Everyone, I’m elated to tell you that Tumblr will be joining Yahoo.
Before touching on how awesome this is, let me try to allay any concerns: We’re not turning purple. Our headquarters isn’t moving. Our team isn’t changing. Our roadmap isn’t changing. And our mission – to empower creators to…
Tumblr has actually shut down some popular sites as it has shifted its focus from users to advertisers
But not all graduation speeches are created equal: Here are some of history’s most timelessly uplifting and thought-provoking speakers: Greil Marcus, Ann Patchett, Jacqueline Novogratz, Neil Gaiman, David Foster Wallace, Ellen DeGeneres, Aaron Sorkin, Barack Obama, Ray Bradbury, J. K. Rowling, Steve Jobs, Robert Krulwich, Meryl Streep, and Jeff Bezos.
Here’s a quick shout-out to all of the fantastic new artnet Galleries members!
1. Annet Gelink Gallery—Amsterdam, The Netherlands
2. Art Virus Ltd.—Frankfurt am Main, Germany
3. DeLuca Gallery—Madison, NJ, USA
4. Freight + Volume—New York, NY, USA
5. Hosfelt Gallery—San Francisco, CA, USA
6. Galerie Louis Carré & Cie—Paris, France
7. Progetti—Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
8. PUG—Oslo, Norway
9. The Residence Gallery—London, UK
10. Robert Tat Gallery—San Francisco, CA, USA
11. SHP Contemporary Fine Art—New York, NY, USA
Pictured: David Bailey, Michael Caine, courtesy of SHP Contemporary Fine Art
From the history of how coffee changed the world, early foreign and American coffee-making devices, 1922:
1—English adaptation of French boiler. 2—English coffee biggin. 3—Improved Rumford percolator. 4—Jones’s exterior-tube percolator. 5—Parker’s steam-fountain coffee maker. 6—Platow’s filterer. 7—Brain’s Vacuum, or pneumatic filter. 8—Beart’s percolator. 9—American coffee biggin. 10—cloth-bag drip pot. 11—Vienna coffee pot. 12—Le Brun’s cafetière. 13—Reversible Potsdam cafetière. 14, 15—Gen. Hutchinson’s percolator and urn. 16—Etruscan biggin.