10:59 pm - Thu, Mar 13, 2014
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hazelguay:

The most valuable chart…

hazelguay:

The most valuable chart…

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10:58 pm
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Types of Japanese Swords

ilovecharts:

Types of Japanese Swords

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7:35 am - Thu, Feb 13, 2014
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11:00 pm - Mon, Jan 27, 2014
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nevver:

Astronomy Picture of the Day
1:18 am - Sun, Jan 26, 2014
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Airplane Boneyard 

topo-designs:

Airplane Boneyard 

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9:12 pm - Fri, Jan 17, 2014
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11:04 pm - Thu, Jan 16, 2014
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nevver:

Punk is Dad
8:33 am - Sat, Dec 28, 2013
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nevver:

  • ”#.” R.I.P., early Twitter feature. We’ll bury you next to your friend, the FourSquare check-in.
  • adverbs. Ban all adverbs. They’re mostly just gulp words, really.
  • "all the things."
  • "because [noun]": (i.e. “because science.”)
  • brogurt.” No.
  • classy.
  • "controversial tweet." There’s just no way to make this sound dignified, and besides, it leads to think pieces.
  • "cronut."
  • "crowdsourced."
  • "derp." It’s been an emotional ride, but it’s time to send this one off on the ice floe.
  • "disrupt." Luxury car apps aren’t disruptive.
  • "Donald Trump is considering a run for…" No, he’s not. He just isn’t. And if you’d like to get him unearned publicity, you should at least get some stock options out of it.
  • "doubled down." Unless the candidate did it while biting into a delicious sandwich, let’s just say the candidate “reaffirmed his/her position” on transportation funding or burrito drones or whatever we’ll be discussing in 2014.
  • "…favorited a tweet you were mentioned in." No one has ever wanted to know this.
  • "gaffe.” It’s going to be a long-enough election year as it is.
  • "game-changer." What you’re describing probably won’t change the game. But if it does, would you want to spoil the moment with a cliche?
  • "Guy Fieri." What if we all decided to just never mention him again? Would he disappear?
  • "hashtag." This refers to the spoken utterance of the word “hashtag,” often accompanied by air-quotes. People can see you doing this.
  • "hipster. Wearing glasses is not something people do because they’re hipsters; it’s something people do because they’re nearsighted. People don’t drink hot chocolate because it’s a hipster thing to do; they drink hot chocolate because it’s literally liquid chocolate. Yes, I wrote “literally.” That’s what happens when you use a word so casually and carelessly in think pieces as to render it meaningless.
  • "I can’t even." You can. Dig deep. Find your Kentucky.
  • "impact." (When used as a verb.)
  • "…in .gifs."
  • "…in one chart." We’re aiming high in 2014. Two chart minimum!
  • "listicle." This is the last one.
  • "literally the worst." Actually, while we’re at it, let’s ban "literally." Literally is the "not the Onion" of fake things.
  • "millennial." Young people are living with their parents because their parents’ generation destroyed the global economy. Next.
  • "nondescript office park." As opposed to the Frank Gehry ones.
  • "not the Onion.
  • "Rethuglicans, Repugs," "Republikkkans," "Demoncrats," "Dumbocrats," and every other variation thereof. Please just use the normal proper nouns; you can add whatever modifier you like before or after.
  • "selfie." But what do they tell us about our society, in the digital now? Let’s ask James Franco.
  • "Snowfall." (In the future, a high-cost digital production that doesn’t live up to the hype shall be known as a "Skyfall.")
  • "the Internets." This was a George W. Bush joke or something, right? You can still use the Internet—just drop the “s.”
  • "This Town."
  • "thought leader." Mostly beaten out of existence, but don’t think we didn’t notice that Paul Allen interview, Wired. You’re on notice.
  • #YOLO. Seriously.

12:28 am - Sat, Dec 21, 2013
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nevver:

Banksy
3:36 pm - Fri, Dec 20, 2013
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nevver:

Better come up with a good story

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