oceanmaster:

missing-e:

dxinteractive:

Introducing Tumble Tree! ~ Check out this thing I made that lets you see how posts are reblogged across Tumblr. It works on the dashboard or on most permalink pages, and you can sproing the branches around, filter notes by comments, save the tree as a picture blah blah blah. I’ve been using and testing it for the last couple of weeks and it’s pretty handy.

Go to tumble-tree.tumblr.com to try it out and install it. I guarantee you probably won’t die!

P.S. Yes this is why I haven’t posted much in the last couple of weeks.

Neat!

Super cool way of visualizing this.

Also holy heck, A+ for getting this into such a smooth GIF.

posted on August 20, 2012 from oceanmaster (originally dxinteractive) with 12,083 notes
#tumblr #internet


unconsumption:

poptech:

New York starts turning payphones into free Wi-fi hotspots

The hotspots are initially coming to ten payphones in three of the boroughs and will be open to the public to access for free. You can see a list of sites here. Users just agree to the terms, visit the city’s tourism website and then they’re up and running. Currently, there are no ads on the service, but there could be in the future.

The effort is part of the city’s larger goal of providing more digital inclusion for residents. And it’s also aimed at helping figure out the future of the city’s payphones, which are a source of complaints from many residents because they attract crime or are just plain ugly.

The payphones have been outfitted with “military grade” antennas, that provide service up to 300 feet away. The $2,000 installation is being provided for free by Van Wagner Communications, which owns many of the city’s payphones. The plan is to eventually spread the Wi-Fi hotspots to more of the city’s 13,000 payphones with the maintenance and ongoing costs paid by the payphone companies.

We’ve come across obsolete phone booths turned into community book-swapping spots, bars, art venues, EV charging stations, and now, in New York City, free Wi-fi hotspots — excellent!

A couple of years ago, there was talk in China of converting many of that country’s unused phone booths into Wi-fi spots. Mentioned here.

posted on July 15, 2012 from unconsumption (originally poptech) with 815 notes
#tech #technology #internet #NYC #telephone #phone booth #phone booths #repurposed


caseylalonde:

oceanmaster:

sammneiland:

comrade-ringo:

diacrit:

leisures:

godawfulhideous:

tardisboner:

WHAT IS THIS SORCERY.

jesus FUCK

fuck noOOoNONFD

i don’t get it i don’t see a source

is that the joke

OH GOD

DEVIL.

WHO PUT THE DEVIL ON MY TUMBLR.

Ohhhohoh, this is juicy. Don’t expect this to work for too long, though. It’s a HUGE oversight in Tumblr’s coding.

Also it doesn’t seem to work too well in Firefox BUT I SEE IT.

THIS IS WONDERFUL. Tumblr please make this a permanent feature *good for business*

Now roll your mouse over the other posts on your dashboard!

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posted on October 10, 2011 from caseylalonde (originally fraxtil) with 48,296 notes
#tumblr #css3 #internet #web 2.0


Was just watching a bunch of DBZ movies earlier today, too.