William Shatner is on Tumblr now, and he's blogging about the celebrities-only Facebook app.

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bobbycaputo:

Want to Make a Family Portrait More Exciting? Just Add a Lightning Strike to the Background!
Now there’s a family portrait you don’t see every day. Photographer Kelly DeLay captured the photo above showing himself and his family standing in front of a gigantic supercell at sunset with a large lightning strike illuminating the horizon.
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bobbycaputo:

Want to Make a Family Portrait More Exciting? Just Add a Lightning Strike to the Background!

Now there’s a family portrait you don’t see every day. Photographer Kelly DeLay captured the photo above showing himself and his family standing in front of a gigantic supercell at sunset with a large lightning strike illuminating the horizon.

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fastcompany:

A look at the six most popular newsletters on TinyLetter and what they’re doing right.
So you want to start a newsletter. The medium is having a moment, a phenomenon even the New York Times' esteemed media critic has noticed. The time to jump on the bandwagon, before brands take over and ruin everything, is now.
But how? Fast Company spoke with TinyLetter, the platform of choice for newsletter writers, about what aspiring email tycoons can learn from its most popular emailers.

These are the six most popular and influential personal newsletters, in no particular order, according to TinyLetter’s internal numbers.
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fastcompany:

A look at the six most popular newsletters on TinyLetter and what they’re doing right.

So you want to start a newsletter. The medium is having a moment, a phenomenon even the New York Timesesteemed media critic has noticed. The time to jump on the bandwagon, before brands take over and ruin everything, is now.

But how? Fast Company spoke with TinyLetter, the platform of choice for newsletter writers, about what aspiring email tycoons can learn from its most popular emailers.

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These are the six most popular and influential personal newsletters, in no particular order, according to TinyLetter’s internal numbers.

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You are a unique person and you have to be yourself. You can’t be anybody else; you can’t lead anybody else’s life. You have to be comfortable in your own skin and you have to be confident about who you are, whether you’re working at Twitter or running for office. And that is hard to do….and yet it’s all doable once you relax and decide, ‘You know what? This is no dress rehearsal. This is it for me. I want to be who I am.’ You be yourself. Easiest advice to say, hardest advice to follow.
I would like to be known as an intelligent woman, a courageous woman, a loving woman, a woman who teaches by being.

laughterkey:

The Imitation Game - Official Trailer

Because your Monday needs a little bit of Cumberbatch as Alan Turing.

guardian:

Helvetica: one font to rule them all
For the past 50 years Helvetica has dominated design. But, now its pioneer Mike Parker has passed away, is the era of this sleek, modernist typeface drawing to a close? Read more
Photograph: Justin Lane/EPA

guardian:

Helvetica: one font to rule them all

For the past 50 years Helvetica has dominated design. But, now its pioneer Mike Parker has passed away, is the era of this sleek, modernist typeface drawing to a close? Read more

Photograph: Justin Lane/EPA

fieldnotesfromabroad:

Watch this baby platypus get tickled, dissolve all your Monday problems. I promise.

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architectureartdesigns:

18 Divine Mini Fish Pond Ideas to Break the Monotony in Your Yard
Want to have a fish pond in your yard and you think it’s expensive pleasure? This is not so hard, if you do it on your own with little help of a specialized company. The presence of water in the …
Read the article —> http://www.architectureartdesigns.com/18-divine-mini-fish-pond-ideas-to-break-the-monotony-in-your-yard/

architectureartdesigns:

18 Divine Mini Fish Pond Ideas to Break the Monotony in Your Yard

Want to have a fish pond in your yard and you think it’s expensive pleasure? This is not so hard, if you do it on your own with little help of a specialized company. The presence of water in the …

Read the article —> http://www.architectureartdesigns.com/18-divine-mini-fish-pond-ideas-to-break-the-monotony-in-your-yard/

This post is just a little something I put together to help you guys with Photoshop. This contains tutorials to help people just beginning with Photoshop, however if you don’t know the tutorials above then this should help you too. If you learn anything from this than my work paid off! If you want more of these make sure to follow me, as I’m going to post more to ensure 2014 is a quality Photoshop year! -  Samuel.

fastcompany:

"After I read about Google Glass and how we’re going to approach the situation … I’m a blind athlete, and to be able to wear the glasses and have the kids see through my eyes although I can’t even myself, that’s amazing to me," he says. I’m a jumper primarily. There’s a lot of things that go on with that, having someone basically directing me down this runway, and I’m running fast, he’s making calls on the fly. I think it would definitely be cool [for kids to] see how all of that happens, see what that would look like in a visual sense."
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fastcompany:

"After I read about Google Glass and how we’re going to approach the situation … I’m a blind athlete, and to be able to wear the glasses and have the kids see through my eyes although I can’t even myself, that’s amazing to me," he says. I’m a jumper primarily. There’s a lot of things that go on with that, having someone basically directing me down this runway, and I’m running fast, he’s making calls on the fly. I think it would definitely be cool [for kids to] see how all of that happens, see what that would look like in a visual sense."

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thedevilandthedeepblue:

Mmm. Whatever the criticisms, I tend to agree with my Myers Briggs.

MBTI® Type & Stress Heads

mymodernmet:

Things I’ve Said to My Children, a series of visuals that illustrate some of the absurd things that father and illustrator Nathan Ripperger has found himself having to say to his children.