jessica-bones-winchester:

whyamistillalivetoday:

amandaklmnop:

amandaklmnop:

amandaklmnop:

whystayherewhen-angelscallmyname:

kaelynandlucylover:

Don’t think it will ever happen, but it’s worth a shot😔😢😭

The first time I reblogged this it had 154 notes… I am so proud of everyone on tumblr for helping with this and I know we can get it to over 5000! 💝💝💝💝

Let’s keep this going 💜💚

This is almost there!! Only one month left

Only a few more days, this only needs a few thousands more notes, PLEASE share this to help someone 😊

Help me please😭

Reblog people. Show this person that people care!

AWESOME!! Tumblr people are the best fo making this happen!

jessica-bones-winchester:

whyamistillalivetoday:

amandaklmnop:

amandaklmnop:

amandaklmnop:

whystayherewhen-angelscallmyname:

kaelynandlucylover:

Don’t think it will ever happen, but it’s worth a shot😔😢😭

The first time I reblogged this it had 154 notes… I am so proud of everyone on tumblr for helping with this and I know we can get it to over 5000! 💝💝💝💝

Let’s keep this going 💜💚

This is almost there!! Only one month left

Only a few more days, this only needs a few thousands more notes, PLEASE share this to help someone 😊

Help me please😭

Reblog people. Show this person that people care!

bigenderbeatnik:

unwrapping:

Tumblr users are…

  • 50% more likely to go to a political rally
  • 2.2 times more likely to advise others on current events and politics
  • 108% more likely to be registered to vote

I remixed this slide from a presentation by Tumblr’s Liba Rubenstein (libawr).

Sources: TED Open Conversation (one-hour video) on May 28, 2014, data from comScore and photo by James Cridland.

But it’s all just slacktivism right? 

justbeingseriouslysocial:

Tumblr Launches Reblorg to Highlight ‘Original Creative Work’ »

And as every “media network” knows, readers want see original content, which Mashable says is not something Tumblr has traditionally been known for. To demonstrate otherwise, Tumblr’s editorial department launched a new site called Reblorg yesterday, a play on the “reblog” button. The company is billing the site as “Tumblr’s hub for original creative work,” which includes, “video, animation, GIFs, glitches, music, paintings, challenge posts, contests, games, tech toys, collage, haiku, limericks, and kabuki coding.” Users can submit posts by tagging them #reblorg.

Our submission rules are simple: you must have made it, and it must be new.

So, this is why this new tumblog makes news…

Unattributed sharing doesn’t irritate me at all. I think part of the unspoken agreement you have when uploading a GIF anywhere on the Internet is that it’s no longer yours — it’s part of the great big community pool we all visit when wanting to express how we’re feeling in the way nature intended: on a loop.
The great Bobby Finger, in Anna Friedman’s nice Poynter piece, “What journalists need to know about animated GIFs.” (via markcoatney)

justbeingseriouslysocial:

PRESENTING: Hey Girl, it’s John Roberts!

In 2010, less than three in 10 Americans knew who John Roberts was. Today, Roberts has become the talk of Washington with his surprise ruling in the Supreme Court’s upholding of the Affordable Care Act. […] With Roberts’ popularity soaring, there was only one thing we could do: Meme-ify him. Obviously, we went according to the mold of Ryan Gosling

Though unlike Ryan Gosling, “Hey Girl, It’s John Roberts!” memes are yet not taste the Tumblr popularity.

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