Eternal Sunshine of a Spotless Blogger

Eternal Sunshine of a Spotless Blogger

Zoé concert - San Francisco, CA

Zoé concert - San Francisco, CA

awwww-cute:

who wore it better wednesday

awwww-cute:

who wore it better wednesday

(via misspepperanne)

thomaslevinson:

"I am a leaf on the wind - watch how I soar." - Wash
Drawn from this sick pic by Kate
Photoshop + Wacom + couple new brushes

thomaslevinson:

"I am a leaf on the wind - watch how I soar." - Wash

Drawn from this sick pic by Kate

Photoshop + Wacom + couple new brushes

parislemon:

$400?! For A Smartwatch?!

Thunder is good, thunder is impressive; but it is lightning that does all the work.

Mark Twain (thinkexist.com)
fastcodesign:

Control This Art Museum’s Robots From The Comfort Of Your Couch
In “After Dark,” Internet users around the world control a team of robots that livestream the Tate’s collections into the wee hours.
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fastcodesign:

Control This Art Museum’s Robots From The Comfort Of Your Couch

In “After Dark,” Internet users around the world control a team of robots that livestream the Tate’s collections into the wee hours.

Read More>

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laughingsquid:

Patrick aka ‘Fat Pat from Ballarat’, The World’s Oldest and Largest Wombat Turns 29-Years Old

The most productive people work for 52 minutes at a time, then break for 17 minutes before getting back to it.

The employees with the highest productivity ratings, in fact, don’t even work eight-hour days. Turns out, the secret to retaining the highest level of productivity over the span of a workday is not working longer—but working smarter with frequent breaks.

The makers of a productivity app examine their user data to extract “the rule of 52 and 17.” This, of course, is nothing new – previous productivity studies of elite violinists have found that the best of them work in 90-minute chunks separated by 20-minute breaks.

Pair with some handy tips on how to master the pace of being productive, but don’t forget that presence is a greater art than productivity

(HT Quipsologies)

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laughingsquid:

Delightful Silhouette Art on Windows by Pejac
The purps - Berkeley, CA

@ohdeardaisy

The purps - Berkeley, CA

@ohdeardaisy

misspepperanne:

"When is daddy going to wake up? I wanna jump on the bed!"

Yes. That’s my foot 😜

misspepperanne:

"When is daddy going to wake up? I wanna jump on the bed!"

Yes. That’s my foot 😜

wired:

Glen E. Friedman is responsible for many of the most iconic portraits of hip-hop, punk, and skating legends taken in the ‘80s and ‘90s. The best of these photos has been compiled in a new anthology called My Rules.
See more of Friedman’s shots of Ice-T, Henry Rollins, and Tony Hawk here.
wired:

Glen E. Friedman is responsible for many of the most iconic portraits of hip-hop, punk, and skating legends taken in the ‘80s and ‘90s. The best of these photos has been compiled in a new anthology called My Rules.
See more of Friedman’s shots of Ice-T, Henry Rollins, and Tony Hawk here.
wired:

Glen E. Friedman is responsible for many of the most iconic portraits of hip-hop, punk, and skating legends taken in the ‘80s and ‘90s. The best of these photos has been compiled in a new anthology called My Rules.
See more of Friedman’s shots of Ice-T, Henry Rollins, and Tony Hawk here.

wired:

Glen E. Friedman is responsible for many of the most iconic portraits of hip-hop, punk, and skating legends taken in the ‘80s and ‘90s. The best of these photos has been compiled in a new anthology called My Rules.

See more of Friedman’s shots of Ice-T, Henry Rollins, and Tony Hawk here.

September - Market St, San Francisco

September - Market St, San Francisco

Do not feed the thieves - Oakland, CA

Do not feed the thieves - Oakland, CA