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The mind is everything; what you think, you become.

The mind is everything; what you think, you become.

(Source: jujuwanderer)

youngcontrarian:

#readyforhillary

Quite a BBC interview with Hillary Clinton.

pbsnature:

Lunch time! (via “Fabulous Frogs” on PBS:  http://to.pbs.org/1s62eOW)

pbsnature:

Lunch time! (via “Fabulous Frogs” on PBS:  http://to.pbs.org/1s62eOW)

I want to be around poeple who do things. I don’t want to be around people who judge or talk about what other people do. -Amy Poehler

I want to be around poeple who do things. I don’t want to be around people who judge or talk about what other people do. -Amy Poehler

(Source: instagram.com, via nevver)

inothernews:

20 years later, Dilbert still rings true.

inothernews:

20 years later, Dilbert still rings true.

brucesterling:

*An alliance between AT&T and Uber.  That’s interesting.  Sinister, because they’re both widely feared and despised organizations, but interesting.  
http://gigaom.com/2014/05/28/uber-gets-cozy-with-att-using-its-network-and-preloading-its-app-on-android-phones/
"Typically we look at preloaded apps on our smartphones as carrier bloatware to be deleted or minimized, but a lot of people will have second thoughts about removing AT&T’s newest promoted app from their handsets. Starting this summer, Uber will come preloaded on all new Android phones sold by AT&T.
"That isn’t the extent of Uber’s new relationship with Ma Bell, Uber co-founder and CEO Travis Kalankick said at the Code Conference in LA. Uber is moving its own drivers onto AT&T’s voice and data networks. The iPhones Uber distributes to all of its contractors will be configured for AT&T, which, according to Uber’s blog, will give it the coverage it needs to expand beyond its current urban city focus into the far flung corners of the U.S.:

Uber’s goal is to make sure that anyone can open the Uber app anywhere and be able to connect with a safe, reliable and seamless ride through the Uber app. We are marching toward UberEVERYWHERE, and to do it, we are moving beyond expansion to individual cities and simply toward coverage, maximizing the reach of the Uber network. Today, the Uber platform serves over 137,000,000 Americans (43% of the population in just 4 years) and AT&T will help power UberEVERYWHERE and our continued expansion.

"AT&T lately has been delving deep into the connected car lately powering the 3G and 4G connections linking Tesla, GM, Audi and many other automakers’ new infotainment and telematics systems. In many ways the deal with Uber is an extension of that strategy. Most of the Uber fleet may be unconnected but the drivers in them certainly are….”

brucesterling:

*An alliance between AT&T and Uber.  That’s interesting.  Sinister, because they’re both widely feared and despised organizations, but interesting.  

http://gigaom.com/2014/05/28/uber-gets-cozy-with-att-using-its-network-and-preloading-its-app-on-android-phones/

"Typically we look at preloaded apps on our smartphones as carrier bloatware to be deleted or minimized, but a lot of people will have second thoughts about removing AT&T’s newest promoted app from their handsets. Starting this summer, Uber will come preloaded on all new Android phones sold by AT&T.

"That isn’t the extent of Uber’s new relationship with Ma Bell, Uber co-founder and CEO Travis Kalankick said at the Code Conference in LA. Uber is moving its own drivers onto AT&T’s voice and data networks. The iPhones Uber distributes to all of its contractors will be configured for AT&T, which, according to Uber’s blog, will give it the coverage it needs to expand beyond its current urban city focus into the far flung corners of the U.S.:

Uber’s goal is to make sure that anyone can open the Uber app anywhere and be able to connect with a safe, reliable and seamless ride through the Uber app. We are marching toward UberEVERYWHERE, and to do it, we are moving beyond expansion to individual cities and simply toward coverage, maximizing the reach of the Uber network. Today, the Uber platform serves over 137,000,000 Americans (43% of the population in just 4 years) and AT&T will help power UberEVERYWHERE and our continued expansion.

"AT&T lately has been delving deep into the connected car lately powering the 3G and 4G connections linking TeslaGMAudi and many other automakers’ new infotainment and telematics systems. In many ways the deal with Uber is an extension of that strategy. Most of the Uber fleet may be unconnected but the drivers in them certainly are….”

(via emergentfutures)