mabellemcg:

#DoctorWho #12thDoctor
mabellemcg:

#DoctorWho #12thDoctor

Eccleston.  Tennant.  Smith.  Capaldi.


Now I will have to watch Doctor Who. Peter Capaldi is the best. 
Eccleston.  Tennant.  Smith.  Capaldi.


Now I will have to watch Doctor Who. Peter Capaldi is the best. 
Eccleston.  Tennant.  Smith.  Capaldi.


Now I will have to watch Doctor Who. Peter Capaldi is the best. 
Eccleston.  Tennant.  Smith.  Capaldi.


Now I will have to watch Doctor Who. Peter Capaldi is the best.

Eccleston. Tennant. Smith. Capaldi.

Now I will have to watch Doctor Who. Peter Capaldi is the best.

parislemon:

symical:

Mercury, Venus, and Saturn align with the Pyramids of Giza for the first time in 2,737 years on December 3, 2012

Cray.

:-O

“See, things that used to be "conservative" ideas, like cap and trade or Obamacare or monetary stimulus, have become "liberal" ones, all while conservatives themselves have moved further and further right. That’s what happens when you view negotiation of any kind as an ideological betrayal — you abandon your ideology. You stop being the party of markets, and become the party of whatever-the-Democrats-are-against (and your donors are for).”
“Silver says he does not get on well with political reporters but is friends with media entrepreneurs such as Gawker’s Denton and Andrew Sullivan, the prominent blogger. His generation shares that entrepreneurial ambition, he says. “It used to be that you would idolise the guy who graduated at the top of his class from Harvard, and now you idolise the guy who drops out of Harvard to run a business,” he smiles.”
audiovision:

Stanley Kubrick is particularly famous for his control of color on screen and his obsession with the color red, but every director makes conscious choices about what the color of their films.
Graphic designer Roxy Radulescu breaks down the color palettes of great cinema on his blog Movies In Color.
See a full slideshow of his work on KPCC’s AudioVision.
Photos above from Scarface, 2001: Space Odyssey and Requiem for a Dream. audiovision:

Stanley Kubrick is particularly famous for his control of color on screen and his obsession with the color red, but every director makes conscious choices about what the color of their films.
Graphic designer Roxy Radulescu breaks down the color palettes of great cinema on his blog Movies In Color.
See a full slideshow of his work on KPCC’s AudioVision.
Photos above from Scarface, 2001: Space Odyssey and Requiem for a Dream. audiovision:

Stanley Kubrick is particularly famous for his control of color on screen and his obsession with the color red, but every director makes conscious choices about what the color of their films.
Graphic designer Roxy Radulescu breaks down the color palettes of great cinema on his blog Movies In Color.
See a full slideshow of his work on KPCC’s AudioVision.
Photos above from Scarface, 2001: Space Odyssey and Requiem for a Dream.

audiovision:

Stanley Kubrick is particularly famous for his control of color on screen and his obsession with the color red, but every director makes conscious choices about what the color of their films.

Graphic designer Roxy Radulescu breaks down the color palettes of great cinema on his blog Movies In Color.

See a full slideshow of his work on KPCC’s AudioVision.

Photos above from Scarface, 2001: Space Odyssey and Requiem for a Dream.

onaissues:

"Publishing companies need to come together and tell tech companies how to index news—not the other way around,"Trei Brundett, chief product officer for Vox Media, discusses SB Nation and the Verge’s experiments with Storystream with Gabe Stein of Fast Company.

Started in 2009, Storystream takes a new approach to updating ongoing stories, much like Fast Company’s experiments with “slow live-blogging.” 

Learn more about how Storystream works and how it changes the way that users find and consume news: One Publisher Is Standing Up To Tech Giants Like Facebook And Google ⚙ Co.Labs ⚙ code community

apsies:

lauraemily:

latenightjimmy:

Robin Thicke, Jimmy and The Roots play “Blurred Lines” on classroom instruments!

I imagine that Late Night with Jimmy Fallon must be absolutely the most fun show to work and guest star on ever.

The rap lines in this one are amazing. “You’ve got brains, looks, and attitude combined.”

I really hope they keep Fallon’s show intact when he hosts the Tonight Show.