http://www.lifebuzz.com/mike-rowe/

sometimes, people are simply full of shit and just don’t know it

"Holy shit, have y’all seen seen the video of Future Islands performing Seasons on Letterman? It is easily my favorite thing on the internet."

saw them on AXS’s Coachella coverage, then found all this.

Got a new patent: #8,683,554.  seems it was filed last week. :)

http://www.freepatentsonline.com/8683554.html

remember when we had rights?  me neither.  yea, shit like this really happened and we like to forget all about it.

ATHF

remember when we had rights?  me neither.  yea, shit like this really happened and we like to forget all about it.

ATHF

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welcome to our future

susie-c:

Sarah Jeong and I created this illustrated essay about the surveillance fusion center planned for Oakland. Read the whole thing at Medium (yes we get paid by the click).

susie-c:

Sarah Jeong and I created this illustrated essay about the surveillance fusion center planned for Oakland. Read the whole thing at Medium (yes we get paid by the click).

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oaklandunseen:

New San Francisco Chronicle with A Rod on front page

Readers say that the new SF Chronicle has greater depth, breadth, and is more current than the old version. (Context link: UK Guardian)

The San Francisco Chronicle has announced that in an effort to save money and provide readers with more up-to-date and in-depth news, they will start…

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susie-c:

I looked up a lot of data about how the new tech boom is changing the Bay Area. And then I drew it. 
This is the first installment of my new column at Medium about the Bay and technology. I hope you’ll read and share and etc. so they know how much everyone loves comics and they keep paying us to do them.

susie-c:

I looked up a lot of data about how the new tech boom is changing the Bay Area. And then I drew it. 

This is the first installment of my new column at Medium about the Bay and technology. I hope you’ll read and share and etc. so they know how much everyone loves comics and they keep paying us to do them.

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california

susie-c:

This is probably my favorite piece of public art in the East Bay.

It’s on a Panera Bread that shares a parking lot with a Target in Emeryville. 

City planning code required that the building be “memorable.”

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