Morning walks with Minnow have taken on a whole new life since the move to James Bay.
The final view of the Great Canadian Beer Festival 2013. Never going to believe a weather forecast again. Rain? Psshh.
One of the better articles I’ve seen on Medium in a while. You don’t need to attend TED to feel like you’re making a change in the world. You can just create change. On your own.
Most of the time, most of us travel in packs, herds, and flocks. We’re all going in the same direction, following the people around us. Everyone is reacting to everyone else. It’s like a hall of mirrors. Everything is a reflection. Where’s the real person? Is there anyone here? There’s so much noise following such little signal. Let’s hope there’s someone at the front who knows where we’re going.
It’s August. Feels like summer is almost over and yet at the same time hasn’t really begun.
It’s tough to forgive the Pacific Northwest’s fall and winter seasons but when your summers and scenery look like this can we really complain?
This is the first time in a long time that we’ve all been in the office at the same time. I mean, who are all these people anyways?
Thanks for the photo, Jenni!
Working from home for the week allows me to dust off the ol’ French Press. Delicious.
View from the Malahat. Nothing beats summer in the Pacific Northwest.
I’m super happy about this statement we’re making.
Creating a Windowless Porn Ghetto is Bad
Hi! Statistically, 1 out of every 10 of you reading this (provided you’ve a Tumblr account) run an nsfw or adult blog. Judging by our install records, there’s also solid chance you’re using Fluid to do so. Thanks for that: we have no issue with porn or “adult” content. That’s also my way of disclaiming that we clearly have a dog in this fight—we want the blogs that use our themes to be seen, and accessible. And as you may have gathered over the last few commentary posts I’ve written, we give a huge, spotlit shit about unrestricted free speech.
Which is why, like most of you, we find Tumblr’s new content restrictions really problematic. Gawker’s ValleyWag and The Daily Dot have posted much-reblogged rundowns of the new regime this week, and unlike most issues on the internet, there’s been a near-total (negative) consensus. So let’s cover exactly what we’re dealing with, what its effects will likely be, and what we can do to push back against it.
We make tumblr themes.
Sometimes we don’t really get any work done.