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complejodewendy:

stardusted:

Aussie Builders surprise public with loud empowering statements in new Snickers Australia Ad.

You go, girl!

(via lenaprado)

red-lipstick:

Gobugi aka Park Jung Eun (Korean) - 1: Headache, 2012  2: Luminous 2, 2013  3: The Sun Sank, 2012  4: Untitled, 2012  5: Trapeze, 2012  6: Drowning, 2012  7: Your Way To, 2012  8: Untitled, 2011  9: Not Alone, 2012  10: Breath, 2013    Digital Arts: Paintings

red-lipstick:

Eri Wakiyama (b. Japan)     Drawings

archann:

Botanical Dimensions

Website // Facebook // Instagram

(via darksilenceinsuburbia)

kalasniblog:

Un periódico holandés compara las imágenes de Obama y Kim Jong Un. No son tan diferentes.
Vía.

kalasniblog:

Un periódico holandés compara las imágenes de Obama y Kim Jong Un. No son tan diferentes.

Vía.

valerieoualid:

Lapin s’est promené en Toscane et nous a ramené pleins de croquis dans ses valises!!!

Some sketches made by Lapin in Toscania.| décembre 2013

(via darksilenceinsuburbia)

"Vivimos en un mundo partido por la mitad: uno es el mundo que conduce, viste y come, y el otro el que fabrica, cose y cultiva"

Juan Pérez Ventura (via elordenmundial)
35 hábitos de la gente productiva #infografia #infographic #productividad
La primera foto ganó un premio, la segunda hizo saltar la polémica

politicaysociedad:

La polémica se ha desatado en Suecia con la imagen del fotógrafo Paul Hansen, que ha ganado el premio Swudish Picture of the Year Awards 2011, publica Terra de España.

En la foto podemos ver a Fabienne, una joven haitiana de sólo 14 años que fue asesinada por la policía…

theatlantic:

2013: The Year ‘The Stream’ Crested

The Stream has been the organizing metaphor for the web for the past several years. In May 2009, a high-ranking editor of TechCrunch identified and summarized this grand shift in the way people used and talked about the web. 
“Information is increasingly being distributed and presented in real-time streams instead of dedicated Web pages. The shift is palpable, even if it is only in its early stages,” Erick Schonfeld wrote. “Web companies large and small are embracing this stream. It is not just Twitter. It is Facebook and Friendfeed and AOL and Digg and Tweetdeck and Seesmic Desktop and Techmeme and Tweetmeme and Ustream and Qik and Kyte and blogs and Google Reader. The stream is winding its way throughout the Web and organizing it by nowness.”
A simple way to describe this change: The New York Times on Twitter or Facebook or the Times Wire? That’s The Stream. The New York Times paper or homepage? Not stream.
The Stream represents the triumph of reverse-chronology, where importance—above-the-foldness—is based exclusively on nowness.
Read more. [Image: Reuters]

theatlantic:

2013: The Year ‘The Stream’ Crested

The Stream has been the organizing metaphor for the web for the past several years. In May 2009, a high-ranking editor of TechCrunch identified and summarized this grand shift in the way people used and talked about the web. 

Information is increasingly being distributed and presented in real-time streams instead of dedicated Web pages. The shift is palpable, even if it is only in its early stages,” Erick Schonfeld wrote. “Web companies large and small are embracing this stream. It is not just Twitter. It is Facebook and Friendfeed and AOL and Digg and Tweetdeck and Seesmic Desktop and Techmeme and Tweetmeme and Ustream and Qik and Kyte and blogs and Google Reader. The stream is winding its way throughout the Web and organizing it by nowness.”

A simple way to describe this change: The New York Times on Twitter or Facebook or the Times Wire? That’s The Stream. The New York Times paper or homepage? Not stream.

The Stream represents the triumph of reverse-chronology, where importance—above-the-foldness—is based exclusively on nowness.

Read more. [Image: Reuters]