October 24, 2013
http://instagram.com/p/f1nxeADozp/

A quick google search will yield the Captain America Winter Soldier trailer pretty quickly. But did you know that Bryan Singer posted a quick clip teaser for Xmen Days of Future Past on twitter and Instagram?

Catch it here, it’s looking goooooood.

April 4, 2013
photojojo:

The woman above was arrested for Instagramming the street art in the photo on the right.
Quebec police tracked Jennifer Pawluck to her home and arrested her saying the photo was a threat to the Montreal police spokesperson Ian Lafrenière (who’s depicted in the street art).
Jennifer says she doesn’t know who made the art, and she’ll have to report to trial on April 17th.
Woman Arrested for Instagramming Street Art
via Heather Champ, Hyperallergic; Photo via Jennifer Pawluck & Hyperallergic

Holy shit, this is so stupid. She didn’t make that graffiti!

photojojo:

The woman above was arrested for Instagramming the street art in the photo on the right.

Quebec police tracked Jennifer Pawluck to her home and arrested her saying the photo was a threat to the Montreal police spokesperson Ian Lafrenière (who’s depicted in the street art).

Jennifer says she doesn’t know who made the art, and she’ll have to report to trial on April 17th.

Woman Arrested for Instagramming Street Art

via Heather Champ, Hyperallergic; Photo via Jennifer Pawluck & Hyperallergic

Holy shit, this is so stupid. She didn’t make that graffiti!

January 23, 2013

I love him, I will miss this show a lot.

(Source: twitter.com)

December 18, 2012
Instagram says it now has the right to sell your photos | cnet

In its first big policy shift since Facebook bought the photo-sharing site, Instagram claims the right to sell users’ photos without payment or notification. Oh, and there’s no way to opt out.

Instagram said today that it has the perpetual right to sell users’ photographs without payment or notification, a dramatic policy shift that quickly sparked a public outcry.

The new intellectual property policy, which takes effect on January 16, comes three months after Facebook completed its acquisition of the popular photo-sharing site. Unless Instagram users delete their accounts before the January deadline, they cannot opt out.

Under the new policy, Facebook claims the perpetual right to license all public Instagram photos to companies or any other organization, including for advertising purposes, which would effectively transform the Web site into the world’s largest stock photo agency. One irked Twitter user quipped that “Instagram is now the new iStockPhoto, except they won’t have to pay you anything to use your images.”

Oh snap. That’s why I didn’t use Instagram.

Wonder how that’s gonna work against this for Canadians.

http://www.petapixel.com/2012/11/07/canadian-photogs-now-officially-own-the-copyright-to-all-of-their-photos/

December 6, 2012

@fakedansavage: Me and Terry and a piece of paper…

I just wanted to share this, I’m really happy for him and his husband. I’ve read the Savage Love column for years, I only stopped recently due to my inability to pick up my local indie paper that still prints it weekly. It is online though (save some trees).
His column is probably why I didn’t turn out to be a terrible or hateful person towards those of a different orientation. I could’ve learned some bad habits. I started reading his column at the end of middle school. I loved it, every single thing about it was wonderful. It was deeply intimate and yet it was all a mystery. People would tell Dan their most secret issues and he would find a way to help then get through it. Even if it meant he needed to show some ‘tough love’. It’s life affirming and reveals a whole new lifestyle that you might’ve not been able to comprehend or were assuming of such.
You can still read Dan Savage’s column at "The Stranger" Newspaper.
Read it if you’re young or old. It’s worth it to know about people you might’ve not agreed with, approved their way of life, better knowledge of the orientation you are. A great column about the way we love that still lives.

@fakedansavage: Me and Terry and a piece of paper…

I just wanted to share this, I’m really happy for him and his husband. I’ve read the Savage Love column for years, I only stopped recently due to my inability to pick up my local indie paper that still prints it weekly. It is online though (save some trees).

His column is probably why I didn’t turn out to be a terrible or hateful person towards those of a different orientation. I could’ve learned some bad habits. I started reading his column at the end of middle school. I loved it, every single thing about it was wonderful. It was deeply intimate and yet it was all a mystery. People would tell Dan their most secret issues and he would find a way to help then get through it. Even if it meant he needed to show some ‘tough love’. It’s life affirming and reveals a whole new lifestyle that you might’ve not been able to comprehend or were assuming of such.

You can still read Dan Savage’s column at "The Stranger" Newspaper.

Read it if you’re young or old. It’s worth it to know about people you might’ve not agreed with, approved their way of life, better knowledge of the orientation you are. A great column about the way we love that still lives.

October 5, 2011
sebseballade:

Old-School Instagram Filters

Instagram filters explained.

sebseballade:

Old-School Instagram Filters

Instagram filters explained.

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