tokaikko:

Inspired by me showing my wonder twin the 2011.03.01 episode of “Mission V6” where Maa-kun makes the really sexual noise when his hand touches the water in the mystery box challenge where he couldn’t figure out that what he was touching was a sea anemone and she commented that he looks good in glasses but not really those particular glasses, here are a bunch of photos of Maa-kun in glasses. I know I’ve missed some, but these were the first 9 that came to mind.

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libralthinking:

popuparchive:

Digital doesn’t mean permanent: Using the Internet Archive to protect against “erase all”  

To many, the effort to preserve audio files ends at digitization. After all, a physical object — like a record or even CD — decays. A string of data on your computer doesn’t. But what if you delete the string? What if the computer breaks? The truth is, managing digital files comes with its own set of risks.

As we transition into an all-digital media landscape, digital materials can be even more prone to loss than physical recordings. “Born digital” files can easily be lost irretrievably. Whether a destructive coffee spill or an overzealous hard drive purge, it’s disturbingly easy to lose the source files for your audio. 

So how do you protect your most precious audio files? Enter, the Internet Archive: The Internet Archive (archive.org) is an Internet library based in San Francisco. It was created with the mission of preserving materials on the web for generations to come, even in the face of rapidly changing file standards and operating systems. In addition to public domain books, films, and other digital media, they also store hundreds of thousands of hours of audio. And with Pop Up Archive, you can easily contribute your collection to their growing library.

Pop Up Archive lets you preserve audio on Internet Archive servers in just one click. Simply select the Internet Archive option while creating a Pop Up Archive collection, and a copy of each audio item page will be “filed” at the Internet Archive — ensuring that your most valuable recordings become part of the public record.

The Internet Archive for me is an instant reblog.

I worry about this with all my J-dramas and variety. I still don’t know how to properly preserve all that stuff. Both methods I use have vulnerable points. :(

truebluemeandyou:

15 Stories to have Ready for Your Interview Infographic by Liz Ryan. I found this at Lifehacker that has links to linkedin: "Your story is your brand" and other sites. You can also go there for a higher res illustration. Also check out How to Answer the Top 35 Asked Interview Questions here (186,000 notes).

truebluemeandyou:

15 Stories to have Ready for Your Interview Infographic by Liz Ryan. I found this at Lifehacker that has links to linkedin: "Your story is your brand" and other sites. You can also go there for a higher res illustration. Also check out How to Answer the Top 35 Asked Interview Questions here (186,000 notes).

pinkyqi:

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the original—>✿arashi-arafes13✿ | @PinKy_Woo [pixiv]http://www.pixiv.net/member_illust.php?mode=medium&illust_id=44816916 】thank

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sunflower-mama:

lesmemoirs:

blametherapistneverthevictim:

 

i’ve found my favourite 

WELL SHIT

sunflower-mama:

lesmemoirs:

blametherapistneverthevictim:

 

i’ve found my favourite 

WELL SHIT

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bunny-bear:

リーダーおめおめ

bunny-bear:

リーダーおめおめ

bunny-bear:

0724

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10fanni27:

Happy 43rd Birthday!!

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