Tweets I do
My other blogs:
Trav For Governor
Fuck Yeah Vintage Space Lego
People Wearing Fake Google Glass
I also contribute to:
Finger Painting With Food
Free Gadget Porn
Tines Among Pines
hinder asked: hey how did you get your url? :)
I signed up for Tumblr.
I have 2.5 problems with Tumblr,
1. It’s an addictive waste of time. There are valuable bits in the blogs that I follow, but mostly it’s a bunch of flimflam. I love it, but it’s a waste of time. And I don’t have the self control to not randomly hit command-t-t-u..enter and get distracted from work/life all the time.
2. I miss posts. I go through spells of keeping up with everything posted, but most of the time I just read the last few posts that come up on my dashboard. Some of you are my dear friends and I want to read everything you put out. But Tumblr doesn’t have read/unread functionality.
2.5. Not related to 2 but not as big of a deal as the first two: Ads. I could do without the ads on Tumblr.
Thus! My solution is to migrate to an RSS reader. I migrated Google Reader to Feedly but haven’t really been using it. But it seems really solid and while I don’t really want to pay for it, the paid features are pretty nice and I respect web services that ask for money more than ones that give you ads without asking. So also what this means, is that I’m going to unfollow everyone. I need to command-t-t-u-enter to bring me to a blank dashboard only useful for posting.
"But won’t you just start reading Feedly all the time?!", you might ask. Maybe, maybe so. But I gotta try something because what I’ve got now isn’t working. And I think by having feeds categorized in the left sidebar in Feedly I might be more inclined to pick what I’m wasting time on rather than glaze over at whatever was posted on Tumblr most recently.
And needless to say, Lunar lives on, I will continue to post the most mind-blowing content for your brain you ever read ever.
On Monday April 14, at 10:58 p.m. PDT, the moon will move into Earth’s shadow. The full lunar eclipse — when the entirety of the moon is shaded by Earth — begins just over an hour later at 12:07 a.m. and lasts until 1:25 a.m. PDT.
Every time the moon passes completely into the shadow of the Earth, it turns a reddish color — sometimes a bright copper, other times the dark reddish brown of dried blood.
The red color occurs because even when the Earth has moved directly between the moon and the sun, the scattered light from all the sunsets and sunrises on the rim of our globe still make it to the moon’s surface.
Thanks for the tip Jeremy
teencry asked: Hi there! I came across your blog and I wanted to say that I love your URL! I was curious if you were interested in possibly trading your URL for another URL, or perhaps I could gain you followers for it? If you aren't interested in either of those offers, let me know what you're interested in and I'll see if I can work something out. Please reply privately, and I hope you have a great day!
There’s more to my blog than just my URL, people. Look deeper into the heart of the blog, teencry.
If you get shot, just pickle yourself!