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Park Benches - Love is Everywhere [Couple flirting on a fire escape], 1946, by Stanley Kubrick. More can be seen at the Museum of the City of New York. He took an astonishing number of perfect photographs.
Location New York
When Benjamin Franklin founded the first subscription library in America, he believed that access to knowledge was the key to creativity, innovation, and success. Today, the web is our library, and Coursekit has teamed up with Maria Popova to find the internet’s most relevant and interesting information and synthesize it into knowledge and insight. From TED talks, to vintage maps, to psychology studies, to quotes from favorite books, Explore is a guide through the landscape of the mind.
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WTF QR CODES
Celebrating the ridiculousness that is QR codes.
Break Up Your Band
A blog about cataloguing and dissecting the best music of the 1990s (mostly).
Attn: Android users. We’re incredibly excited to announce the launch of the new Tumblr app!
Apart from a totally new, beautiful interface, updates include:
- More responsive, faster-loading dashboard and blogs
- Better photo browsing and animated gif support when you tap an image
- Notifications for multiple blogs live in one place
- Tumblr Radar!
If your phone isn’t set to auto-update the app, be sure to download the update in the Google Play market.
Name Jake Fogelnest
Location Los Angeles (en route)
Comedian Jake Fogelnest started a one-man public-access TV show, SQUiRT TV, from his New York City bedroom when he was 14 years old. Two years later, the show moved to MTV, bringing celebrity guests into his bedroom. Jake has written for VH1’s Best Week Ever and regularly contributes to SNL’s “Weekend Update.” He currently hosts two shows on Sirius XM radio. This week, Jake moves to Los Angeles, to pursue his dream of making it big in Los Angeles.
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Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry
The inside story of Ai Weiwei, a dissident for the digital age who inspires global audiences and blurs the boundaries of art and politics.