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good:Post-it your wrists, forearms, ankles

good:

Post-it your wrists, forearms, ankles

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manasto:

Bombay by El Guincho

Possibly the best music video ever!

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conangifs:I’m as free as my hair

conangifs:

I’m as free as my hair

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effectortheme:

The Morning Benders - Virgins (Exclusive new track for La Blogotheque)

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nationalgeographicmagazine:Hot Air Balloons, CappadociaPhotograph by Kani Polat, My ShotThe success of a photograph almost always comes from planning, and luck definitely favors the prepared. In this shot of hot air balloons over ancient rock formations in Turkey, the photographer no doubt planned ahead to make sure he was in the right place at the right time. First, the cone-shaped rock formations complement the similarly shaped balloons. I especially love that one larger formation is included on the left. Not only is it a bold shape to have close to the camera, but it also has a curious, cave-like element and speaks to the geological history of the setting, giving the image that all-important sense of place. Second, the early-morning light raking in from the right is perfectly lovely, as are the soft clouds, which were a lucky element. Finally, the balloons are beautifully placed across the sky, but the red balloon in the upper left of the frame is the final, key element to the success of the image.Download Wallpaper (1600 x 1200 pixels)

nationalgeographicmagazine:

Hot Air Balloons, Cappadocia
Photograph by Kani Polat, My Shot
The success of a photograph almost always comes from planning, and luck definitely favors the prepared. In this shot of hot air balloons over ancient rock formations in Turkey, the photographer no doubt planned ahead to make sure he was in the right place at the right time. First, the cone-shaped rock formations complement the similarly shaped balloons. I especially love that one larger formation is included on the left. Not only is it a bold shape to have close to the camera, but it also has a curious, cave-like element and speaks to the geological history of the setting, giving the image that all-important sense of place. Second, the early-morning light raking in from the right is perfectly lovely, as are the soft clouds, which were a lucky element. Finally, the balloons are beautifully placed across the sky, but the red balloon in the upper left of the frame is the final, key element to the success of the image.

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ultralite:Hey guys, help me out a little and buy a shirt for you or your friends this summer.Plus new ultralite version 3 coming out soon(via doinwork)

ultralite:

Hey guys, help me out a little and buy a shirt for you or your friends this summer.

Plus new ultralite version 3 coming out soon

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ibmsocialbiz:IBM Case Study: A lesson in Social Business Transformation | Social Media Blog by Michael BritoLate last year, I started watching and monitoring the #socialbiz hashtag on Twitter.  I was in the middle of writing my book and conducting in  depth research of companies that were at least talking about or  referring to a social business. One company seemed to dominate the  conversation, IBM. I watched more closely and realized that there were  literally hundreds of IBM employees collaborating with the community and  adding value to the “social business” conversation. I was really  impressed and wanted to learn more.Even with over 400 thousand employees, sadly I didn’t know anyone who works for IBM. And then one day, I met Dana Carr on Twitter and we started emailing back and forth.  She was able to get me  exclusive access (well, not really) with Jeff Schick, Vice President of  Social Software who has been working for IBM for the last 23 years for  an email interview.

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IBM Case Study: A lesson in Social Business Transformation | Social Media Blog by Michael Brito

Late last year, I started watching and monitoring the #socialbiz hashtag on Twitter.  I was in the middle of writing my book and conducting in depth research of companies that were at least talking about or referring to a social business. One company seemed to dominate the conversation, IBM. I watched more closely and realized that there were literally hundreds of IBM employees collaborating with the community and adding value to the “social business” conversation. I was really impressed and wanted to learn more.

Even with over 400 thousand employees, sadly I didn’t know anyone who works for IBM. And then one day, I met Dana Carr on Twitter and we started emailing back and forth.  She was able to get me exclusive access (well, not really) with Jeff Schick, Vice President of Social Software who has been working for IBM for the last 23 years for an email interview.

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discoverynews:Strangers In the Night
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thingsorganizedneatly:

Ursus Wehrli tidies up art

ed: Always a good idea, to watch a ted talk on friday.

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