1. Notes: 4638 / 2 months ago  from humansofnewyork
    humansofnewyork:

"At this point in my life, I’m trying to figure out the things I truly care about.""What’s something you care about less than you did ten years ago?""Being extraordinary."

    humansofnewyork:

    "At this point in my life, I’m trying to figure out the things I truly care about."
    "What’s something you care about less than you did ten years ago?"
    "Being extraordinary."

     
  2. Notes: 263 / 2 months ago  from allisonhouse
    allisonhouse:


Last week, Humans of Portland shared a photo of a couple laying in the grass and talking. The caption read, "We’re looking for the moon. Have you seen it?" I loved that idea—hanging out, scanning the sky—and it inspired this GIF. I documented some of the process here.

    allisonhouse:

    Last week, Humans of Portland shared a photo of a couple laying in the grass and talking. The caption read, "We’re looking for the moon. Have you seen it?" I loved that idea—hanging out, scanning the sky—and it inspired this GIF. I documented some of the process here.

     
  3. 2 months ago 
    frederickingram.com

    frederickingram.com

     
  4. Notes: 15 / 3 months ago  from theoriginaljoefisher
    theoriginaljoefisher:

(via New Exquisitely Crafted Paper Sculptures from Zim & Zou - My Modern Metropolis)
     
  5. Notes: 9617 / 3 months ago  from wired (originally from some-awesome-society)

    wired:

    some-awesome-society:

    Emoji-nation. part 2.

    by Nastya Ptichek.

    Dedicated to Edward Hopper.

    Check out part 1 here

    So legit.

  6. Notes: 191 / 3 months ago  from tanya77 (originally from somewhereintheworldtoday)
    somewhereintheworldtoday:

Hanami (flower viewing) is the Japanese tradition of picnicking under the beautiful cherry blossoms (sakura) which bloom all over Japan from mid January to early May.
We’d love to see your Cherry Blossom pictures - share them on our facebook page
Hanami | Somewhere in the world today

    somewhereintheworldtoday:

    Hanami (flower viewing) is the Japanese tradition of picnicking under the beautiful cherry blossoms (sakura) which bloom all over Japan from mid January to early May.

    We’d love to see your Cherry Blossom pictures - share them on our facebook page

    Hanami | Somewhere in the world today

     
  7. Notes: 10315 / 6 months ago  from humansofnewyork
    humansofnewyork:

"He was away for almost four years during the war. When he wrote me letters, he was never allowed to tell me where he was. So he’d draw cartoons to help me guess."

    humansofnewyork:

    "He was away for almost four years during the war. When he wrote me letters, he was never allowed to tell me where he was. So he’d draw cartoons to help me guess."

     
  8. Notes: 324 / 6 months ago  from jayparkinsonmd
    "Across the world, half as many children died in 2012 as in 1990. That’s the biggest decline ever recorded. And hardly anyone knows about it!"
    -

    Bill Gates

    That’s amazing. The Gates Foundation is doing exceptional, truly world-changing work.

    (via jayparkinsonmd)

  9. Notes: 8011 / 8 months ago  from tastefullyoffensive (originally from gemmacorrell)
    gemmacorrell:

All I want are some crunchy leaves to frolic around in.

    gemmacorrell:

    All I want are some crunchy leaves to frolic around in.

     
  10. Notes: 179 / 9 months ago  from marissamayr
    marissamayr:

Happy Friday! New shiny sign in front of headquarters. on Flickr.

Is this the same Yahoo! that KILLED my beloved astrid.com to-do list app??? http://www.engadget.com/2013/07/06/astrid-task-management-service-shuts-down-on-august-5th/
     
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