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urbanbixi:

Uno así por la mañanita para empezar el día…

urbanbixi:

Uno así por la mañanita para empezar el día…


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Oct 23, 2013
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Vintage Blog

gone sailing

Vintage Blog

gone sailing

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i’m outta here

i’m outta here

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prostheticknowledge:

Identify Yourself

Long read essay by Krystal South on the relationships between ourselves and the internet. Personal yet smart and observant, and relates to the discipline of the arts:

At its core function, the Internet is a tool for the communication of information, whether factual or fictional. It has allowed us access to knowledge we would have otherwise never known, at a rate that we could have never achieved with printed materials. Each tool that we have developed to spread information has exponentially increased the speed at which it travels, leading to bursts of creativity and collaboration that have accelerated human development and accomplishment. The wired Internet at broadband speeds allows us to consume content so fast that any delay causes us to balk and whine. Wireless Internet made this information network portable and extended our range of knowledge beyond the boundaries of offices and libraries and into the world. Mobile deviceshave completely transformed our consumption of information, putting tiny computers in our pockets and letting us petition the wishing well of the infoverse.

Many people say this access has made us impatient, and I agree. But I also believe it reveals an innate hunger. We are now so dependent on access to knowledge at these rapid speeds that any lull in our consumption feels like a wasted moment. The currency of the information appears at all levels of society. From seeing new television shows to enjoying free, immediate access to new scientific publications that could impact your life’s work, this rapid transmission model has meaning and changes lives. We have access to information when we are waiting for an oil change and in line for coffee. While we can choose to consume web junk, as many often will, there is also a wealth of human understanding and opinions, academic texts, online courses, and library archives that can be accessed day and night, often for free.

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Hat-Tip - LaTurbo Avedon

Everyone should probably read this… serious deep internet thoughts…


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mostlyskateboarding:

By Allen Ying from the NY Times.

so gnarly…

mostlyskateboarding:

By Allen Ying from the NY Times.

so gnarly…

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my spirit animal…

my spirit animal…

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Ice On Black

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eliron:

Jacques Yves Costeau, Monaco, 1970.
photo by Bruno Barbey

eliron:

Jacques Yves Costeau, Monaco, 1970.

photo by Bruno Barbey

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road trip time!

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bloodoftheyoung:

Ari Seg 

bloodoftheyoung:

Ari Seg 

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