the-fandoms-are-cool:

the-fandoms-are-cool:

leradny:

videohall:

Astronaut readjusts to life back on Earth

> Don’t give him a baby for a while.

HE GRABS THE CUP BUT THEN HE DROPS THE PEN 0.0003 SECONDS LATER

AND HE LOOKS UP AT THE CEILING INSTEAD OF AT THE GROUND WHEN HE CAN’T FIND THEM

I CAN’T STOP LAUGHING HE JUST DROPS IT

IT’S NOT FUNNY IT’S VERY LOGICAL THAT HE WOULD HAVE ADJUSTED TO LIVING LIFE WHILE HE WAS IN SPACE BECAUSE IT’S DIFFERENT FROM EARTH BUT I CAN’T FUCKING BREATHE

*THUNK*

YES IT’S BACK ON MY DASH THIS IS MY FAVORITE VIDEO

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10:42am
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12:25am
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sesamestreet:

Today is brought to you by the letter R. 

sesamestreet:

Today is brought to you by the letter R. 

afootballobserver:

Everton 4-1 VfL Wolfsburg [UEL] 18/09/2014

Ricardo Rodriguez 15’ (og)

afootballobserver:

Everton 4-1 VfL Wolfsburg [UEL] 18/09/2014

Ricardo Rodriguez 15’ (og)

8:19am
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me:*owns 264 unread books*
me:*buys 17 new books*
me:*rereads harry potter*<p>GPOY</p>
Google often leaves the impression that, as a Google executive once wrote, the cars can “drive anywhere a car can legally drive.” However, that’s true only if intricate preparations have been made beforehand, with the car’s exact route, including driveways, extensively mapped. Data from multiple passes by a special sensor vehicle must later be pored over, meter by meter, by both computers and humans. It’s vastly more effort than what’s needed for Google Maps.

As University of North Carolina sociologist Zeynep Tufekci pointed out in a recent piece on Medium, the Facebook algorithm makes it less likely we will see news like Ferguson, for a number of reasons. One is that the newsfeed is filtered based on our past activity — the things we have clicked “like” on, the things we have chosen to comment on or share, and so on. That keeps the newsfeed more relevant (or so Facebook would no doubt argue) but it makes it substantially less likely that a sudden or surprising event like Ferguson will make its way past the filters:

“I wonder: what if Ferguson had started to bubble, but there was no Twitter to catch on nationally? Would it ever make it through the algorithmic filtering on Facebook? Maybe, but with no transparency to the decisions, I cannot be sure. Would Ferguson be buried in algorithmic censorship?”

It’s indicative of a much bigger problem. If I can disrupt your content distribution strategy from my iPhone, then maybe something is wrong with your content distribution strategy.
afootballobserver:

Manchester City 0-1 Stoke City [BPL] 30/08/2014

Mame Biram Diouf 58’

afootballobserver:

Manchester City 0-1 Stoke City [BPL] 30/08/2014

Mame Biram Diouf 58’

Hillary Clinton finally said something about recent events in Ferguson, Missouri. What she said appears to have been written by nine consultants, eight people from marketing, seven lawyers, six ESL valedictorians, and Mark Penn. She feels very bad about the stuff that happened, as stuff sometimes will happen, because it is stuff, and it happens.
Hello Kitty is not a cat. She’s a cartoon character. She is a little girl. She is a friend. But she is not a cat. She’s never depicted on all fours.
It’s a horrible irony that at the very moment the world has become more complex, we’re encouraging our young people to be highly specialized in one task.
beesandbombs:

twisting circle

beesandbombs:

twisting circle

12:10am
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shirtoid:

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shirtoid:

Alice In 8-Bit Land by patrickspens is $12 + free shipping for a limited time at Shirt.Woot

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