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May 9, 2013 | link to post

reblogged from cinemastatic:




Jack Lemmon photographed on the set of Some Like It Hot by Phil Stern, 1959.


I think these photos might actually be from the set of Pepe given that Cantinflas (the comedian up on the chair) wasn’t in Some Like It Hot, but Jack Lemon was in Pepe as Daphne.

(Source: mattybing1025)



filed: Pepe Jack Lemon




December 4, 2012 | link to post

reblogged from mietteshoppe:


mietteshoppe:

love this

Possibly the cutest thing ever. Anyone know the source of the photo?


mietteshoppe:

love this

Possibly the cutest thing ever. Anyone know the source of the photo?

filed: collared




September 17, 2012 | link to post

reblogged from laureola:




How to give proper credit to artists without knowing who they are

I appreciate reblogging the shit out of this if anybody wouldn’t mind.

Sick of art going around and artists not getting proper credit at all.







July 27, 2012 | link to post

reblogged from littlepeople-biglove:


Edit: Anyone know how to add a source on the Tumblr app? It doesn’t appear to be possible!
Crediting doesn’t need to be fancy! Just post a link to the image source when you upload the photo. If someone clicks the image, they’ll be taken to the source.

Boardstiff on etsy here.
littlepeople-biglove:

While cruising my favorite mama bear website (babyology) I came across this incredibly awesome thing!
The cleaver people from Boardstiff will make a custom play mat of your neighbourhood for your little ones to drive cars and have adventures, how sick is that?
The mats are available on Etsy, sorry for not doing fancy links, you guys know that’s not how I roll ;)


Edit: Anyone know how to add a source on the Tumblr app? It doesn’t appear to be possible!

Crediting doesn’t need to be fancy! Just post a link to the image source when you upload the photo. If someone clicks the image, they’ll be taken to the source.

Boardstiff on etsy here.

littlepeople-biglove:

While cruising my favorite mama bear website (babyology) I came across this incredibly awesome thing!

The cleaver people from Boardstiff will make a custom play mat of your neighbourhood for your little ones to drive cars and have adventures, how sick is that?

The mats are available on Etsy, sorry for not doing fancy links, you guys know that’s not how I roll ;)

filed: collared




July 16, 2012 | link to post





Love the ticket ring. I know these came from etsy, but who are the sellers?!

thatelephantring:

WANT ALL OF THESE.

Source: etsy.com



filed: collared




January 17, 2012 | link to post

reblogged from bbook:


bbook:

I would never want to belong to any club that would have someone like me for a member.

Quote source: Groucho Marx


bbook:

I would never want to belong to any club that would have someone like me for a member.

Quote source: Groucho Marx

(Source: samantha-nic)

filed: collared




July 8, 2011 | link to post

reblogged from laughingsquid:


laughingsquid:

Anatomy of a Jumbo Freezie

source: created by Carolyn Verkuyl for sale on Etsy
found via: laughingsquid
This looks to have spread like wildfire on tumblr. Laughing Squid linked the tumblr image back to the post on their main site that credits the artist and that link traveled with all the reblogs. Both the image and the easy to find source made me happy.
I’d make a custom one for me with edits that say “anatomy of an otter pop” and “bigger-than-it-should-be cut off bit for Sparky”


laughingsquid:

Anatomy of a Jumbo Freezie

source: created by Carolyn Verkuyl for sale on Etsy

found via: laughingsquid

This looks to have spread like wildfire on tumblr. Laughing Squid linked the tumblr image back to the post on their main site that credits the artist and that link traveled with all the reblogs. Both the image and the easy to find source made me happy.

I’d make a custom one for me with edits that say “anatomy of an otter pop” and “bigger-than-it-should-be cut off bit for Sparky”

(Source: sliceofdeath)





May 3, 2011 | link to post

reblogged from streebgreeblings:


thedailywhat:

Misattributed Quote of the Day: “I mourn the loss of thousands of precious lives, but I will not rejoice in the death of one, not even an enemy.”
You’ve undoubtedly seen this quote somewhere online today, most likely attributed to Martin Luther King, Jr. It’s both pensive and timely; certainly looks like something a nonviolent activist such as King would say.
Unfortunately, he didn’t. And neither did anyone else before today, when the originator of the quote took to Twitter and decided to pretend to quote King.
“What do you get out of saying something pithy, and getting no credit for it?,” asks The Atlantic’s Megan McArdle. “Perhaps they only wanted to say this thing, and knew that no one would pay attention unless it came from someone else,” she posits. “Or, perhaps they are getting a gargantuan kick out of seeing people repeat their lie ad infinitum.”
As Abraham Lincoln once said: “On the Internet, nobody knows you’re not quoting Martin Luther King, Jr.”
[theatlantic / photo: wikimedia.]


thedailywhat:

Misattributed Quote of the Day: “I mourn the loss of thousands of precious lives, but I will not rejoice in the death of one, not even an enemy.”

You’ve undoubtedly seen this quote somewhere online today, most likely attributed to Martin Luther King, Jr. It’s both pensive and timely; certainly looks like something a nonviolent activist such as King would say.

Unfortunately, he didn’t. And neither did anyone else before today, when the originator of the quote took to Twitter and decided to pretend to quote King.

“What do you get out of saying something pithy, and getting no credit for it?,” asks The Atlantic’s Megan McArdle. “Perhaps they only wanted to say this thing, and knew that no one would pay attention unless it came from someone else,” she posits. “Or, perhaps they are getting a gargantuan kick out of seeing people repeat their lie ad infinitum.”

As Abraham Lincoln once said: “On the Internet, nobody knows you’re not quoting Martin Luther King, Jr.”

[theatlantic / photo: wikimedia.]

(Source: thedailywhat)





March 17, 2011 | link to post

reblogged from karenh:


karenh:

“how to credit?” flowcart poster by Pia Jane Bijkerk and Erin Loechner, with handwriting by Yvette Boven
(first discovered via Design*Sponge)
Anyone else tired of the ffffound dead ends, especially for photography? I’m thankful Tumblr has made efforts on their end to discourage the practice of lazy posts. But it still is in the hands of the those posting entries themselves. The excuse of not wanting to clutter your blog with credit lines is not a good enough reason.


karenh:

“how to credit?” flowcart poster by Pia Jane Bijkerk and Erin Loechner,
with handwriting by Yvette Boven

(first discovered via Design*Sponge)

Anyone else tired of the ffffound dead ends, especially for photography? I’m thankful Tumblr has made efforts on their end to discourage the practice of lazy posts. But it still is in the hands of the those posting entries themselves. The excuse of not wanting to clutter your blog with credit lines is not a good enough reason.





January 10, 2011 | link to post

reblogged from teamcoco:


source: created by lubu
found via: thisblogrules
teamcoco:

Searching for the origin of this little guy. Holler if you’ve got a tip for us!
showmetheblueprints:

Tiny Robots. pretty awesome


source: created by lubu

found via: thisblogrules

teamcoco:

Searching for the origin of this little guy. Holler if you’ve got a tip for us!

showmetheblueprints:

Tiny Robots. pretty awesome

filed: solved




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