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reportagebygettyimages:

“Colour is very elusive. I wish photography was getting easier for me but it’s not. The goalposts are constantly shifting and I do find it quite hard to make images now, in the best sense of the word. Colour, for me, is that vital ingredient. It’s a tool that you can use and I’m always looking for interesting combinations of it.” - Brent Stirton, photojournalist
This image of blind albino boys in India was awarded First Prize, Staged Portrait Singles, by World Press Photo. Read more about the photo and Stirton’s shooting technique in this interview on Canon Professional Network.
Image: Brent Stirton/Reportage by Getty Images

reportagebygettyimages:

“Colour is very elusive. I wish photography was getting easier for me but it’s not. The goalposts are constantly shifting and I do find it quite hard to make images now, in the best sense of the word. Colour, for me, is that vital ingredient. It’s a tool that you can use and I’m always looking for interesting combinations of it.” - Brent Stirton, photojournalist

This image of blind albino boys in India was awarded First Prize, Staged Portrait Singles, by World Press Photo. Read more about the photo and Stirton’s shooting technique in this interview on Canon Professional Network.

Image: Brent Stirton/Reportage by Getty Images

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Apr
The government is too afraid to say it, but the internet is a utility. The data that flows to your home is just like water and electricity: it’s not a luxury or an option in 2014. The FCC’s original Open Internet rules failed precisely because it was too timid to say that out loud, and instead erected rules on a sketchy legal sinkhole that was destined to fail. As the WSJ reports, the FCC has once again decided against reclassifying broadband as a public utility. To declare the internet a public utility would go against the wishes of companies like Comcast and AT&T, which don’t want to be dumb pipes. It’s more lucrative to be cunning.
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cityofbostonarchives:




Section 2 from roof of Cab Company building Boylston Street Subway construction, 1912 December 16, Transit Commission photographs
 This work is free of known copyright restrictions. For more photos from this collection, click here
Please attribute to City of Boston Archives

cityofbostonarchives:

Section 2 from roof of Cab Company building Boylston Street Subway construction, 1912 December 16, Transit Commission photographs

Public Domain Mark
This work is free of known copyright restrictions. For more photos from this collection, click here

Please attribute to City of Boston Archives

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Apr

Dear Judy,

I am a girl in seventh grade and I have a funny feeling about one of my teachers. I am afraid I might be in love with her or something. My friend says she feels that way about her cousin. I’ll bet a lot of girls — and boys — feel this way. Could you please write a book about it?

Thank you.

P.S. You don’t have to. Maybe it is only me who feels this way.

- Children’s disarming and poignant letters to Judy Blume about being gay, and her advice (via explore-blog)
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faptop:

WHY AM I LAUGHING SO HARD WHY IS MY SENSE OF HUMOR THIS TERRIBLE

(via psychologyhumor)

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I like to think that this is when Ron decided not to ever worry about exams again.

(via iamjeannebopp)

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kirimoth:

omg the new batman movie actually looks really good u guys

kirimoth:

omg the new batman movie actually looks really good u guys

(via wilwheaton)

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modcloth:

Katie Vernon's adorable critter illustrations.  <3

(via wilwheaton)

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