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Exclamation: Yahoo! Takes Over Times Square →

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By Jackie Reses, Chief Development Officer

I am so pleased to share that our New York City-based Yahoo! team will soon move into an incredible, four-story space just around the corner from Times Square. It’s thrilling for us – and really an important sign of the new direction of Yahoo! –…

cosasqueveo:

a dirty shame… venezuela running out out of toilet paper… consumers hunting fot str???

cosasqueveo:

a dirty shame… venezuela running out out of toilet paper… consumers hunting fot str???

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fascinating … 

 Getty photo from the GWB Library event - via @AlexJamesFitz

Getty photo from the GWB Library event - via @AlexJamesFitz

anthonyfredaart:

We Never Close
by Anthony Freda

anthonyfredaart:

We Never Close

by Anthony Freda

nprfreshair:


Sebastian Junger on the trauma of losing his friend and collaborator, Tim Hetherington:

Within an hour I decided not to cover combat again. I didn’t want to risk traumatizing everyone I loved by getting killed myself. I mean, you go to war, you think you’re gambling with your own life and then I realized that what you’re really doing  is gambling with everyone else’s lives, everyone who cares about you. You’re dead. You don’t matter. It’s over. It’s everyone else who has to deal with it. I hadn’t really gotten that either and, when Tim died, I did and I also just ran headlong into the central tragedy of war which is that good people get killed and I sort of didn’t want anything to do with it anymore.

Image of Tim Hetherington in Afghanistan courtesy of Norget

nprfreshair:

Sebastian Junger on the trauma of losing his friend and collaborator, Tim Hetherington:

Within an hour I decided not to cover combat again. I didn’t want to risk traumatizing everyone I loved by getting killed myself. I mean, you go to war, you think you’re gambling with your own life and then I realized that what you’re really doing  is gambling with everyone else’s lives, everyone who cares about you. You’re dead. You don’t matter. It’s over. It’s everyone else who has to deal with it. I hadn’t really gotten that either and, when Tim died, I did and I also just ran headlong into the central tragedy of war which is that good people get killed and I sort of didn’t want anything to do with it anymore.

Image of Tim Hetherington in Afghanistan courtesy of Norget


shortformblog:

Surveillance video of the suspects in the Boston Marathon bombings, released by the FBI. Anyone recognize these people? (ht @AntDeRosa)