1. justement:

Alana Riley, Day in and Day Out from the Extraordinary Monotony series
http://www.alanariley.com/index.html


I was going to “like” this, but I love it.

    justement:

    Alana Riley, Day in and Day Out from the Extraordinary Monotony series

    http://www.alanariley.com/index.html

    I was going to “like” this, but I love it.

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  2. shortformblog:

newsflick:

Radiation fears after Japan blast

This goes with our previous post for context.
  3. It misses you back. Grab Mr. 12 and get over here…
no12:

Feeling the pangs of homesickness for the first time in over a year because of this beautiful photo of New York City by Alessandro Muiesan. I love LA so much that I forgot how easily NYC can take my breath away.
newlyyorked:

Downtown Manhattan

    It misses you back. Grab Mr. 12 and get over here…

    no12:

    Feeling the pangs of homesickness for the first time in over a year because of this beautiful photo of New York City by Alessandro Muiesan. I love LA so much that I forgot how easily NYC can take my breath away.

    newlyyorked:

    Downtown Manhattan

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  4. ➞ @innovations: Journalists vs. Bloggers, Objectivity vs. Voice: picking the wrong battles

    So - where do Jay Rosen and Roger Ailes agree and disagree re the role of opinion in journalism?

    washingtonpostinnovations:

    One of the SXSW talks I’d been looking forward to the most was Jay Rosen’s, NYU professor of journalism. Rosen, a fantastic writer and a slow, measured speaker, decided to recant an essay he wrote six years ago declaring the debate between journalism and bloggers dead and gone. The battle…

    (Source: washingtonpostinnovations)

  5. laurakudia:

Incredibly patient: People queue for water in Sendai two days after the earthquake and tsunami struck. I have nothing but admiration for the dignity and decency displayed by the Japanese in dealing with this catastrophe.


More amazing images from Japan.

    laurakudia:

    Incredibly patient: People queue for water in Sendai two days after the earthquake and tsunami struck. I have nothing but admiration for the dignity and decency displayed by the Japanese in dealing with this catastrophe.

    More amazing images from Japan.

    (via abcworldnews)

  6. shortformblog:

Worth noting: The tsunami reports are conflicting. (Via ProducerMatthew)

    shortformblog:

    Worth noting: The tsunami reports are conflicting. (Via ProducerMatthew)

    (via shortformblog)

  7. shortformblog:

    Just in: A fresh explosion at Fukushima’s No. 3 plant. ProducerMatthew has rock star sources apparently – here’s a video.

    (Source: shortformblog)

  8. inothernews:

DISPLACED   A ferry ended up stranded atop a building in Otsuchi.  (Photo: Yomiuri Shimbun via the AP / The New York Times)

Can’t stop looking at this photo.

    inothernews:

    DISPLACED   A ferry ended up stranded atop a building in Otsuchi.  (Photo: Yomiuri Shimbun via the AP / The New York Times)

    Can’t stop looking at this photo.
  9. ➞ Keyword Korea: Hot Right Now: Radiation Exposure Q&A

    keywordkorea:

    Hot keyword of the moment on March 14th, 2011, at 12:00 am local time (March 13th, 11 am US Eastern) is Radiation Exposure. Following the devastating 8.8 magnitude earthquake in Japan, aftermath of the event includes a nuclear crisis as workers struggle to cool down nuclear reactors in the…

    (Source: keywordkorea)

  10. andredefreitas:

It’s the difference between your expectations, and (your) reality. 


Yeah, that difference can be such a bummer. But we persevere!

    andredefreitas:

    It’s the difference between your expectations, and (your) reality

    Yeah, that difference can be such a bummer. But we persevere!

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