A Message to TPM Readers,

This morning TPM published an article on the ‘hacktivist’ group ‘Anonymous’ which included mugshots of 14 accused members of the group which TPM obtained through a federal FOIA request. For six years the TPMMuckraker section of our site has chronicled public…


Even worse than a friendzone


Even worse than a friendzone


You did it.

As of October 25th (my birthday), Uncharted Books officially met its $10,000 Kickstarter goal. It took about 7 days, 200 backers, and an astonishing amount of support from the community. Retweets/reblogs from Neil Gaiman, Wil Wheaton, and Superchunk didn’t hurt either.


Advertise on Dribbble in April


April 1st is just around the corner and we have some limited space still available for advertising. Our traffic and community continue to grow (12M+ impressions served last month) and with prices starting at $295 for a monthly spot, it’s a fantastic way to promote your business to our vibrant creative community. Visit dribbble.com/site/advertise or contact [at] dribbble dot com for more info.


Here’s a sneak peak into an infographic on Mashable all about Tumblr’s meteoric growth.
And thanks, Tumblr Staff- we think it’s pretty neat too!


Here’s a sneak peak into an infographic on Mashable all about Tumblr’s meteoric growth.

And thanks, Tumblr Staff- we think it’s pretty neat too!

America’s First Bible Written in Indian Language


confused indians watching pilgrim guy

Well that was a waste of ink!!! They probably can’t even read their own language!

John Eliot, a Puritan missionary to the Indians, translated the New Testament so the Indians could be saved. It is now the first published Bible in America. It’s rumored the Old Testament will be published within the next couples years. 

You know what they say — you can’t teach an old Indian new religion.


“Coach Dave” Crenshaw has dedicated his life to using sports to empower women. At TEDxHunterCCS, he discusses how his Alma mater opened his eyes to the important relationship between athletics, empowering women, and building community — and how he used these lessons to help heal a neighborhood at…

Letter from Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook CEO, in social network’s IPO filing


Facebook was not originally created to be a company. It was built to accomplish a social mission — to make the world more open and connected.
We think it’s important that everyone who invests in Facebook understands what this mission means to us, how we make decisions and why we do the things we do. I will try to outline our approach in this letter.
At Facebook, we’re inspired by technologies that have revolutionized how people spread and consume information. We often talk about inventions like the printing press and the television — by simply making communication more efficient, they led to a complete transformation of many important parts of society. They gave more people a voice. They encouraged progress. They changed the way society was organized. They brought us closer together.
Today, our society has reached another tipping point. We live at a moment when the majority of people in the world have access to the internet or mobile phones — the raw tools necessary to start sharing what they’re thinking, feeling and doing with whomever they want. Facebook aspires to build the services that give people the power to share and help them once again transform many of our core institutions and industries.
There is a huge need and a huge opportunity to get everyone in the world connected, to give everyone a voice and to help transform society for the future. The scale of the technology and infrastructure that must be built is unprecedented, and we believe this is the most important problem we can focus on.

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One of the few things Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich agree on is that President Obama is turning America into “European-style welfare culture.”

In his standard stump speech Romney charges Obama with creating a nation of dependents. “Over the past three years Barack Obama has been replacing our…



Above: SPRAYPAINT as painted by Hektor installed at the Utrecht Manifest Biennal for Social Design, 2011.

It’s so fun when wishes come true. Thanks to Jürg Lehni and Hektor for making this one happen.