Monday (Taken with Instagram)

Monday (Taken with Instagram)


Summer Sunday Dinner (Taken with Instagram)

Summer Sunday Dinner (Taken with Instagram)


Oh just the Meijer parking lot. #tcmi #summertime (Taken with Instagram)

Oh just the Meijer parking lot. #tcmi #summertime (Taken with Instagram)


Phil Levine

Our old friend, mentor and teacher, Phil Levine is reading— this is sure to be a lovely evening of verse!

quoted from staff

 

A gift for New York verse enthusiasts: Tumblr and Knopf Books are sponsoring “A Celebration of Poetry” at Housing Works Bookstore Cafe on Monday, April 23. Featured readers include Poet Laureate Philip Levine, 2012 Pulitzer Prize winner Tracy K. Smith, and two poets from the Tumblr community, namely Saeed Jones and Karolina Manko. The event is open to the public and starts at 7pm. Meanwhile, check out more poetry on Tumblr.


Zuckerberg buys Instagram, and here’s the clip from Funny or Die.

I rarely actually laugh out loud at things when I’m browsing, but this made me have to close the door to my office. #dsf #lolforrealz


Fun in Empire… shooting for clients’ sites. (Yes, always working!! #hustle)

Fun in Empire… shooting for clients’ sites. (Yes, always working!! #hustle)


A work of art is the unique result of a unique temperament.
Oscar Wilde

We’re really getting into Pinterest, and like all women (and even males users) are reporting, it is VERY addictive.
This movement toward curation is a natural evolution of the user experience on the web. So much content, so little time! So we’re just looking for the best stuff, and we’re relying on other pinners to point us toward it!
When we pin something we love, we are so proud to incorporate it on our boards, and it feels, in a way, like the image becomes part of who we are, ours to share again with others.
This kind of sharing and open-source-mentality is so great to be around (in a cyber presence kind of way)!

We’re really getting into Pinterest, and like all women (and even males users) are reporting, it is VERY addictive.

This movement toward curation is a natural evolution of the user experience on the web. So much content, so little time! So we’re just looking for the best stuff, and we’re relying on other pinners to point us toward it!

When we pin something we love, we are so proud to incorporate it on our boards, and it feels, in a way, like the image becomes part of who we are, ours to share again with others.

This kind of sharing and open-source-mentality is so great to be around (in a cyber presence kind of way)!


From searchengineland:

Local search is one opportunity that large retailers can’t afford to miss.

From searchengineland:

Local search is one opportunity that large retailers can’t afford to miss.


From fastcompany:

An intimate portrait of the world’s most famous CEO, Mark Zuckerberg.

But the moment belonged first and foremost to Zuckerberg, who for years has had his own identity problem: “boy CEO.” Young, arrogant, and awkward—no one believed that Zuckerberg could survive the adult swim of real business, and thanks to his depiction in The Social Network, some folks will forever see him as the fatally flawed psychopathic robot nerd looking to steal your code, your personal data, your girlfriend. “I don’t think about it … much,” he once told me when I asked him how he handles all the noise, measuring his words as he always does. “I understand why people need to have these dialogues, to ask these questions. We have so much to do here, we don’t think about it if we don’t have to.”

Read on->

From fastcompany:

An intimate portrait of the world’s most famous CEO, Mark Zuckerberg.

But the moment belonged first and foremost to Zuckerberg, who for years has had his own identity problem: “boy CEO.” Young, arrogant, and awkward—no one believed that Zuckerberg could survive the adult swim of real business, and thanks to his depiction in The Social Network, some folks will forever see him as the fatally flawed psychopathic robot nerd looking to steal your code, your personal data, your girlfriend. “I don’t think about it … much,” he once told me when I asked him how he handles all the noise, measuring his words as he always does. “I understand why people need to have these dialogues, to ask these questions. We have so much to do here, we don’t think about it if we don’t have to.”

Read on->