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bendelaney:

The internet… real life… reality… friendship… relationships… modern society… solitude… happiness… peace…

These are the things that occupy my thoughts often. And they are, in one way or another, the reasons I took some time off from the Internet again this Fall. Why do I do it? Why do I turn my…

When I was managing the Tumblr of Newsweek magazine, I had two goals,” told Mark Coatney , who has since been hired by Tumblr and became their “media evangelist.” “The first was to provide Newsweek, whose readers have an average of 57 years, to an audience who do not read.
In which something is lost, but much is gained, through Google Translate. (via markcoatney)

adventuretime:

“Dad’s Dungeon” Animatic

A hologramic Joshua speaks to the boys from beyond the grave in this animatic clip from next Monday night’s episode. Jeremy Shada as Finn, John Di Maggio as Jake. and Babycat’s Kent Osborne as Joshua.

How did a nation that, aside from its mussels and chips, renowned chocolate and reviled Eurocrats (the European Parliament is on the site of an old brewery), has made little impact on the world, come to dominate in beer?
Belgium, a small, unremarkable country, brews world-reknowned beer. The country also makes a bigger range than any other—1,131 at the last count. Its hybrid history and culture are part of the reason why. (via theeconomist)
thetrevorproject:

“At the end of the day, we’re all the same, because we all want to be loved.”

Nick revealed that he has good taste as well — and a good heart. He plans on following in the footsteps of ’Glee’ star Darren Criss and Daniel Radcliffe not only in portraying J. Pierrepont Finch on Broadway, but also by endorsing the Trevor Project and It Gets Better Campaign. “Once I join the show, I plan to do all I can on a few different efforts, including Trevor Project and Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS,” Jonas revealed. “I want to inspire all young people, whether they’re diabetic, being bullied, or just having a hard time at home. Dealing with diabetes has been tough, but I’ve also been so blessed, and I feel I can give real encouragement and inspiration to young people dealing with similar issues.”

Thanks for the love, Nick! READ THE FULL ARTICLE HERE.

thetrevorproject:

“At the end of the day, we’re all the same, because we all want to be loved.”

Nick revealed that he has good taste as well — and a good heart. He plans on following in the footsteps of ’Glee’ star Darren Criss and Daniel Radcliffe not only in portraying J. Pierrepont Finch on Broadway, but also by endorsing the Trevor Project and It Gets Better Campaign. “Once I join the show, I plan to do all I can on a few different efforts, including Trevor Project and Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS,” Jonas revealed. “I want to inspire all young people, whether they’re diabetic, being bullied, or just having a hard time at home. Dealing with diabetes has been tough, but I’ve also been so blessed, and I feel I can give real encouragement and inspiration to young people dealing with similar issues.”

Thanks for the love, Nick! READ THE FULL ARTICLE HERE.