My new sounds:

onaissues:

Thank you, Ian Lajara, for pulling together these tips on how to make gifs, quick!

IAN LOL :D

onaissues:

Thank you, Ian Lajara, for pulling together these tips on how to make gifs, quick!

IAN LOL :D

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My new sounds:

"Because, at the end, you have to be an asshole first to be a Glasshole."

About those ‘glassholes’

Tags: Google Glass


(Taken with http://cinemagr.am)

Here’s the entire list of (sanctioned) Google Glass’ apps (Glassware) as of Dec. 17, 2013 (and what I have on) Added with the updated were much coveted YouTube and Hangouts, among others.

Here’s the entire list of (sanctioned) Google Glass’ apps (Glassware) as of Dec. 17, 2013 (and what I have on) Added with the updated were much coveted YouTube and Hangouts, among others.

Tags: Google Glass

Sinterklaas 2013 , a set by douglasbaz on Flickr.
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Sinterklaas 2013 , a set by douglasbaz on Flickr.


(Taken with http://cinemagr.am)

Tags: cinemagraph

theatlantic:

Can That Viral Photo of the Fogged-In Grand Canyon Possibly Be Real?

You may have seen this photograph (or one like it) floating around your social media feeds in the last week.
It’s the Grand Canyon filled with fog. 
Gorgeous. Stunning. All the adjectives we use to describe things like space photos. They make sense here. 
But is it real? 
It certainly looked to be good to true to my eye. 
But lo and behold, these images are real, tweeted out by the National Parks Service’s Grand Canyon team itself. I love when there is a simple answer to a viral photo question.
Read more. [Image: National Parks Service]


Viral photo is actually real. WORLD OVER. 

theatlantic:

Can That Viral Photo of the Fogged-In Grand Canyon Possibly Be Real?

You may have seen this photograph (or one like it) floating around your social media feeds in the last week.

It’s the Grand Canyon filled with fog. 

Gorgeous. Stunning. All the adjectives we use to describe things like space photos. They make sense here. 

But is it real? 

It certainly looked to be good to true to my eye. 

But lo and behold, these images are real, tweeted out by the National Parks Service’s Grand Canyon team itself. I love when there is a simple answer to a viral photo question.

Read more. [Image: National Parks Service]

Viral photo is actually real. WORLD OVER. 

Way ahead of you, buddy!