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kateoplis:


Lauren Greenfield, Child Beauty Queens







So cute

kateoplis:

Lauren Greenfield, Child Beauty Queens

So cute

theclearlydope:

Tyson would knock the piss out of Goro.

finalellipsis:

Ridiculously one-sided video game mashups.

[videos]

Haha

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emergentfutures:

How Smartphones Are Changing Photography: The Numbers Are In



Although global smartphone adoption is still just below 30 percent, smartphone photography is growing in popularity, disrupting traditional camera use in the process.
NPD made this trend clear in its Imaging Confluence Study, which found that smartphones accounted for 27 percent of photos shot this year — last year, the number was 17 percent. Accordingly, photos shot with dedicated cameras dropped from 52 to 44 percent.

Full Story: Wired

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emergentfutures:

How Smartphones Are Changing Photography: The Numbers Are In

Although global smartphone adoption is still just below 30 percent, smartphone photography is growing in popularity, disrupting traditional camera use in the process.

NPD made this trend clear in its Imaging Confluence Study, which found that smartphones accounted for 27 percent of photos shot this year — last year, the number was 17 percent. Accordingly, photos shot with dedicated cameras dropped from 52 to 44 percent.

Full Story: Wired

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kateoplis:

Ekaterinburg, Russia, by Viktor Lyagushkin

❤ this pic

kateoplis:

Ekaterinburg, Russia, by Viktor Lyagushkin

❤ this pic

laughingsquid:

Bat & Rob by Dina Prasetyawan

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laughingsquid:

View of Midtown Manhattan from the Spotify offices

New York!!!!
laughingsquid:

London Underground “Speed” (1915)

Haha
chels:

One of the very best things about being home.

Cute😄😄😄 so cute

chels:

One of the very best things about being home.

Cute😄😄😄 so cute

emergentfutures:

Information’s Social Highways

A startup studies the paths taken by viral messages

“ There is no recipe for virality, says Gilad Lotan, head of R&D for a startup called SocialFlow, which aims to help clients from the Economist to Pepsi more effectively capture attention on Twitter. But the deluges of data that viral tweets generate hold potentially valuable insights into how and why certain things spread beyond their author’s network of regular contacts.”


Full Story: Technology Review

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emergentfutures:

Information’s Social Highways

A startup studies the paths taken by viral messages

“ There is no recipe for virality, says Gilad Lotan, head of R&D for a startup called SocialFlow, which aims to help clients from the Economist to Pepsi more effectively capture attention on Twitter. But the deluges of data that viral tweets generate hold potentially valuable insights into how and why certain things spread beyond their author’s network of regular contacts.”

Full Story: Technology Review

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