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austinkleon:


Credit is always due.

If you share the work of others, it’s your duty to make sure that the creators of that work get proper credit. Crediting work in our copy-and-paste age of reblogs and retweets can seem like a futile effort, but it’s worth it, and it’s the right thing to do. You should always share the work of others as if it were your own, treating it with respect and care.



Yes.

austinkleon:

Credit is always due.

If you share the work of others, it’s your duty to make sure that the creators of that work get proper credit. Crediting work in our copy-and-paste age of reblogs and retweets can seem like a futile effort, but it’s worth it, and it’s the right thing to do. You should always share the work of others as if it were your own, treating it with respect and care.

Yes.

photojojo:

Adam Magyar is not your average photographer. For one, he built his own camera from scratch. 

Adam’s camera captures multiple frames in the span of a second, which he then compiles into these mesmerizing panoramic portraits. 

Panoramic Portraits of Urban Scenes

via Complex

This is a fun video to watch. I do like how the smooth, straight-line motion eliminates the distorted effect that you would get with, for example, 360-degree panoramic images/movies. This gives a better sense of what things really look like.

writingprompts:

#795
what colors are you?

I think I just go around and around the wheel in a clockwise direction. This wheel is an interesting way of grouping things … in a roundabout way.

writingprompts:

#795

what colors are you?

I think I just go around and around the wheel in a clockwise direction. This wheel is an interesting way of grouping things … in a roundabout way.

I’ve long been fascinated with linguistics, and this was an interesting way of looking at things, especially given the kinds of numbers I deal with on a daily basis.
Like if you agree.
theatlantic:

'No One Should Die Because They Can't Afford Healthcare': One Meme's Story

People shared some version of the “no one should” meme more than a million times—and as they did, they changed it.
Read more.

I’ve long been fascinated with linguistics, and this was an interesting way of looking at things, especially given the kinds of numbers I deal with on a daily basis.

Like if you agree.

theatlantic:

'No One Should Die Because They Can't Afford Healthcare': One Meme's Story

People shared some version of the “no one should” meme more than a million times—and as they did, they changed it.

Read more.

Cat shaming. Oh dear.
(via The 27 Naughtiest Cats In The World)

Cat shaming. Oh dear.

(via The 27 Naughtiest Cats In The World)

(via "Flamingo, Kenya, Lake Bogoria")
Back when we didn’t know what we didn’t know, cartographers put sea monsters at the edge of maps to represent the unknown.
There are also some old-timey globes that have these.
(via BibliOdyssey: Map Monsters)

Back when we didn’t know what we didn’t know, cartographers put sea monsters at the edge of maps to represent the unknown.

There are also some old-timey globes that have these.

(via BibliOdyssey: Map Monsters)

Casually mentioned my fascination with this toy that I almost bought for myself in a FB post, and the thread went nuts … it looks like it got good reviews. So maybe …
(via Moon In My Room)

Casually mentioned my fascination with this toy that I almost bought for myself in a FB post, and the thread went nuts … it looks like it got good reviews. So maybe …

(via Moon In My Room)

I’d bake this.
(via Mint Chocolate Chip Cookies recipe from Betty Crocker)

Slow-Witted Conspiracy Theorist Convinced Government Behind NASA

I kind of knew it all along.