Batman at home by Gabriel Hernan Ramirez
Name Pen & Ink
Location San Francisco
Wendy MacNaughton is an artist who likes to draw library denizens, farmer’s market vegetables, and life philosophy charts. Isaac Fitzgerald is a writer who likes to talk about love and heartbreak and booze. Both have questionable tattoos. They’re collaborating on the new Tumblr project Pen & Ink to tell the stories of other people’s body art in words and pictures. You can also submit your own.
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1% musician and 99% bitch. She said it.
The Minds behind Electric Literature bring you a top-notch fiction magazine publishing directly to Tumblr.
The Clean Beauty Blog
Trends to try, looks to get, reviews to read and news to know of the latest & greatest in clean and green beauty.
Millions saw the apple fall, but Newton was the one who asked why. —
Always look for ways to challenge conventional thinking. Opportunity lies in places which are accepted as status quo.(via moneyisnotimportant)
Today we’re thrilled to announce the addition of our 12th supported language on Tumblr: Dutch!
You can change your language settings on your Preferences page and keep up with the latest Tumblr news on the Dutch Staff Blog.
And if you’re in Amsterdam on Thursday, May 31st, be sure to join us for Tumblr’s official Dutch Launch Party!
I just found out that I had $22 in unclaimed property due to a check that had been mailed to an old address of mine after the forwarding service expired.
If you’ve moved in the past few years, chances are you could have some unclaimed property. Each state has their own site, so be sure to check the state you live in now plus any states you’ve lived in previously.
Did you find anything?
@boonepickens just stunted on me heavy.
There has never before been a point in history when a young black guy rich off of Canadian soap operas and luxury super-rap could exchange words with a quasi-eccentric super-rich octogenarian who loves wind power. Now they can—in public. And that, simply, is awesome.
Twitter: where world’s collide, and that’s a good thing.
This somehow feels related to our last post. This would never happen on Facebook.
BOOM ROASTED. Note to all—->when you brag about how rich you are on Twitter, you will receive a backhand from T. Boone.
Look for opportunities, look for growth, look for impact, look for mission. Move sideways, move down, move on, move off. Build your skills, not your resume. Evaluate what you can do, not the title they’re going to give you. Do real work. Take a sales quota, a line role, an ops job. Don’t plan too much, and don’t expect a direct climb. If I had mapped out my career when I was sitting where you are, I would have missed my career. — Sheryl Sandberg, Chief Operating Officer of Facebook, discussing how the modern career is less like a ladder and more like a jungle gym (via moneyisnotimportant)