October 22nd, 2012
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It’s sort of a social-networking version of Moore’s Law,” said Zuckerberg, who was interviewed by Y Combinator co-founder Paul Graham. “We expect this rate [of sharing] will double every 10 years. So in 10 years from now, people will be sharing about 1,000 times as many things as they do today.

Sure, this isn’t a shocking prediction or anything. The part that got me thinking is what this expectation means: large corporations fully expect to know everything about their audience, and very soon. It’s creepy (and 99% inevitable) - but not an altogether impossible situation. It’s important to recognize things as they are happening, that’s all.  

In the future, we have no privacy. What do you value?

Read more at c | net 

October 15th, 2012
sassational
I want this because of reasons.
Filed under:
Swinging in the rain ♪ just swi-i-i-i-i-nging in the rain ♪
Awesome things to do
Is it real? Who cares it’s great 
Things I’m staring at
Monday

I want this because of reasons.

Filed under:

  • Swinging in the rain  just swi-i-i-i-i-nging in the rain 
  • Awesome things to do
  • Is it real? Who cares it’s great 
  • Things I’m staring at
  • Monday

(Source: cineraria)

Reblogged from She Hearts Rain
April 23rd, 2012
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Monday: Worth it because I had the weekend with you.  

Lucy:  You don’t even know what crow’s feet are.

Ricky:  I do too, they’re like pigeon toes.

Lucy:  Come here, look. See?

Ricky:  Oh, honey are you kidding? You’re beautiful.

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Reblogged from First B0rn Unic0rn
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