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On the anniversary of his death, the internet remembers Aaron.
One year ago, we lost Aaron Swartz, a dear friend and a leader in the fight for a free and open Internet. - Parker Higgins, EFF
Aaron Swartz, Brilliant Technologist and Transparency Activist - Trevor Timm, Freedom of Press Foundation
One-Year Later: In Remembrance of Aaron Swartz - ThoughtWorks
Aaron Swartz’s Tragic Battle With Copyright - Leandro Oliva and Adam Clark Estes, Motherboard
One Year Later, Web Legends Honor Aaron Swartz - Angela Watercutter, Wired
Remembering Aaron Swartz - Cory Doctorow, BoingBoing
Remember Aaron Swartz: Gone, But Never Forgotten
MIT website hacked by Anonymous on anniversary of Aaron Swartz suicide - Violet Blue, Zero Day
Fix The CFAA
Add a TheDayWeFightBack.org  Twibbon to your avi.

Rip aaron
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cat doesn’t want to get out of nice warm bath [x]

this cat feels me.

Oh no onsen kitten is back on my dash

Oh no I have to reblog it

Oh nooooooooooooo

oh yes, annie. oh yes.

oh my god i still feel terrible but this helps some

this poor dumb baby

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"From the beginning, the very nature of our current social system has contained the mechanisms to trigger such a phenomenon."

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Did Gollum have a vitamin D deficiency? In the Medical Journal of Australia, Joseph A. Hopkinson and Nicholas S. Hopkinson posit that the Lord of the Rings saga could’ve been prevented had the inhabitants of Middle Earth just gotten a little more sunlight. “Systematic textual analysis of The Hobbit supports our initial hypothesis that the triumph of good over evil may be assisted to some extent by the poor diet and lack of sunlight experienced by the evil characters.”

Science Bitches!

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PS. NSA This is a movie..a great movie. 

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Video Game Logic (3)

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people romanticize growing up in the 90s but we had our struggles 


people romanticize growing up in the 90s but we had our struggles 

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Several stars who were virtually unknown in Love Actually later became badasses

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The 'Fast & Furious' Franchise Will 'Retire' Paul Walker's Character 


The same day the final coroner’s report on actor Paul Walker’s death emerged, The Hollywood Reporter's Matthew Belloni reported that the actor’s character in the Fast & Furious franchise will not die in the upcoming film.

Sources explained to Belloni that Universal will “retire” the character after Fast & Furious 7, the installment Walker was in the middle of shooting when he died in a car crash in November. The car crash was not connected to the movie. The film, which was due out this year, was pushed back to 2015According to Belloni, after Walker’s death, director James Wan, writer Chris Morgan, and Universal executive Jeffrey Kirschenbaum devised a way to use the footage Walker shot but write him out of the franchise. Belloni’s report answers some of the lingering questions about how the franchise will handle the loss of Walker. It’s a solution that ultimately honors the work Walker did on the franchise, without making the upcoming film a morbid reminder of the actor’s untimely death, which happened to have occurred in a manner eerily related to the franchise’s M.O. As James Hibberd wrote at Entertainment Weekly last month: “Regardless of exactly how the accident happened, here’s the question: Can you watch Fast & Furious racing, the core action in this six-films-and-counting franchise, and still enjoy it the same way as before — as a deliriously goofy thrill ride?” 

This news comes alongside the coroner’s report that revealed the car in which Walker was a passenger when he died was going over 100 miles per hour. Per the report, via THR, the driver Roger Rodas lost control for “unknown reasons.”

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Muhammad Ali on the Vietnam War Draft

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Damn..now that is beautiful!

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Yes. He. DID!

What I wouldn’t give for just one more person with the character and fortitude of George Washington.



Yes. He. DID!

What I wouldn’t give for just one more person with the character and fortitude of George Washington.

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