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It’s time to officially welcome Portuguese and Brazilian Portuguese to Tumblr’s roster of supported languages!
This now makes Tumblr accessible in a total of 11 different languages. To celebrate in Brazil, we’ll be holding official Tumblr meetups/events in Curitiba, Rio de Janeiro, and São Paulo. And in Portugal, we’re teaming up with Vice in Lisbon to celebrate the Portuguese launches. Join us!
To turn on these new localized interfaces on Tumblr, head over to your Preferences page to switch your language settings. And be sure to follow Tumblr’s official Portuguese and Brazilian Staff Blogs, too.

Rachel Marie Merritt

staff:

It’s time to officially welcome Portuguese and Brazilian Portuguese to Tumblr’s roster of supported languages!

This now makes Tumblr accessible in a total of 11 different languages. To celebrate in Brazil, we’ll be holding official Tumblr meetups/events in Curitiba, Rio de Janeiro, and São Paulo. And in Portugal, we’re teaming up with Vice in Lisbon to celebrate the Portuguese launches. Join us!

To turn on these new localized interfaces on Tumblr, head over to your Preferences page to switch your language settings. And be sure to follow Tumblr’s official Portuguese and Brazilian Staff Blogs, too.

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archiveofaffinities:

Rachel Whiteread, Study for “House”, 1991

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archiveofaffinities:

Rachel Whiteread, Study for “House”, 1991

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Manhattan HDR sunset
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skyscraper:

Manhattan HDR sunset

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moneyisnotimportant:

Checkbox Syndrome: Why We Spend Money on Things We Don’t Need (and How to Avoid It)

Ever been overwhelmed by the temptation to buy the latest shiny thing because it’s got another checkbox in the features column? We call this “checkbox syndrome,” or jumping at a new gadget or product just because it’s an upgrade from the last one, not because it’s better. Before you fall for a list of tech specs designed to impress an audience at a big flashy announcement, stop and think about whether it’s really an upgrade for you.

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moneyisnotimportant:

Checkbox Syndrome: Why We Spend Money on Things We Don’t Need (and How to Avoid It)

Ever been overwhelmed by the temptation to buy the latest shiny thing because it’s got another checkbox in the features column? We call this “checkbox syndrome,” or jumping at a new gadget or product just because it’s an upgrade from the last one, not because it’s better. Before you fall for a list of tech specs designed to impress an audience at a big flashy announcement, stop and think about whether it’s really an upgrade for you.

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moneyisnotimportant:

Sell your old textbooks to Chegg!
As you’re getting close to the end of the semester, it’s a good time to start thinking about selling your textbooks (after your finals, of course).  Chegg is one of the best textbook rental companies, and they are very competitive when it comes to buying your used textbooks.
Head over to their site to get a quick quote, and compare it to your university’s bookstore.

Rachel Marie Merritt

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Rachel Marie Merritt

moneyisnotimportant:

Sell your old textbooks to Chegg!

As you’re getting close to the end of the semester, it’s a good time to start thinking about selling your textbooks (after your finals, of course).  Chegg is one of the best textbook rental companies, and they are very competitive when it comes to buying your used textbooks.

Head over to their site to get a quick quote, and compare it to your university’s bookstore.

Rachel Marie Merritt

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Rachel Marie Merritt

humanscalecities:

The real intelligence of cities lies is in the almost miraculous, unstable, spontaneous order of city life. The social relationships between people generate the functional intelligence of cities. Imperfect, conflicting, disastrous at times, always open to improvement. Technology only facilitates certain processes, and the logic of collective life will defeat any attempt to implement systems that exceed the required level of sophistication.

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