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Published on 13 Jul 2014

I see my role much like a small-town praire banker in the 1880’s. My job is to project an aura of calm, solvency, and permanence in an industry where none of those adjectives applies.

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(Source: blog.pinboard.in)

Published on 10 Jul 2014

O I see now, flashing, that this America is only you and me,
Its power, weapons, testimony, are you and me,
Its crimes, lies, thefts, defections, slavery, are you and me,
Its Congress is you and me—the officers, capitols, armies, ships, are you and me,
Its endless gestations of new States are you and me,
The war—that war so bloody and grim—the war I will henceforth forget—was you and me,
Natural and artificial are you and me,
Freedom, language, poems, employments, are you and me,
Past, present, future, are you and me.

— Walt Whitman; As I Sat Alone by Blue Ontario’s Shores

Published on 10 Jul 2014
Reblogged from michaelthomasmartin

The 23-year-olds I work with are a little over the conversation about how we were the superpower brought low. They think that’s an ‘older person conversation.’ They’re more interested in this moment of crazy opportunity, with the massive economic and cultural transformation driven by Silicon Valley. And kids feel capable of seizing it. Technology isn’t a section in the newspaper any more. It’s the culture.

— Ben Smith

(Source: The New York Times)

Published on 7 Jul 2014

The #mozz from #Agerola is like a milk cake.

— Frank Prisinzano

(Source: instagram.com)

Published on 6 Jul 2014

Throwback to 2002.

(Source: Spotify)

Published on 2 Jul 2014

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Published on 30 Jun 2014

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Published on 30 Jun 2014

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Published on 28 Jun 2014

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Published on 27 Jun 2014