1. fixed Fixed, the clever mobile application that helps you fight your parking tickets just by snapping a photo of the ticket with your mobile phone, has now closed on $1.2 million in seed funding. Investors in the round include Y Combinator, Merus Capital, Scott Banister, John Cobbs, Mark Randolph, Matt Humphries, Eric Wu and David King. Headquartered in San Francisco, which also serves as its… Read More

    via TechCrunch

  2. Selfies App Automattic A couple of days ago, an acquaintance on Twitter pointed out the website for Selfies, a new social app from Automattic, best known as the company behind WordPress. I found it odd that the app was out in the wild and hadn’t received any press coverage, but according to the site’s FAQ, that was the point: to see what would happen if they just put it out there. Read More

    via TechCrunch

  3. In a decision that could impact not just the fast food business, but all chain retailers that use the franchisee model, the National Labor Relations Board Office of the General Counsel announced today that McDonald’s can possibly be held responsible for franchisees’ bad labor practices.

    McDonald’s and many other franchised businesses have long used that corporate/franchisee arrangement to distance the … [More]

    via Consumerist

  4. Tacos are the heartbeat of Los Angeles’ culinary scene. Upscale chefs sling braised meats and fresh tortillas alongside uni and imported mezcal, while daily loncheros keep the city fed with $1 late-night tacos from the same trusty location. From… via Eater LA


  5. mensfashionworld:

    Nelly Summer 2014


  6. Nearly a year ago we reported on changes at the United States Postal Service (USPS) that involved renaming some of its services and the introduction of a freshly-designed set of boxes, envelopes, and tubes that were received with a modestly encouraging response. More interesting than… via Brand New


  7. Governing trademark body IP Australia has denied BP to trademark Pantone 348C green as its own…. via Brand New


  8. zillow-earnings Zillow is going to acquire Trulia in a deal worth $3.5 billion in stock, according to the company. The combination of these two real estate tech companies should secure Zillow’s position as a market leader in the U.S., with Trulia CEO Pete Flint staying on in his role but reporting to Zillow CEO Spencer Rascoff. Flint and one other board member from Trulia will join the new combined board… Read More

    via TechCrunch

  9. Messenger Over the next few days, Facebook will stop allowing messaging in its main iPhone and Android apps, and force all their users around the world to download its standalone Messenger app. Facebook first started forcing users in Europe to use Messenger back in April, but after seeing “positive results” in terms of engagement, its rolling out the plan to the everyone. Facebook tells… Read More

    via TechCrunch

  10. Such a creepy tune, but a damn good cover! Thanks #milkmusic #mondayjam


  11. I feel like a character in the Hunger Games capital.


  12. #silverhair #silverhairdontcare #silverfox #thebeardedhomo


  13. #brunchies part II. Eggs Benedict and cinnamon brioche French toast. #familystyle (at The Sycamore Kitchen)


  14. I’ve got the cure for the #brunchies #flourless #lemon #tart (at The Sycamore Kitchen)


  15. Although some stories differ, it’s commonly believed that Ukraine’s Prypiat
    Amusement Park closed on the very same day it opened: April 27, 1986,
    exactly one day after the catastrophic Chernobyl nuclear disaster brought
    the world to a standstill.

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