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A Kickstarter project is in effect for “swivelCard,” a paper business card that can be folded into a USB drive, which can hold resume, picture, and presentation files. It can also be updated from an online account, even after it’s given away.
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did-you-kno:

A Kickstarter project is in effect for “swivelCard,” a paper business card that can be folded into a USB drive, which can hold resume, picture, and presentation files. It can also be updated from an online account, even after it’s given away.

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countingtiles:

file under “movies to watch when feeling sad”

Who the fuck read my mind and made a post about it?

Beyoncé - Sex On Fire (Cover)
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'Beyonce covered Sex On Fire at glastonbury right?' 'She made the song a lot better. She made me masturbate to my own song.” - Caleb Followill (Kings of Leon lead singer)

atorrez1:

brianmichaelbendis:

 Simone Bianchi gsllery

LOVE him

4gifs:

Puppy growing up, no hesitation on the second jump. [video]

4gifs:

Puppy growing up, no hesitation on the second jump. [video]

coachbear:

ghdos:

ayetheangelking:

ikantenggelem:

Comic crossover art.

So much awesome.

Grand Theft Auto: Gotham City sounds like the hardest shit ever though. I need Rockstar to hop on that real quick.

This is pretty well everything
Oh wait I don’t think there was any HP…

bradelterman:

When I was a kid back in 1978 I got invited to take photos at the Grease party on Paramount Studios back lot. Everyone was there including John Travolta and Olivia Newton John, of course. I had no idea about the magnitude of this film and how it would be revered decades later. At the time, Travolta lived in my building at 100 S Dohney, but I never saw him.  I think that he was in the Penthouse and I was in apartment # 716. The building is still there and I drive by it all the time and  reminisce of those magical years. 
Photo by Brad Elterman

bradelterman:

When I was a kid back in 1978 I got invited to take photos at the Grease party on Paramount Studios back lot. Everyone was there including John Travolta and Olivia Newton John, of course. I had no idea about the magnitude of this film and how it would be revered decades later. At the time, Travolta lived in my building at 100 S Dohney, but I never saw him.  I think that he was in the Penthouse and I was in apartment # 716. The building is still there and I drive by it all the time and  reminisce of those magical years. 

Photo by Brad Elterman

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