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bliptv:

You say you like us. But we want you to show us. 
Please visit our Facebook page and click the magic button. 
Thanks. We feel so much better now. 

bliptv:

You say you like us. But we want you to show us. 

Please visit our Facebook page and click the magic button.

Thanks. We feel so much better now. 

bliptv:

You say you like us. But we want you to show us. 
Please visit our Facebook page and click the magic button. 
Thanks. We feel so much better now. 

bliptv:

You say you like us. But we want you to show us. 

Please visit our Facebook page and click the magic button.

Thanks. We feel so much better now. 

instagram:

A search for photos tagged #instameet shows a bunch of great photos taken at Instagram meetups around the world, as well as some creative invitations announcing the next Worldwide InstaMeet. We thought we’d share a few of these invitations in hopes that they inspire you to spread the word about…

moviegoerblog:

Two great blog post discoveries this weekend, about where people sit in movie theatres, and why. The first one is from Roger Ebert, who surprisingly prefers the back of the theatre. Roger makes abundant reference to an epic blog post by Professor David Bordwell, written back in November,…

kiip:

Very excited about Chicago. Had a great time last week spending time with our CPG clients and I can’t wait for our latest rewards to be deployed. The true online-to-offline element of what we’ve created is a full circle of a conversion funnel - and now we’ve made it turnkey for brands to activate.

sneak:

The Movie Title Stills Collection is an amazing collection maintained by Christian Annyas — a fantastic resource for anyone interested in film and/or typography. Shown here is a title by Saul Bass for Preminger: Anatomy of a Filmmaker. (via Type Division)

sneak:

The Movie Title Stills Collection is an amazing collection maintained by Christian Annyas — a fantastic resource for anyone interested in film and/or typography. Shown here is a title by Saul Bass for Preminger: Anatomy of a Filmmaker. (via Type Division)

[C]ollectively the top two or maybe three publishers take out of the academic world enough profits to pay for every research article in every discipline to be made freely available online for everyone to access using PLoS’s publishing fee approach.
Amazing true fact from Glyn Moody at Techdirt. (via arlpolicynotes)

mirza:

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