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OlivierFerreira.com: Pimp My Mac

0livier:

Aujourd’hui, on bricole.

La bête, un MacbookPro Core2Duo 2,53Ghz, avec 2Go de RAM, 320Go de DD. Acheté en 2009, il rempli toujours son devoir mais Lion et Aperture le fatigue un peu. Coté autonomie, il affiche 60% de sa capacité initiale, ce qui fait encore 2h30 à 3h d’autonomie. C’est pas mal…

(Fuente: 0livier)

minusmanhattan:

#1, Intersection 105 & 110, Los Angeles, California, USA by Edward Burtynsky.

minusmanhattan:

#1, Intersection 105 & 110, Los Angeles, California, USA by Edward Burtynsky.

Matt Richman: Another Way of Looking at iPhone Sales

mattrichman:

Apple sold 3.704 million iPhones in 2007, 13.675 million iPhones in 2008, 25.09 million in 2009, and 47.49 million in 2010.

Horace Dediu calculated that iPhone sales double with every new model. That’s incredible in and of itself, but it’s not the whole story.

Most people measure growth using…

Jared Hecht's Blog: Social Commerce and Fab

jared:

I have become increasingly bullish on the future of e-commerce, particularly because I think we’re about to enter a period where social shakes up the industry. There are a couple of emerging trends we’ve seen over the past year: content & curation first, commerce second (Fab); celebrity…

(Fuente: jared)

staff:

It’s hard to organize Tumblr blogs by topic. A single one of your blogs may include your personal updates, your art, your opinions, and a YouTube video of a cat speaking Japanese, all in a single day. This has been a real limitation of the current Tumblr Directory. So, for the last few weeks we’ve been experimenting with some brand new tools for exploring Tumblr.

The new Explore page organizes and filters posts by tag. This means that every tagged post has a chance to show up in front of an audience of millions that might not otherwise see it. Think Tumblr Radar by topic.

Up top, the Tumblr Wire makes a return, pulling in featured posts in realtime. Below is a list of popular and trending tags (currently English only, with more languages coming soon). You can also Track these tags to get notifications on your Dashboard when a new post is featured.

Make sure to tag your posts where relevant to help more people find you. You can still look up any tag using the search box on your Dashboard.

We’ve already started finding posts and following blogs that we had no idea existed. Please give it a spin!

(vía jared)

quesrah:

I would have liked this telegram better if it had said HONK HONK HONK STOP HONK HONK HONK HONK HONK HONK HONK STOP.
todaysdocument:

Harpo Marx Telegram to John F. Kennedy July 14, 1960
In this telegram, comedian Harpo Marx congratulates then-Senator John F. Kennedy on receiving the Democratic Party nomination for the Presidency.

quesrah:

I would have liked this telegram better if it had said HONK HONK HONK STOP HONK HONK HONK HONK HONK HONK HONK STOP.

todaysdocument:

Harpo Marx Telegram to John F. Kennedy July 14, 1960

In this telegram, comedian Harpo Marx congratulates then-Senator John F. Kennedy on receiving the Democratic Party nomination for the Presidency.

(vía ourpresidents)

vimeoawards:

TELLING WITH NUMBERS - Friday, October 8th, 2-3p
Data is everywhere. We produce tons of it with our online social tools. When it’s leaked, it creates political scandals. It’s filling hundreds of storage facilities around the world that already use more power than small nations. What can we learn from it? What does it tell us about who we are?  
Artists, designers, and visionaries are creating a new vocabulary through the power of visualization and the art of turning raw numbers into dynamic, compelling images. We have brought together some of the most interesting names in this world, like Nicholas Felton and SOSOLIMITED to discuss common practices and show examples of work that will inspire and wow you. Moderated by Vimeo Awards judge Jose Luis de Vicente.

vimeoawards:

TELLING WITH NUMBERS - Friday, October 8th, 2-3p

Data is everywhere. We produce tons of it with our online social tools. When it’s leaked, it creates political scandals. It’s filling hundreds of storage facilities around the world that already use more power than small nations. What can we learn from it? What does it tell us about who we are?  

Artists, designers, and visionaries are creating a new vocabulary through the power of visualization and the art of turning raw numbers into dynamic, compelling images. We have brought together some of the most interesting names in this world, like Nicholas Felton and SOSOLIMITED to discuss common practices and show examples of work that will inspire and wow you. Moderated by Vimeo Awards judge Jose Luis de Vicente.

gq:

This Is a Map of the Entire Comedy Universe
OK, not quite all of it. But the funniest parts! And yes, it’s also really teensy in this image. Click the map (or here) to see it at a size visible to human eyeballs. And click here to read the rest of GQ’s annual comedy issue.

gq:

This Is a Map of the Entire Comedy Universe

OK, not quite all of it. But the funniest parts! And yes, it’s also really teensy in this image. Click the map (or here) to see it at a size visible to human eyeballs. And click here to read the rest of GQ’s annual comedy issue.