1. ebookfriendly:

Owning an e-reader… http://ebks.to/1qno1QB

    ebookfriendly:

    Owning an e-reader… http://ebks.to/1qno1QB

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  2. ebookfriendly:

We are all stories

    ebookfriendly:

    We are all stories

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  3. developandfix:

Artist Spotlight: Marcin Kubiak - See it on our site at http://d-f.co/1sIgVb9

    developandfix:

    Artist Spotlight: Marcin Kubiak - See it on our site at http://d-f.co/1sIgVb9

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  4. joncarling:

Sticker Variety Pack #4 is now available HERE

    joncarling:

    Sticker Variety Pack #4 is now available HERE

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  5. maxkirin:

    [WRITING & FIGHTING!] is a mix for writers looking to jump right into the heat of battle! This mix contains 14 of my favorite tracks for writing combat, action scenes, and the awesome final battle. If you’re looking for an intense writing playlist, and you are a fan of heavy percussion, then you’ve found come to the right place! Get ready, because it’s time to FIGHT!

    ♪ Listen to this mix on 8tracks ♪

    Looking for more writing playlists? Check out my other mixes:

    Oh, and if you want more writerly content, then follow my blog for your daily dose of prompts, advice, and writer positivity: maxkirin.tumblr.com!

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  6. nativeamericannews:

Emmylou Harris, Steve Earle Remake Johnny Cash’s ‘Bitter Tears’
In 1964, country singer Johnny Cash released Bitter Tears: Ballads of the American Indian, a tribute to and meditation on the Native American experience. At the time, Cash believed he had Cherokee ancestry, although genealogical research he conducted later in his life showed this wasn’t the case. Nonetheless, the album stands as a highlight of his career, and arguably the greatest musical statement a non-Native has ever made about the trials and tribulations of American Indians.

    nativeamericannews:

    Emmylou Harris, Steve Earle Remake Johnny Cash’s ‘Bitter Tears’


    In 1964, country singer Johnny Cash released Bitter Tears: Ballads of the American Indian, a tribute to and meditation on the Native American experience. At the time, Cash believed he had Cherokee ancestry, although genealogical research he conducted later in his life showed this wasn’t the case. Nonetheless, the album stands as a highlight of his career, and arguably the greatest musical statement a non-Native has ever made about the trials and tribulations of American Indians.

    Reblogged from: nativeamericannews
  7. nativeamericannews:

St. Regis Mohawk and Massena NY to Restore Grasse River Waterfront
The St. Regis Mohawk Tribe and the town of Massena, New York are teaming up to rejuvenate the Grasse River waterfront.The project is based on recommendations in a study conducted by students at Clarkson University in Potsdam, the Watertown Daily Times reported. Having discovered that reconstructing a weir was too costly, the students suggested the town and the tribe join forces to restore the habitat. Tribal officials said that left plenty of options open.

    nativeamericannews:

    St. Regis Mohawk and Massena NY to Restore Grasse River Waterfront


    The St. Regis Mohawk Tribe and the town of Massena, New York are teaming up to rejuvenate the Grasse River waterfront.
    The project is based on recommendations in a study conducted by students at Clarkson University in Potsdam, the Watertown Daily Times reported. Having discovered that reconstructing a weir was too costly, the students suggested the town and the tribe join forces to restore the habitat. Tribal officials said that left plenty of options open.


    Reblogged from: nativeamericannews
  8. emporioefikz:

    Steampunk Gas Mask 

    Reblogged from: principia-coh
  9. nativeamericannews:

Masters of Drum, Quill and Basket Tapped for Major NEA Award
The National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) presents its Heritage Fellowships annually to master folk artists, and in 2014 the list of recipients includes three eminent Natives: drum group leader Rufus White, porcupine quillworker Yvonne Walker Keshick, and basketmaker Henry Arquette. White, a 76-year-old elder of the Omaha Tribe of Nebraska, is a tradition bearer of the Omaha who has several recordings preserved in the Library of Congress.

    nativeamericannews:

    Masters of Drum, Quill and Basket Tapped for Major NEA Award


    The National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) presents its Heritage Fellowships annually to master folk artists, and in 2014 the list of recipients includes three eminent Natives: drum group leader Rufus White, porcupine quillworker Yvonne Walker Keshick, and basketmaker Henry Arquette. White, a 76-year-old elder of the Omaha Tribe of Nebraska, is a tradition bearer of the Omaha who has several recordings preserved in the Library of Congress.

    Reblogged from: nativeamericannews
  10. wilwheaton:

(via AT-AT in Chicago on Behance)
    Reblogged from: ginamak
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