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Put some color on your cheeks! (And dots, and nose, and eyebrows) #gif-fun #patterns

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Getting to see a whole lot of this lately #DudesInStartupShirts (via jesssauer)

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Pygmalion, the iDollators, and Oskar Kokoschka’s ‘fuzzy companion’

 (via A (Straight, Male) History of Sex Dolls - The Atlantic)

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Hello again, Internet! We’re back with this fascinating genus of mansplainer #inception #manception

taxonomyofmansplainers:

This is the guy who will show up to educate you on the true meaning of mansplaining because, like, he’s a progressive, sexy, with-it-kinda guy whose purpose on this earth is to gently or not-so-gently tell you that you’ve got mansplaining wrong (and of course he can never be one). This is the Escher of Mansplainers.

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What does ‘sharing’ mean in the ‘sharing economy’? (via The Case Against Sharing — The Nib  — Medium)

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This is what I think summer will look like in the winter. 

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"The first-ever set of ISO standards for world cities has been created. And the implications are dramatic." (via Finally, Clear Performance Data for Comparing the World’s Cities - CityLab)

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The dedicated and ridiculously talented Gopher lead designer (and In-House partner!) Alex gave an office tour to BaronMag. Check it out, y’all. 

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An excerpt of Laurel Braitman’s excellent “Animal Madness” is what you need to be reading today. (via When Animals Lose Their Minds - WSJ)

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Here’s the science of old-book smell! (Tomorrow’s edition: santa clause doesn’t exist and other heartbreaking stories)
Via: explore-blog:

The chemistry of what causes new and old book smells

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"We also learned (surprise) that high quality posts do not automatically garner attention and audience commensurate with the effort of producing them."

- Medium reports what they’ve learned from their Collections (‘mini-publications on Medium’) experiments.

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Update on Medium’s Paid Collection Experiments — Medium

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Fútbol fever has begun to rise in Gopher-land, and this ESPN article is hitting the spot. Via millionsmillions
millionsmillions:

"An assigned profile of Luis Suarez led to a stack of things to read about his past. Whether it was a tabloid calling him Cannibal! or The New York Times calling him Luis Alberto Suarez Diaz, the portrait is of a cheat and a lunatic. If someone breathes on him near the goal, he falls down like he’s been knifed. He has bitten an opponent. Twice. And, back in his childhood in Uruguay, there’s an oft-reported incident that serves as explanation, or maybe proof, that he is, in fact, batshit crazy. When Suarez was 15, overcome with anger, he headbutted a referee and received a red card in a youth match, making the man’s nose bleed ‘like a cow,’ as a witness said.”
— Wright Thompson profiles Uruguay’s best soccer player.