SneakerCon: NYC 2014

Mobbin’ today @sneakercon with @manuallfocus and @maxg718. #sneakerheads #deadstock #sneakercon #elitedaily  (at Sneakercon New York)

Mobbin’ today @sneakercon with @manuallfocus and @maxg718. #sneakerheads #deadstock #sneakercon #elitedaily (at Sneakercon New York)

sunday chillin, #dc chillin. 😎 @fhtmgdc

sunday chillin, #dc chillin. 😎 @fhtmgdc

Flexin on the 4th with @audi. 🇺🇸 #audia3

Flexin on the 4th with @audi. 🇺🇸 #audia3


The photo series ‘Per Color’ reveals the intentional design of supermarkets, where  colorful packaging lures us to products which we’ve lost every natural relation to.

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Scientists at Facebook have published a paper showing that they manipulated the content seen by more than 600,000 users in an attempt to determine whether this would affect their emotional state. The paper, “Experimental evidence of massive-scale emotional contagion through social networks,” was published in The Proceedings Of The National Academy Of Sciences. It shows how Facebook data scientists tweaked the algorithm that determines which posts appear on users’ news feeds—specifically, researchers skewed the number of positive or negative terms seen by randomly selected users. Facebook then analyzed the future postings of those users over the course of a week to see if people responded with increased positivity or negativity of their own, thus answering the question of whether emotional states can be transmitted across a social network. Result: They can! Which is great news for Facebook data scientists hoping to prove a point about modern psychology. It’s less great for the people having their emotions secretly manipulated


gallo by terry richardson 


gallo by terry richardson 

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The hours between 12am and 6am
have a funny habit of making you feel
like you’re either on top of the world,
or under it.

— Beau Taplin || the hours between. (via godmoves)

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In a two-part New York Times piece, columnist David Brooks offers 10 of his favorite books as a summer reading list:

  1. A Collection of Essays by George Orwell
  2. Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy
  3. Rationalism in Politics by Michael Oakeshott
  4. All the King’s Men by Robert Penn Warren

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You get a lot of the hype cycle here on the West Coast. It’s cool to be part of a company where the results speak for themselves.