worldmapswithoutnewzealand:

The Great Browser Wars were rough on New Zealand. She was blown all the up to the equator in 2008 and then we briefly lost her completely in 2010. #NeverForget
source: http://dadaviz.com/s/browser-popularity-country

worldmapswithoutnewzealand:

The Great Browser Wars were rough on New Zealand. She was blown all the up to the equator in 2008 and then we briefly lost her completely in 2010. #NeverForget

source: http://dadaviz.com/s/browser-popularity-country

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dianne-tanner:

Bermondsey Grey http://ift.tt/1hv14cq
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rhea137:

rangireflections:

Harold Fisk’s 1944 alluvial maps of the Lower Mississippi River Valley for the Army Corps of Engineers. There were 15 giant plates in total, tracing the meanders and oxbow bends of the Mississippi back hundreds of years.

balancing.

(Source: radicalcartography.net)

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moderation:

Monday…81015.1

moderation:

Monday…81015.1

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whatjanesaw:

Sylvie Demers

whatjanesaw:

Sylvie Demers

(Source: pinterest.com)

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glamrack:

details:

No one does it quite like Prince. 

too right

glamrack:

details:

No one does it quite like Prince

too right

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CASTING CALL

moderation:

Have you always dreamed of doing stand-up comedy?

Have you taken the first steps towards your dream?

Local Production Company seeks would-be stand-up comics of all types with unique stories who are finally ready to make that dream a reality!

Please send a recent headshot, short bio, and a short paragraph explaining why you want to be a stand-up comic to castingtvfunny!  

We will be having an open casting call at
Broadway Comedy Club on August 19th between 11am-4pm
318 W 53rd St, New York, NY 10019

Must live in New York City or surrounding areas.
Must ONLY be starting out as a Stand-up.  

We look forward to hearing from you!
Thank you!

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splashandgrab:

DURAN LEVISON - TRANSITIONS IN BLOOM


“I really enjoyed being by myself on my skateboard in the middle of China looking for things that interested me. I’m also a geek for a beautiful grain structure. In the end, there’s nothing more rewarding than getting your photos back from the lab and seeing the result of your work weeks after taking them.”


We really enjoyed Duran’s beautiful black and white photo series from his month long travels across China. More of his work can be seen here.


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