April 24, 2014   8,339 notes

buzzfeed:

Finding a job sucks.

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April 24, 2014   31,340 notes

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April 21, 2014   666 notes
nevver:

Ideally

nevver:

Ideally

April 21, 2014   247,351 notes

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April 21, 2014   2,346 notes
nevver:

The Internet takes over the World

nevver:

The Internet takes over the World

April 21, 2014   207 notes
digg:

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digg:

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April 21, 2014   659 notes
thisistheverge:

Powdered alcohol may be coming to a liquor store near you
Putting a can of beer in a brown paper bag is about to look like child’s play. A new product that’s somehow been approved by US regulators makes booze as discreet as a packet of sugar. It’s called Palcohol, and it transforms a shot of vodka or rum into a pocketable pouch of powder. Tear it open, add some water, mix, and you’ve got hard liquor.

thisistheverge:

Powdered alcohol may be coming to a liquor store near you
Putting a can of beer in a brown paper bag is about to look like child’s play. A new product that’s somehow been approved by US regulators makes booze as discreet as a packet of sugar. It’s called Palcohol, and it transforms a shot of vodka or rum into a pocketable pouch of powder. Tear it open, add some water, mix, and you’ve got hard liquor.

April 21, 2014   336,924 notes

gayleaf:

you’re not allowed to wear a cotton t-shirt unless you’re a true fan! do you go to the fields and look at it? do you appreciate the agricultural implications of a gigantic cotton industry? do you understand the harvesting process? name 5 cotton harvesting machines. didn’t think so

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April 21, 2014   104 notes
fastcompany:

Author Brigid Schulte says companies should stop rewarding overworked employees and focus on productivity instead.


At one company, staying late at the office is actually viewed as a sign of inefficiency and can result in dismissal. “[This company says] if you cannot figure out how to do your job in 40 hours, we will fire you.”

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fastcompany:

Author Brigid Schulte says companies should stop rewarding overworked employees and focus on productivity instead.

At one company, staying late at the office is actually viewed as a sign of inefficiency and can result in dismissal. “[This company says] if you cannot figure out how to do your job in 40 hours, we will fire you.”

Read More>

April 21, 2014   46,085 notes

Highest grossing franchise in domestic history. 

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