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kenyatta:

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grahamnortonshow:

taylorswift's​ fans *die* at 1989 secret listening parties.

Taylor Swift is secretly stalking her fans online for invitations to private listening parties… where her fans keep dying!

Don’t miss an all new episode of The Graham Norton Show with guests Taylor Swift, John Cleese, cricketer Kevin Pietersen, and musical guest Neil Diamond SATURDAY OCT 18 at NEW TIME 10/9c, Immediately following DOCTOR WHO on BBC America

If you haven’t seen the clip of Taylor Swift on The Graham Norton Show, here it is. Be sure to watch BBC America next Saturday for the full interview.

Wherein Taylor Swift describes exactly what we do for a living at everybodyatonce.

Taylor Swift and Beyonce are the best.

mostlysignssomeportents

mostlysignssomeportents:

Wired profiles Darrell Pugh, a formerly homeless man who teaches people who have no homes or are otherwise in economically precarious position how to use networks and computers, at the Tenderloin Technology Lab in San Francisco. It’s an amazing story and draws an important connection…

kenyatta

kenyatta:

My neighbor just saw me on my stoop, staring at my phone, crying. I just couldn’t bring myself to show him why.

This is how I feel right now.

mostlysignssomeportents

Kickstarting Matchstick, a Firefox-powered Chromecast killer

mostlysignssomeportents:

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Built on Firefox OS, the Matchstick is free software and open source hardware — anything in your Firefox browser-window can be “flinged” into your HDMI TV; it’s an incredible $12 for one stick.

Caveat, this is not from the Mozilla Foundation; it’s from a startup called Matchstick TV, and the company’s website doesn’t name any of its personnel, nor does it detail any projects any of the people involved have seen through to completion. This is a serious red flag when it comes to crowdfunding projects. I’m willing to risk $12 on this, but not much more.

Read the rest…

I would love to see the people behind Miro work on something like this.