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What an amazing sunset after a day of flooding. What an amazing sunset after a day of flooding. What an amazing sunset after a day of flooding. What an amazing sunset after a day of flooding. What an amazing sunset after a day of flooding. What an amazing sunset after a day of flooding. What an amazing sunset after a day of flooding.

What an amazing sunset after a day of flooding.

Finally!

Fantastic clouds tonight, reminds me of a Rothko painting.

spokeart:

#TenenbaumTuesdays

I love this hashtag!

spokeart:

#TenenbaumTuesdays

I love this hashtag!

Some seriously cool lights at the Palomar

Looking down an old school elevator shaft.

"As a marketer, it’s not a matter of creating a new app, it’s how we leverage existing apps and consumer behavior."

Whiteboard wall installed! Serious strategist geek out.

fastcompany:

Dronies Are The New Selfies

Make way in your Instagram feed for flying-camera panoramas.

Squishing yourself into a cameraphone frame with your bestie is so early 2014. Why rely on your outstretched arm when you can include a sweeping vista and aerial approach to your selfie?

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foursquare:

Everyone explores the world differently – guided by their own unique tastes, their friends, and the people they trust. Local search has never been good at this. It doesn’t get you, and, as a result, everyone gets the same one-size-fits-all results. Why should two very different people get the…

fastcompany:

These Incredible Photos From Astronauts Show The Brightest Cities On Earth 
Cities at Night was launched by some Spanish astrophysicists who started following an astronaut’s Twitter account. “For us his nighttime pictures were like fire for a firefighter—it’s pretty, but you must control it,” says Alejandro Sanchez from Complutense University of Madrid. “We want to make the nighttime images useful for citizens, journalists, and scientists. And make this beauty accessible—but also make people think about if all this waste of energy is really needed.”
See the entire slideshow here>
fastcompany:

These Incredible Photos From Astronauts Show The Brightest Cities On Earth 
Cities at Night was launched by some Spanish astrophysicists who started following an astronaut’s Twitter account. “For us his nighttime pictures were like fire for a firefighter—it’s pretty, but you must control it,” says Alejandro Sanchez from Complutense University of Madrid. “We want to make the nighttime images useful for citizens, journalists, and scientists. And make this beauty accessible—but also make people think about if all this waste of energy is really needed.”
See the entire slideshow here>
fastcompany:

These Incredible Photos From Astronauts Show The Brightest Cities On Earth 
Cities at Night was launched by some Spanish astrophysicists who started following an astronaut’s Twitter account. “For us his nighttime pictures were like fire for a firefighter—it’s pretty, but you must control it,” says Alejandro Sanchez from Complutense University of Madrid. “We want to make the nighttime images useful for citizens, journalists, and scientists. And make this beauty accessible—but also make people think about if all this waste of energy is really needed.”
See the entire slideshow here>

fastcompany:

These Incredible Photos From Astronauts Show The Brightest Cities On Earth 

Cities at Night was launched by some Spanish astrophysicists who started following an astronaut’s Twitter account. “For us his nighttime pictures were like fire for a firefighter—it’s pretty, but you must control it,” says Alejandro Sanchez from Complutense University of Madrid. “We want to make the nighttime images useful for citizens, journalists, and scientists. And make this beauty accessible—but also make people think about if all this waste of energy is really needed.”

See the entire slideshow here>