I Wear Sunblock

nevver:

Fortune cookie
Oct 19

nevver:

Fortune cookie

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nevver:

Fuck you Hoodie
Sep 7

nevver:

Fuck you Hoodie

Aug 26

thatcurlyhurdgirl:

I will reblog this everyday

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simplypotterheads:

Oh
my
god.
Jun 18

simplypotterheads:

Oh

my

god.

(via gigglebangs)

"The tagline from a recent ad for the ubiquitous Beats by Dre headphones is “Hear What You Want.” This is quietly revolutionary. Today, for the first time in human history, we are not only able to break down the components of what makes a noise noisy; we’re also able to control sonic inputs at the level of the individual human. We’re able to customize our lives with music and podcasts and videos that stream to our ears alone. These playlists are often so intimately calibrated to our desires that even the errant sight of someone else’s soundtrack displayed on a screen—that guy on the bus clicking on to Mumford and Sons’ “I Will Wait”—can seem like a fairly extreme violation of privacy. Earbuds and headphones, though, don’t simply give us access to personalized soundtracks; they also filter out external noises, transforming sound waves from something implicitly communal to something stubbornly personal. As Trevor Pinch, a professor of Science and Technology Studies at Cornell, put it to me: “Sound has become more thing-like—it’s become more mediated by technology.” We may not have earlids; earbuds, however, get us pretty close."

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Exactly a century and a half after Charles Dickens and Charles Babbage waged a war on noise, The Atlantic's Megan Garber explores how digital technology is transforming our relationship with sound in a gorgeous feature article.

(Also: Hurray for the reinvestment in long-form journalism!)

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May 14
May 13

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Oh hey Nana. @darthsteimel  (at The Steimel House)
May 9

Oh hey Nana. @darthsteimel (at The Steimel House)

Apr 24

photojojo:

You have to admit, there’s something special about the perspective you get from peering over the earth at 20,000 feet up. 

Photographer Christoph Gielen went about capturing the sprawl of suburban America in his magnificent new book, “Ciphers.”

The Mesmerizing Visuals of American Suburbia

via Lost at E Minor

chels:

Is the perfect time to watch the great 90s classic One Fine Day.

Apr 15
A rainy evening in April

"Even when reading is impossible, the presence of books acquired produces such an ecstasy that the buying of more books than one can read is nothing less than the soul reaching towards infinity. We cherish books even if unread, there mere presence exudes comfort, their ready access reassurance."

- A.E. Newton  (via paperlover)

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Mar 31
broadcity:

The New Yorker!!

Truth
Mar 27

broadcity:

The New Yorker!!

Truth

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Mar 11

newsweek:

FIRST KISS (by Tatia PIlieva)

Twenty strangers kiss for the first time.

nedhepburn:

How Apply for the Amtrak Residency for Writers.
Mar 9

nedhepburn:

How Apply for the Amtrak Residency for Writers.

Mar 5

Meryl Streep on working with Chris and Liam Hemsworth

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Mar 2