40 is the new 65
40 is the new 65
Hot Nail Colors for August | Venus Evolved
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(via Veronica Mars Saved My Life | Venus Evolved)
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The season of reading at the Regal Beagle has arrived, and all is well in the world.  Happy Easter!
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modcloth:

Blogger keiko lynn offers up makeup tips for girls who wear glasses.
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photojojo:

What did Polaroid find when they looked into our digital-analog-loving soul? 
The Polaroid Z2300. 
It shoots digital photos at 10MP, and instantly prints them straight from the camera. The instant prints come with sticky backs, so you can stick your photos in your notebook or on your BFF’s FACE. 
The Polaroid Z2300 - a Digital Instant Cam for Sticky-Back Prints!

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photojojo:

What did Polaroid find when they looked into our digital-analog-loving soul? 
The Polaroid Z2300. 
It shoots digital photos at 10MP, and instantly prints them straight from the camera. The instant prints come with sticky backs, so you can stick your photos in your notebook or on your BFF’s FACE. 
The Polaroid Z2300 - a Digital Instant Cam for Sticky-Back Prints!

Retro
photojojo:

What did Polaroid find when they looked into our digital-analog-loving soul? 
The Polaroid Z2300. 
It shoots digital photos at 10MP, and instantly prints them straight from the camera. The instant prints come with sticky backs, so you can stick your photos in your notebook or on your BFF’s FACE. 
The Polaroid Z2300 - a Digital Instant Cam for Sticky-Back Prints!

Retro
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theatlantic:

Time named TheAtlantic.com as one of the 50 best websites of 2012!
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fastcompany:

What Would We Do If The Internet Crashed?
There’s no Plan B for what to do if the entire Net goes down. We should totally get on that.
In a recent TED talk, Danny Hillis, who just so happens to be the third person ever to register a domain name on the Internet and was around during its formative early days, pointed out something that may surprise you: If the Internet was taken out by a virus, an accident, or a deliberate, concentrated attack, we have no “plan B.” And because so many surprising services and systems rely on the Net today, much of what makes our society work could simply cease functioning…
Here’s the full story.
What would you do? 
[Image: Flickr user noii]

Hmm.
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Love this.
Love this.
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modcloth:

Red and pink might just be the perfect pairing. (via Fancy Treehouse)

SPRING!
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nprfreshair:

Journalist Aaron Glantz tells Terry Gross about the backlog of benefits-related paperwork at offices for the Department of Veterans Affairs:

If you go into any VA office you’ll see stacks and stacks of paper, giant manila envelopes going up to the ceiling sometimes into the hallways. The VA inspector general reported that at the office in Winston-Salem, N.C. there was literally so much paperwork in the office that it was inhibiting the structural integrity of the building. The frustrating thing is President Obama and the VA repeatedly say that they’re solving this problem and they’ve spent … half a billion dollars so far to launch this computer system, but then when you look at the reality on the ground you see that it has only been deployed to fewer than half of the offices … and that in those offices a very small number of claims are actually in the computer system. It’s full of bugs. There have been a lot of problems and the agency has not really been able to get it off the ground in a way that it can make a meaningful difference for veterans.

image via juvencioroldan

I heard 10 minutes of this on my drive home.  This is my reminder to go back and listen to the full thing.  I had a few students who “lost” GI Bill benefits for school because they started school close to the expiration date and they couldn’t get the VA to even reply to phone calls.