Steve Silberman is a contributing editor for Wired magazine, one of Time’s selected science tweeters, and the author of the NeuroTribes blog at the Public Library of Science. He is currently working on a book about autism and neurodiversity for Avery/Penguin. (Read recent Longreads…
Pinterest is moving up in the ranks as a huge referral source. Though this infographic focuses on retail, it may be time to consider how your business can benefit from the social platform.Source amexopenforum
"Day one beauty: the least likely to marry [women] 1.’s Own good, looks handsome. (2) skills, higher pay. 3 house and a car, 4 independent living ability. Parents healthy, no sense of crisis. 5 like a romantic, looking forward to the legend. 6 perfectionist, lips that look feel, in fact, a man demanding. 7 house women love to do after work. 8 does not deliberately close communication with the opposite sex. 9 is biased to men. 10 appearance of indifference, weak heart."
Wow. Somehow Chinese Pinterest is more even more wedding obsessed then the real thing!!! There’s also a lot of travel imagery, and more T&A than i would have expected (there’s not that much, but it’s definitely there). I am a little bummed that there isn’t as much of the baby crap that dominates real Pinterest, because it would be neat to see the aspirational lifestyle for toddlers in China looks like these days.
Check out this sweet Lettuce Umbrella!!!
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You’re going to LOVE The Fancy.
It was only a matter of time before websites similar to the increasingly popular Pinterest started to pop up out of the woodwork. The Fancy describes itself as “part store, blog, magazine and wishlist,” and it’s the store piece that’s really differentiating the platform from its competitor. The site allows you to “Fancy” anything you see on the Web so you can return to it at a later time.Source mylifeasabandwife
beautiful art on Etsy by David LloydSource http
“The Daily Show with Jon Stewart” - there’s an app for that - READ MORESource knottycelebs.com
handmade glass lampwork beads by paulbead on etsySource adamthegirl