Colin Tedford

Cartoonist & organizer, sharing stuff.

Nov 28
idgie:

this month, think about what you’re celebrating.
more info here and here. oh and here.

idgie:

this month, think about what you’re celebrating.

more info here and here. oh and here.

(via ipaintmydream)


Nov 8
lymphonodge:

look at the feets


WHY ARE YOU LOOKING AT MY FEETS

lymphonodge:

look at the feets

WHY ARE YOU LOOKING AT MY FEETS

(via red3blog)


Oct 4
greenmountaingraveyards:

Old North Cemetery in Portsmouth, NH. July 2013.  (at portsmouth historical)

greenmountaingraveyards:

Old North Cemetery in Portsmouth, NH. July 2013. (at portsmouth historical)


Oct 3

neo-rama:

krismukai:

short story for wolfen jump 

i love everything kris

(via darrylayo)


Oct 2
kddiamond:

queershoulder:

nemesissy:

motherbox:

Here is a Goblin Shark. 
Enjoy Summer. 
Goodnight. 

Unicorns are so 2010, and therefore, Over.
I decree that the new homosexual mascot is the goblin shark, because it is fancy, abject, and mysterious.

Agreed. Also, +10 points for abject. 

Reblogging because the commentary made me giggle.

kddiamond:

queershoulder:

nemesissy:

motherbox:

Here is a Goblin Shark. 

Enjoy Summer. 

Goodnight. 

Unicorns are so 2010, and therefore, Over.

I decree that the new homosexual mascot is the goblin shark, because it is fancy, abject, and mysterious.


Agreed.

Also, +10 points for abject.

Reblogging because the commentary made me giggle.


Oct 1

(via darrylayo)


Aug 6
futurejournalismproject:

What Google Knows
Via the Wall Street Journal:

Every hour, an active Google user can generate hundreds or thousands of data “events” that Google stores in its computers, said people familiar with its data-gathering process.
These include when people use Google’s array of Web and mobile-device services, which have long collected information about what individuals are privately searching for on the Web. It includes the videos they watch on YouTube, which gets more than one billion visitors a month; phone calls they’ve made using Google Voice and through nearly one billion Google-powered Android smartphones; and messages they send via Android phones or through Gmail, which has more than 425 million users.
If a user signs in to his or her Google account to use Gmail and other services, the information collected grows and is connected to the name associated with the account. Google can log information about the addresses of websites that person visits after doing Google searches.
Even if the person visits sites without first searching for them on Google, the company can collect many of the website addresses people using Google’s Chrome Web browser or if they visit one of millions of sites that have pieces of Google code, such as its “+1” button, installed.
Android-based phones and Google Maps can collect information about people’s location over time. Google also has credit-card information for more than 200 million Android-device owners who have purchased mobile apps, digital books or music, said a person with direct knowledge of the matter.

Somewhat related bonus: The Public-Private Surveillance Partnership, via Bloomberg.
Image: What Google Knows, via the Wall Street Journal. Select to embiggen.

futurejournalismproject:

What Google Knows

Via the Wall Street Journal:

Every hour, an active Google user can generate hundreds or thousands of data “events” that Google stores in its computers, said people familiar with its data-gathering process.

These include when people use Google’s array of Web and mobile-device services, which have long collected information about what individuals are privately searching for on the Web. It includes the videos they watch on YouTube, which gets more than one billion visitors a month; phone calls they’ve made using Google Voice and through nearly one billion Google-powered Android smartphones; and messages they send via Android phones or through Gmail, which has more than 425 million users.

If a user signs in to his or her Google account to use Gmail and other services, the information collected grows and is connected to the name associated with the account. Google can log information about the addresses of websites that person visits after doing Google searches.

Even if the person visits sites without first searching for them on Google, the company can collect many of the website addresses people using Google’s Chrome Web browser or if they visit one of millions of sites that have pieces of Google code, such as its “+1” button, installed.

Android-based phones and Google Maps can collect information about people’s location over time. Google also has credit-card information for more than 200 million Android-device owners who have purchased mobile apps, digital books or music, said a person with direct knowledge of the matter.

Somewhat related bonus: The Public-Private Surveillance Partnership, via Bloomberg.

Image: What Google Knows, via the Wall Street Journal. Select to embiggen.


futurejournalismproject:

This Day in History
Today marks the 68th anniversary of the American atomic bombing of Hiroshima.
Some interesting historical media available online:
How the New York Times reported it at the time.
How The BBC reported it at the time.
The Prelinger Archive of videos on Hiroshima and the building of the bomb leading up to it.
A silent 1946 film from the US National Archives.
A National Geographic documentary.
Image: A man looks over the expanse of ruins left by the explosion of the atomic bomb on in Hiroshima, Japan. Via Boston.com. Select to embiggen.

futurejournalismproject:

This Day in History

Today marks the 68th anniversary of the American atomic bombing of Hiroshima.

Some interesting historical media available online:

Image: A man looks over the expanse of ruins left by the explosion of the atomic bomb on in Hiroshima, Japan. Via Boston.com. Select to embiggen.


Aug 3
kddiamond:

superpunch2:

The water probe from The Abyss in real life.  Pyrosomes

are free-floating colonial tunicates that live usually in the upper layers of the open ocean in warm seas, although some may be found at greater depths. Pyrosomes are cylindrical or conical shaped colonies made up of hundreds to thousands of individuals, known as zooids. Colonies range in size from less than one cm to several metres in length.

Here’s video:

Via.

Aaaahhhhhhh!

kddiamond:

superpunch2:

The water probe from The Abyss in real life.  Pyrosomes

are free-floating colonial tunicates that live usually in the upper layers of the open ocean in warm seas, although some may be found at greater depths. Pyrosomes are cylindrical or conical shaped colonies made up of hundreds to thousands of individuals, known as zooids. Colonies range in size from less than one cm to several metres in length.

Here’s video:

Via.

Aaaahhhhhhh!


Aug 2

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