- We’re incredibly proud of our partners’ creativity and have been constantly amazed by how well these creations can fit into our Dashboards.
- We’re incredibly excited to announce the launch of the new Tumblr app!
- Dialogue about these behaviors is incredibly important and online communities can be extraordinarily helpful to people struggling with these difficult conditions.
- Online dialogue about these acts and conditions is incredibly important; this prohibition is intended to reach only those blogs that cross the line into active promotion or glorification.
- We’re incredibly sorry and appreciate your patience with us tonight.
- Through their monthly events, the NY Tech Meetup has given countless startups support from an incredibly welcoming and encouraging community.
- So today we’re incredibly proud to launch our Polish translation, making Tumblr available in nine languages!
- Incredibly wealthy felines who stack cheese.
- We’re incredibly humbled and grateful for your empathy and generosity.
- An incredibly comprehensive guide to everything music at SXSW from a local, with band reviews and party fliers for the music portion of the festival.
- This year’s conference is going to be the best yet, and we’re incredibly happy to be able to take part.
- We’re incredibly confident in our ability to scale to serve all of the visitors to your awesome blogs.
- We hit an incredibly difficult problem with the way the Queue processes handle their publishing step that forced us to unwind and rewrite a big chunk of our publishing routine.
- We’re incredibly moved by the events happening across North Africa and the Middle East, especially the recent images, videos and commentary we’ve seen on Tumblr about Egypt.
- We want you to know that we’re still right in the thick of the most comprehensive re-architecting our infrastructure has ever been through, and while you might still hit some bugs or errors this month, our incredibly capable team is working 24/7 to keep your blogs fast and stable.
- But please always know that we truly care about your work as much as you do, and we have an incredibly capable team working incredibly hard to take good care of it.
- Heather Peterson gets to make incredibly cool stuff all day and get paid for it.
- And we’re incredibly honored that Time Out featured us in their lineup of the best places to work in New York City!
- Four new incredibly special themes have joined Tumblr’s Premium Theme Garden!
- But it does take advantage of Tumblr’s publishing tools to make it incredibly easy to build a portfolio.
- And finally, despite the mess, it’s incredibly tempting to jump into a huge pile of snow whilst yelling “Cowabunga, dudes!”
- Last week we had the honor of showcasing a few of the incredibly talented filmmakers on Tumblr.
- To deal with the overwhelming volume of content that makes most real-time search incredibly unwieldy, we’ve developed a clustering engine that lets you quickly filter the 650,000 new Tumblr posts created every day, based on likes and reblogs.
- Not only are these guys remarkable developers, they have an incredibly inspiring vision for building consumer products, and we couldn’t wait to start working with them on the next suite of Tumblr/iPhone features.
- The Tumblr team worked incredibly hard to pull this together.
frankie-roberto posted this list of items that, under EU law, cannot be described with these names if they’re not from the relevant area:
- Kentish ale
- Kentish strong ale
- Rutland bitter
- Cornish Pasty
- Beacon Fell traditional Lancashire
- Buxton Blue
- Dorset Blue
- Exmoor Blue
- Single Gloucester
- Staffordshire Cheese
- Blue Stilton
- White Stilton
- Swaledale cheese
- Swaledale ewes’ cheese
- Teviotdale cheese
- West Country Farmhouse Cheddar
- Gloucestershire cider
- Gloucestershire perry
- Herefordshire cider
- Herefordshire perry
- Worcestershire cider
- Worcestershire perry
- Cornish Clotted Cream
- Arbroath Smokie
- Whitstable Oysters
- Scottish farmed salmon
- Traditional Grimsby Smoked Fish
- Cornish Sardines
- Lough Neagh Eels
- Isle of Man Queenies
- Isle of Man Manx Loaghtan Lamb
- Orkney beef
- Orkney lamb
- Scotch beef
- Scotch lamb
- Shetland lamb
- Welsh beef
- Welsh lamb
- Jersey Royal Potatoes
- Yorkshire Forced Rhubarb
- New Season Comber Potatoes / Comber Earlies
- Armagh Bramley Apples
- Melton Mowbray Pork Pie
- Traditional Cumberland Sausage
- Newmarket Sausage
An eclectic list!
In many ways, I feel at home in San Francisco, but I still sometimes feel alienated among my friends and peers. Here are the ways in which I’m not A Real San Francisco Tech Dude:
- I am not skinny
- I can’t grow a beard
- I ride a bike with gears
- I ride Uber only if absolutely necessary
- I have more than 50 co-workers
- I am comfortable working with more than 50 co-workers
- I have worked at a job before my current one
- I have worked at a job that doesn’t offer free lunch
- I don’t have my Caps Lock key remapped to Control
- I don’t live in Mission Dolores, Duboce Triangle, Lower Haight, or Hayes Valley
- I don’t commute on the J-Church line
- I don’t find @KarlTheFog funny
- I don’t like the sandwiches at Ike’s Place
- I don’t care about brunch
- I don’t play video games
Maybe this just means I’m old.
Let’s see: I don’t feel skinny any more (hurrah HFCS), haven’t really tried to grow a beard, don’t even ride a bike, and never Uber unless someone I’m with calls them. I’ve worked at lots of places with no free lunch, and caps lock is still caps lock. I generally walk to BART rather than suffer the J Church (inbound anyway), and don’t care about Ike’s Place or play video games.
On the other hand, I’ve never really done well at a company with more than 50 people. I don’t follow Karl, but I’m mildly amused when people repost him. I do like Deliboard, and I definitely enjoy brunch.
Here’s another suggestion for a way I stick out: I don’t want to be an entrepreneur. (I still have to check how to spell it.)
A final point of agreement: SF definitely makes me feel old.
From the transcript of last Wednesday’s presidential debate:
- I like coal. I’m going to make sure we continue to burn clean coal.
- I like PBS. I love Big Bird. I actually like you [Mr Lehrer] too. But I’m not going to — I’m not going to keep on spending money on things to borrow money from China to pay for it. That’s number one.
- I like green energy as well, but [Obama’s tax breaks are] about 50 years’ worth of what oil and gas receives, and you say Exxon and Mobil — actually, this $2.8 billion goes largely to small companies, to drilling operators and so forth.
- I like the way we [introduced health care] in Massachusetts. I like the fact that in my state, we had Republicans and Democrats come together and work together.
Excerpts from Wikipedia’s (self-admittedly incomplete) list:
- Ontario: Queen Elizabeth II Rose Gardens Statue in honour of Her Majesty’s Silver Jubilee in 1977 and Golden Jubilee in 2002
- Saskatchewan: Statue of Queen Elizabeth II riding Burmese (horse) Regina, Saskatchewan
- Alberta: Queen Elizabeth II Planetarium, Edmonton
- England: Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, London
- England: Queen Elizabeth Hall, London
- England: Queen Elizabeth II Dock Eastham, Merseyside
- Fiji: Queen Elizabeth Barracks, Nabua
- Newfoundland and Labrador: Queen Elizabeth II Library, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John’s, Newfoundland
- Queensland: Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee Sports Centre, Brisbane (former)
- Saskatchewan: Queen Elizabeth Power Station, Regina
- South Africa: Princess Elizabeth Graving Dock, East London, Eastern Cape, South Africa
Hospitals and health:
- Alberta: Queen Elizabeth II Hospital, Grande Prairie
- England: Princess Elizabeth Orthopaedic Centre, Exeter
- Hong Kong: Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Hong Kong
- Prince Edward Island: Queen Elizabeth Hospital
- South Australia: Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Adelaide
Roads, highways, and bridges:
- Alberta: Princess Elizabeth Avenue, Edmonton
- Alberta: Queen Elizabeth II Highway, the portion of Alberta Highway 2 between Calgary and Edmonton
- Alberta: Queen Elizabeth Park Road, Edmonton
- Brazil: Queen Elizabeth Street or Rua Rainha Elizabeth, Manaus, Amazonas State
- British Virgin Islands: Queen Elizabeth II Bridge, between Beef Island and Tortola
- England: Golden Jubilee Bridge, London
- England: Queen Elizabeth II Bridge, A282 road, between Thurrock and Dartford
- England: Queen Elizabeth Bridge, A322 Windsor By-pass, Windsor
- England: Queen Elizabeth II Metro Bridge, Tyne and Wear Metro, between Newcastle upon Tyne andGateshead
- Norfolk Island: Queen Elizabeth Avenue, Norfolk Island
- Singapore: Queen Elizabeth II Walk, Singapore, to commemorate the Queen’s coronation in 1953
- England: Queen Elizabeth College, University of London, London
- England: Queen Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee School, West Sussex
- Isle of Man: Queen Elizabeth II High School, Peel, Isle of Man
- Mauritius: Queen Elizabeth College, Mauritius
- New Brunswick: Princess Elizabeth School Saint John, New Brunswick
- Quebec: École Primaire Princess Elizabeth, Ouest Magog, Québec
- Trinidad and Tobago: Princess Elizabeth Special School, Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago
(with thanks to diamondgeezer, after a discussion about this news story on the early day motion to rename the Clock Tower (incorrectly referred to as St Stephen’s Tower in the report) to the Elizabeth Tower)