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cedorsey:

Lightning Stoja - CroatiaPhoto Credit: (Željko Vidinović)

cedorsey:

Lightning Stoja - Croatia
Photo Credit: (Željko Vidinović)

cedorsey:

Purple RainPhoto Credit: (Kevin Beasley)

cedorsey:

Purple Rain
Photo Credit: (Kevin Beasley)

cedorsey:

There Came A Wind Photo Credit: (Phil Koch)

cedorsey:

There Came A Wind
Photo Credit: (Phil Koch)

You can share me with your friends.

You can share me with your friends.

science:

Non-Gratuitous Picture Of Yourself Wednesday: On Wednesday, October 31, the Curiosity Mars rover took this self-portrait:
Self-portraits like this one document the state of the rover and allow mission engineers to track changes over time, such as dust accumulation and wheel wear.

science:

Non-Gratuitous Picture Of Yourself Wednesday: On Wednesday, October 31, the Curiosity Mars rover took this self-portrait:

Self-portraits like this one document the state of the rover and allow mission engineers to track changes over time, such as dust accumulation and wheel wear.
cnet:

 Hurricane Sandy: A Perfect Social Media Storm

From the Super Bowl to the movie theater shootings in Aurora, social media has altered the collective experience of every major news event, providing platforms for both insta-reactions and commentary, as well as news gathering and sharing (and with them, the potential for errors and embarrassment). While September 11 and the blackout of 2003 predated these systems, and the near-misses of Hurricane Irene and the east coast earthquake left the various services inundated with glib jokes, Hurricane Sandy represents New York City first’s social media disaster, in which the most current and continuous stream of information flowed not from television, radio, or other forms of transitional media, but online, and in line with the long-hyped promise of citizen journalism, often from amateurs.

Read the whole thing
(via NY Mag)

cnet:

 Hurricane Sandy: A Perfect Social Media Storm

From the Super Bowl to the movie theater shootings in Aurora, social media has altered the collective experience of every major news event, providing platforms for both insta-reactions and commentary, as well as news gathering and sharing (and with them, the potential for errors and embarrassment). While September 11 and the blackout of 2003 predated these systems, and the near-misses of Hurricane Irene and the east coast earthquake left the various services inundated with glib jokes, Hurricane Sandy represents New York City first’s social media disaster, in which the most current and continuous stream of information flowed not from television, radio, or other forms of transitional media, but online, and in line with the long-hyped promise of citizen journalism, often from amateurs.

Read the whole thing

(via NY Mag)

awesumpossumcherryblossum:

Zombie Deadmau5 Head For San Antonio Zombie Walk
Crap Pictures Taken By Me

awesumpossumcherryblossum:

Zombie Deadmau5 Head For San Antonio Zombie Walk

Crap Pictures Taken By Me

therebelwithin:

The Republic Of Texas

therebelwithin:

The Republic Of Texas

faithhopeloveyum:

My friends Parrot and I.  She gives out kisses on command.  Nice. 

faithhopeloveyum:

My friends Parrot and I.  She gives out kisses on command.  Nice.