claracharlotte

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newsofthetimes:

On Ferguson, illustration by Jean Jullien

newsofthetimes:

On Ferguson, illustration by Jean Jullien

https://twitter.com/whitneyarner/statuses/503972723979485184
spread this, this makes sense!

clickandwinmoney:

CLARA OSWALD WATCHES GAY PORN PASS IT ON

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lumonsta:

Just found out the meaning of the BSG main title theme song lyrics. This is the version with the awesome rock twist from the end credits of the movie The Plan.

The main title theme lyrics are from a Hindu mantra called the Gayatri Mantra sung in Sanskrit.

Lyrics (Sanskrit):

Om bhur bhuvah svah.
Tat savitur varenyam:
bhargo devasya dhimahi.
Dhiyo yo nah prachodayat.

Translation:

Oh God! Thou art the Giver of Life, Remover of pain and sorrow,
The Bestower of happiness, Oh! Creator of the Universe,
May we receive thy supreme sin-destroying light,
May Thou guide our intellect in the right direction.

Sounds like something Cylons would sing (if they sang). Bear McCreary is a genius. Love the variety of music styles and ethnic influences in the BSG soundtracks.

So say we all.

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A Brief Look at Texting and the Internet in Film

horzaedeo:

Mountains

I climb mountains every day
Often they loom over me
An intimidating mass of stone, ice and snow
And me with only the clothes I stand up in
Sometimes they are gentler
With well marked paths, ropes, and even guides
But they are always there
In front of me
And I grow so weary from the effort.

(Source: loesje.org, via whoisloesje)

rebeccamock:

"5 Cool Ways to Use Business Cards in Evernote"for PCWorld, AD Liz Fiorentino
This was a fun assignment—I wanted to animate some library card catalog drawers stuffed with notes, to show how Evernote organizes stacks of info based around a business card. The animation can only be seen on the “enhanced” tablet edition of the magazine, but you can see the still version here. 

rebeccamock:

"5 Cool Ways to Use Business Cards in Evernote"
for PCWorld, AD Liz Fiorentino

This was a fun assignment—I wanted to animate some library card catalog drawers stuffed with notes, to show how Evernote organizes stacks of info based around a business card. The animation can only be seen on the “enhanced” tablet edition of the magazine, but you can see the still version here

colorado-kush-queen:

fossilbird:

blondeisawesome:

A wave viewed from underwater

waaa

ths is so relaxing

colorado-kush-queen:

fossilbird:

blondeisawesome:

A wave viewed from underwater

waaa

ths is so relaxing

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