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Ellie Yong - AKA: SillyJellie

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The 40 Most Breathtaking Abandoned Places In The World

I think you mean locations for the next silent hill.

I want to live in that little red house, accessible only by the long, silent wooden bridge, with my monster cats guarding the end.

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"fallout" Series by Johnny Savage


Fallout is a series of photographs that considers the modern Irish landscape; a landscape where empty buildings stand like ruins, reminders of another time or place in history. Appearing like portals to a different world, they quietly haunt the periphery of towns and cities, anonymous, the same, in a limbo of dream and reality…

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 Bella Kotak

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Famous Movie Scene Locations In Real Life

Artist on Tumblr |Instagram | Facebook| FILMography

Christopher Moloney, a Canadian photographer and film buff, has created a playful photo series called “FILMography” that pair scenes from famous movies with their real-life modern locations.

Moloney travels to cities like New York, Rome and Ho Chi Minh to find the locations where these famous scenes were filmed. Photos like these can be pretty simple, but they require a good eye and a careful hand so that you could get the perspective just right. His photos are on display in galleries around the world, and his collection also goes on display at various film festivals like Cannes and Ischia.

  1. You’ve Got Mail
  2. Breakfast At Tiffany’s
  3. Good Will Hunting
  4. Catch Me If You Can
  5. Captain America: The First Avenger
  6. Annie Hall
  7. Maid In Manhattan
  8. The Avengers
  9. Black Swan
  10. Elementary

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"Powidok " Photographs by Pawel Fabjanski

Afterimages Titled “Powidoki,” the series features objects arranged in visually interesting patterns and compositions, sometimes digitally retouched in unlikely but almost obsessively compulsive ways.

set design Zuza Slominska
retouch RunRun

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Ukiyo-e Heroes Portraits by Jed Henry / Tumblr / Store

13.5 x 17cm wood block prints. Part of the 12 piece Ukiyoe ‘Heroes Portrait’ subscription series. Available HERE.

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CollegeHumor explains Net Neutrality




I’m Adam.

-And I’m Emily.

We make “funny videos” on the Internet.

-But soon, we might not be able to.

That’s because…


…net neutrality is in jeopardy. Net Neutrality is the principle that says ISPs can’t discriminate between different types of traffic.

That means that…


…whether you’re a bedroom music producer, a couple on an amateur porn site, or just someone with a start up idea - you get access to the same users as Netflix, Facebook or Amazon. On the Internet, anyone can succeed.




…America’s ISPs wanna set up a pay-for-play system where rich companies pay extra to get to those users first.

If this happens…


…instead of a wonderful playground if innovation that it is now, the Internet will become like cable TV where you can only get stuff that’s been pre-approved by a bunch of old rich guys.

Ten years from now…


…your Internet bill could be a bigger “fustercluck” than your cable bill.

Now, you might be thinking…


…isn’t the government supposed to protect me from fragrant doucheholery like this?



…the former chairman of the FCC (government agency that’s SUPPOSED to protect you) is now the cable industry’s head lobbyist. And another former cable industry lobbyist is now the CURRENT head of the FCC.



…we can’t trust the FCC to make the right decision on their own. That’s why WE need to protect the Internet we love. The chaotic, AWESOME, often quite weird, place where literally everyone’s voice can be heard.

In a few months…


…the FCC will approve this festering soal of proposal unless we speak up. The Internet is one of the few places where human voices speak louder than money. So while that’s still the case, let’s use those voices. Go to DEARFCC.ORG and tell them to protect Net Neutrality. Thanks for doing your part to protect the Internet.


Contact FCC at https://dearfcc.org/

IF DEARFCC.ORG IS DOWN, simply go to good oldhttp://www.savetheinternet.com/

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We seriously need to prevent this from happening. The joy of the internet has been that indie producers/creators from all parts of the creative spectrum have been able to share their works equally. If this goes through, it’s going to effectively destroy the one place we have left to share our voices.

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