1. flavorpill:

    A Guide to All the Gratuitous Product Placement in Nicki Minaj’s “Anaconda” Video

    I caught about 2 of these.

    Reblogged from: flavorpill
  2. yessssssssssss

    Reblogged from: madness-tomagnet
  3. posthawk:

    The Graduate (1967)

  4. architizer:

What architects have learned from child’s play in collaborative design in Colombia. Read more.

reblogging for adorable children.

    architizer:

    What architects have learned from child’s play in collaborative design in Colombia. Read more.

    reblogging for adorable children.

    Reblogged from: architizer
  5. Mo’Ne Davis’ story is truly compelling, but it’s a little cynical for SI to be suddenly enamored of this rare girl who can win at a man’s sport for only a brief moment, before returning to its regularly scheduled programming (largely, men winning at men’s sports).
  6. The Invisible Latina

    A friend and I were driving down a street where a building had just been demolished. “What used to be there?” he asked. It was impossible to conjure up. It struck me that that is what my existence is like, and that of my mother, my sister and my daughter. Invisibility in the media makes it impossible for others to conjure up what we could possibly be doing with our lives, what we could possibly look like. And if we are doing something “unexpected” it is because there is something “exceptional” about us. This is not some strange multigenerational coincidence, this whitewashing of who we and others are is the history of our country.
  7. The difference suggests something fundamental about the two platforms: Outside of election season, Facebook simply isn’t a forum for hard news, according to Matt Heindl, Razorfish’s senior director of social media marketing.

    “Facebook is a place for friends and family and fun,” Heindl said. “People want it to be their happy place.”

    Having a frank discussion about the militarization of the police and America’s painful racial history indeed seems incongruous next to baby photos and engagement announcements. But Facebook’s inability to foster such topical conversations undercuts its recent efforts — introducing trending topics, placing more value on “high-quality content” — to become a veritable news provider.
  8. I am the woman you laughed at on the Internet

  9. My past is littered with the bones of men who were foolish enough to think I was someone they could sleep on.
    Michele Roberts, the NBA’s new union leader
    Reblogged from: annfriedman
  10. slaughterhouse90210:

“The world is divided between kids who grow up wanting to be their parents and those like us, who grow up wanting to be anything but. Neither group ever succeeds.”― Richard Russo, Straight Man

    slaughterhouse90210:

    “The world is divided between kids who grow up wanting to be their parents and those like us, who grow up wanting to be anything but. Neither group ever succeeds.”
    ― Richard Russo,
    Straight Man

    Reblogged from: slaughterhouse90210
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