micropolisnyc:

Disappearing water, pita, beer and bread.

HURRICANE SANDY COMETH.

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ilovecharts:

Kind of a cool way to look at things

ilovecharts:

Kind of a cool way to look at things

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zachklein:

Of the thousands of projects shared by kids in DIY’s first week, this one is in my top five.

zachklein:

Of the thousands of projects shared by kids in DIY’s first week, this one is in my top five.

ilovecharts:

Tea Time

ilovecharts:

Tea Time

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Our latest investment, Timehop - a social time machine

bijan:

I’m really excited about our latest investment - Timehop. The company announced the investment earlier today. 

I’m completely addicted to my daily emails from the service. And the founders Jonathan and Benny have some exciting things in the works.

My colleague Andrew Parker wrote about our thinking behind this new investment. Give it a read and then go sign up for Timehop.

Love to hear what you think! 

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Nicole Thomas, 23, an art director from Brooklyn, said she nearly cried when Timehop reminded her of her good fortune in landing a job last year. Austin Sevener, 26, a survey programmer in Fort Worth, said he hadn’t realized that he had bought his wedding ring on the same day as a lunar eclipse.
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arainert:

Well done.
(via Creative Camera Lens Window Design)
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garychou:

joshuanguyen:

strle:

These photosets are srsly almost too much awesome when you add GIFs

I sense that we are gonna need to come up with a new name for this type of storyboarding. Soon.

Epic!

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andrewharper:

Commercial GIF // Skittles Ad
Whether it was Skittles themselves or a fan, making this spot into a GIF is perfect. The concept works just as well as a GIF. First an interactive TV spot is cool enough, but making it work on the web without video puts it over the top. 

andrewharper:

Commercial GIF // Skittles Ad

Whether it was Skittles themselves or a fan, making this spot into a GIF is perfect. The concept works just as well as a GIF. First an interactive TV spot is cool enough, but making it work on the web without video puts it over the top. 

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