April22014
usatoday:

Important question on this important holiday: Smooth or crunchy? 

O. M. G. Smooth peanut butter and  blackberry jam day!! Yay!!

usatoday:

Important question on this important holiday: Smooth or crunchy? 

O. M. G. Smooth peanut butter and blackberry jam day!! Yay!!

March232014
sortedfood:

Who’s enjoying the Sorted Eats Brazil series? :D
We kicked off with feijoada and this week was an awesome Vatapá!

That was a truly great video if Brazilian inspired cooking. Nice twist to the possible un authenticity of the dish. I think you lot should get invited to some YouTube fan’s homes to authenticate the dish!

sortedfood:

Who’s enjoying the Sorted Eats Brazil series? :D

We kicked off with feijoada and this week was an awesome Vatapá!

That was a truly great video if Brazilian inspired cooking. Nice twist to the possible un authenticity of the dish. I think you lot should get invited to some YouTube fan’s homes to authenticate the dish!

March222014
georgetakei:

He has a sole after all.
(From Ultimate Horror Films.) http://ift.tt/1h8kHzc

georgetakei:

He has a sole after all.
(From Ultimate Horror Films.) http://ift.tt/1h8kHzc

5PM

pleasefireme:

Please fire me. I just spent over 3 hours on really nice marketing materials that my boss has requested the originals versions of so he can edit them. In Paint.

5PM
newsweek:

By day they work as computer programmers and stock boys and academics. But at night they are known as urban explorers. The Brooklyn Bridge, London’s Shard, Notre Dame—each structure is an expedition waiting to happen. 

Each sewer, each scaffold, each off-limits site is a puzzle to solve. No wonder the cops are after them. Matthew Power embeds with the space invaders and sees a world—above- and belowground—that the rest of us never knew existed.

Excuse Us While We Kiss the Sky

newsweek:

By day they work as computer programmers and stock boys and academics. But at night they are known as urban explorers. The Brooklyn Bridge, London’s Shard, Notre Dame—each structure is an expedition waiting to happen.

Each sewer, each scaffold, each off-limits site is a puzzle to solve. No wonder the cops are after them. Matthew Power embeds with the space invaders and sees a world—above- and belowground—that the rest of us never knew existed.

Excuse Us While We Kiss the Sky

5PM
peacecorps:


Armed with laptops, pillows and coffee, University of California Berkeley students gathered on a mid-November weekend for one reason: to hack for the Peace Corps. Working through the night, seven teams battled for $2000 in prize money and, after twenty long hours of work, presented their innovations to a panel of judges. But that weekend, winning wasn’t everything.
This year, Peace Corps sponsored UC Berkeley’s School of Information’s annual hackathon. “Normally at hackathons, people are mostly excited about their own ideas and own pet projects. The enthusiasm people showed for the Peace Corps was very special,” said Seema Puthyapurayil, a veteran hackathon attendee and one of the organizers.

Code for Good: The Peace Corps/UC Berkeley Social Innovation Hackathon

peacecorps:

Armed with laptops, pillows and coffee, University of California Berkeley students gathered on a mid-November weekend for one reason: to hack for the Peace Corps. Working through the night, seven teams battled for $2000 in prize money and, after twenty long hours of work, presented their innovations to a panel of judges. But that weekend, winning wasn’t everything.

This year, Peace Corps sponsored UC Berkeley’s School of Information’s annual hackathon. “Normally at hackathons, people are mostly excited about their own ideas and own pet projects. The enthusiasm people showed for the Peace Corps was very special,” said Seema Puthyapurayil, a veteran hackathon attendee and one of the organizers.

Code for Good: The Peace Corps/UC Berkeley Social Innovation Hackathon

5PM
March212014
yahoosports:

Duke goes down. Coach K ANGRY.

yahoosports:

Duke goes down. Coach K ANGRY.

4PM
usatoday:

There’s always next year. 

(Photo: Associated Press)

usatoday:

There’s always next year.

(Photo: Associated Press)

4PM
rtamerica:

Oakland will pay $4.5 million to injured Occupy activist Scott Olsen
​A United States military veteran who was critically injured by the police during an Occupy Wall Street protest in October 2011 will be awarded $4.5 million by the city of Oakland, California.
Attorneys for the man, 26-year-old Scott Olsen, said on Friday this week that city officials have agreed on a multi-million dollar settlement that will resolve a federal lawsuit filed after the Oct. 25, 2011 incident.

rtamerica:

Oakland will pay $4.5 million to injured Occupy activist Scott Olsen

​A United States military veteran who was critically injured by the police during an Occupy Wall Street protest in October 2011 will be awarded $4.5 million by the city of Oakland, California.

Attorneys for the man, 26-year-old Scott Olsen, said on Friday this week that city officials have agreed on a multi-million dollar settlement that will resolve a federal lawsuit filed after the Oct. 25, 2011 incident.

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