1. autopagerize - ‘Next page’ links become a thing of the past; pages load automatically as you scroll down. A lifesaver for viewing your dashboard feed, or any tumblr site. Also works on any site with pagination (i.e. Google)
2. TumblrLoginS - Perma-login and instant switching between multiple accounts. Reload your browser after installing this script. The setup screen will pop up. Insert usernames/passwords/titles for all your tumblr acounts. The plugin sits at the top-left of your browser window on all sites except gmail. Left click to select an account to activate.
3. tombloo - The best reblog plugin, covers all media types on several services. Setup is very straightforward if you’re used to working with Firefox plugins.
Warning: The last two are of Japanese design, and as far as I know haven’t been covered in the English-speaking tumblr community yet. As such, you’ll have to deal with a lack of English documentation. I’ve done my best in this post to get your started using them.
Bonus: Finding your tumblfeed a bit lacking? Nothing to reblog? Check out the tumblr Mosiac viewer for some fresh content related to your own. Another great Japanese tumblr API innovation. Insert your tumblr username in the box under “GAIN ID” to get started.
The big-box aesthetic does not immediately lend itself to any other use. The buildings are often upward of 150,000 square feet. There simply aren’t many enterprises that need that much space, and because the buildings are built for a single-use purpose, it’s not so easy to break them up into smaller units. Yet all over the country, resourceful communities are finding ways to reuse these buildings, turning them into flea markets, museums, schools—even churches.
Academic teams! I was the captain of the History, English, and Art History teams! So yes, I would say this is true as I am still a pompous nerd.
Mock Trial and Thesbians. Damnit.
Band and, get this, Future Homemakers of America.
In my defense, my school had 120 people in it and unless you played sports or showed livestock (not even kidding) band and homemaking were pretty much your only alternatives. Of the above listed activities, my school only offered one of them. Hooray for going to a tiny high school?
“I don’t know who you work for, where or why. I have no idea what you are dealing with, when it comes to the limitations or opportunities you have or need. I know a lot of you are scared right now, and your prospects seem dark. I don’t have an individual answer for each of your problems, but I may have a solution for companies that feel they have run out of ideas and suggestions. If a company has been mismanaged, and has lost touch with it’s consumers, and has a real concern for being able to survive and prosper, I can show you a company that has lost touch with it’s work force and it’s public getting there. It’s time for you to stop telling people what to do, and turn the tables. If you’re at the top, give your company the money and get out of the way, you blew it. That won’t turn things upside down, it will turn things right side up. Buzz word hypnosis and marketing catch phrases won’t work for you any more. Let the truth come out, and find yourself responsible. Then ask your people for the answer. Take personal responsibility for every challenge wherever you are.”—Letter to a Young Engineer (from a purported Honda employee) - Boing Boing Gadgets
“Apparently a lucky few Gmail users had a “Themes” tab pop up under settings. No longer do you have to suffer through the boring-if-functional standard Gmail interface for the 16 hours a day that you keep the page loaded. Try “Ninja” instead.”—