Love this #movie (Breathless — Godard’s first) #classics #screenshots #francophile #france #newwave #godard #film #b&w #jadore #followme #followback #instahub #instadaily #instagood
The Electronic Frontier Foundation has released its annual “Who Has Your Back?” report, ranking 18 companies by how well they protect user information from government eyes. Twitter and Sonic.net get high scores from the EFF, as they meet all six of the organization’s privacy guidelines,…
Yet another reason (along with antiquated software; multifunction limitations; 90s customer service; awful LTE) that Verizon needs to be shaken violently and slapped….
Coolest, most comfy flip-flops ever from @havaianas(even made in #Brazil-not china :-) ) #instajoy #instagood #instahub #mensfashion #havaianas #japanese #summer #fashion #shopping #followback #followme @havaianasusa
Justin Bieber paid a visit to the Anne Frank Museum in Amsterdam and wrote in the guestbook that he hoped Frank “would have been a belieber.” Many took to Twitter to give their take on Bieber’s latest debacle - take a look at some of our faves.
The Last Book I Loved: Joan Didion’s ‘Slouching Towards Bethlehem’
The Last Book I Loved is an ongoing series from The Rumpus to highlight emerging Tumblr writers (and the books they love). This is the final installment of Tumblr Storyboard’s version, but you can still submit to The Rumpus for publication! Thanks for reading.
I came across a Facebook post recently in which someone offered W.B. Yeats’ poem “Slouching Towards Bethlehem” as encouragement for a peer going through a quarter-life crisis. Things fall apart; the center cannot hold,” Yeats writes. It’s a feeling everyone has at some point, but for a twentysomething in the midst of an identity crisis, it sounded especially appropriate.
Joan Didion must have felt the same way when she chose the poem as an epigraph for her essay collection of the same name.
“Old” #vegas (at World’s Largest Gift Shop)
One snack Martha Stewart never taught yo mama!!! #foodie
Las Vegas, NV :-)