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photojojo:

Meet our pal Tony!
By day he works at Google making Chrome. But for the past few weeks he’s been volunteering at Photojojo HQ to help make our mobile store faster.
Yesterday was his last day, and he left all you a little surprise.
Visit the Photojojo Store on your iPhone and when it’s done loading, shake your phone to see what we mean. ;-)
Thanks, Tony! <3

photojojo:

Meet our pal Tony!

By day he works at Google making Chrome. But for the past few weeks he’s been volunteering at Photojojo HQ to help make our mobile store faster.

Yesterday was his last day, and he left all you a little surprise.

Visit the Photojojo Store on your iPhone and when it’s done loading, shake your phone to see what we mean. ;-)

Thanks, Tony! <3

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Now, as the popularity of home computers has surged beyond a technologically oriented minority, the range of travel services has widened dramatically, the cost has plummeted and the services have become far easier to use. With the rapid pace of change expected to continue, these services are evolving from computer toys to practical tools.

PRACTICAL TRAVELER; Booking Trips By Computer - New York Times

guys, THE FUTURE IS HERE.

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i&#8217;ve been obsessed with these masks lately. maybe it&#8217;s a renewed commitment to my skincare regimen; maybe it&#8217;s my impending 29th birthday, maybe it&#8217;s some subconscious concern about someday looking like tony&#8217;s much older wife since he seems incapable of ever aging. there&#8217;s a huge selection available at ichibankan in japantown, around $1-$2 each.

(via banzailiving.com)

i’ve been obsessed with these masks lately. maybe it’s a renewed commitment to my skincare regimen; maybe it’s my impending 29th birthday, maybe it’s some subconscious concern about someday looking like tony’s much older wife since he seems incapable of ever aging. there’s a huge selection available at ichibankan in japantown, around $1-$2 each.