest Star Trek movie a lot. It was super noisy, but enjoyable, beautifully executed, and I particularly like some of the secondary characters, Spock was excellent, etc etc. I just want to share an… THIS. This so hard. Also, when one of only 2 significant...
canadianslut: I wish my name was Zoe so I could introduce myself like this
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seanbonner: NAILED IT
From Photography to Film: Stanley Kubrick Enters... →
patrickfraserphotography: Stanley Kubrick was still a teenager when he was hired as a staff photographer for Look Magazine. One of his photo essays, scenes from the life of Bronx-born boxer Walter Cartier, would inspire the acclaimed filmmaker’s directorial debut, ‘Day at the Fight.’