kevinnuut asked: What good is all that VC startup money if you aren't going to spend a little on some double spacing and interrobangs?
tylercoates: kevinnuut: This is really only a recent mindset to adopt a standard of a single space sizes for a full stop and it seems rather rude of you to speak on behalf of every editor ever since before 1950 most publications had a much wider spacing. From the 18th century on, the printing standard required an em-space after a period and one could easily argue that the em-space is wide...
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You Should Say Why You Like Things
bmichael: I’m no expert, but I believe you should say why you like things. Now, like I said, I don’t exactly know what I’m talking about here, but it makes sense to me for people to explain or at least describe why they like certain things. Otherwise, life becomes a neverending unPinteresting slideshow of flag planting and aesthetic curation. Life turns into the cultural apocalypse that...
maximilienwolfgang asked: I would just like to thank you for storyboard. When I heard about it I was in two minds — it could either be really good, or kinda lame. I am so happy that it's the former. Truly, a massive congratulations. Everything on their is just so interesting. And it's super pretty to look at. That is all, no question, sadly. Peace, Max.
Stories of Tumblr
photomelissa: Last night I attended Tumblr’s Storyboard party in Brooklyn, where local Tumblrs enjoyed drinks & stories stories from Topherchris, Asie, Ruby, & Tommy, hosted by Jess. As I sat with my group of friends, all of whom I met through the platform, I realized I should have submitted my own Tumblr story, since it’s because of Tumblr that I have new friends, a business, & a...
sallycurry asked: What is the theme you use for Storyboard? I like the way you use more of the page. Can I use the same layout?
artisticfreefall-deactivated201 asked: Is storyboard going to be predominately an American window to American artist, or are there going to be opportunities to display other work from around the globe?
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storyboard: Things We Saw from His Cab Ever wonder what sorts of craziness a New York City cab driver sees during an 24-hour weekend shift? We went on a ridealong with Things I See From My Cab to find out for ourselves. Check it!
wnyc: It’s simply called “the morgue.” It is a cramped basement annex, stacked high with metal filing cabinets, full of three-fourths of a million pounds of old newspaper clippings and photos, going back 160 years. Welcome to the most extensive archives repository of the most respected newspaper in the world. This story was written and produced by Tumblr in partnership with WNYC. Check out...
storyboard: Welcome to Storyboard An introduction to Tumblr’s new home for community features.