Tumblr changed something
In other news
Dr. Neil Degrasse Tyson on NPR right now!
All I have to say is that if tumblr isn’t working like a fucking dream after next Saturday, I’m going to be so angry.
Checked out a blog that ‘liked’ one of my posts
If Tumblr were a printed media
What is this weird thing going in Tumblr
“[Tumblr] rocks! Why? Because unlike Facebook, I have a clean slate. Instead of being associated with my name and my real life being, I am a newly founded pseudonym if I so choose. No one knows that page is mine except for the selective friends I may choose or ask to follow me. But Tumblr isn’t about seeing what my friends are up to. In fact, I know the creators of less than a handful of the dozens of blogs I follow. Because of this, it turns into a tool for discovery, following members of the community who share my interests versus my friends who can get boring seeing as, at least during the school year, I know what’s going on in their lives every day. But these bloggers, who live lives I don’t see first hand, are neat to read about; they voice opinions that I care about and are hard to find organized anywhere else in such a way, and they share new things that few of my friends know about (which is why I mostly reblog: passing along the things that I love).”