My crush had a Youtube channel, and he made an entire video on making a basket with play-doh. He finished at three am, but he thought it looked awful so he broke the basket by throwing it onto the ground. The video had about 250 views when i ‘watched’ it.
Once again i shall be trying to use my tumblr page as i have notice that my followers and activity has been pretty decent. And the fact that my You Tube channel was taken, which is balls. It was at 250,000 views and 9,750 subscribers i was so close to reaching my mile stone and had it taken away.
So i shall be making a new you tube and social links which i shall post in due time. Which will be based around my course doing Biological Anthropology so i shall be making weekly vlogs, and anything I’m interested in.most likely turning this channel into my personal journey as i navigate through this world.
“His career was so unpredictable—sculptor, filmmaker, painter, music-video pioneer, collagist, draftsman, punk-band photographer, puller of stunts—that his true medium was his refusal to meet expectations.”
Read The New Yorker’s take on BRUCE CONNER: IT’S ALL TRUE, a retrospective featuring over 250 works on view now through October 2.
‘Some Nights’ Reaches 100 Million Views on YouTube!
Congratulations to the guys from Fun. on their 'Some Nights’ music video hitting 100 million views on YouTube! It’s the fifth Fueled By Ramen video to reach that milestone and Fun.’s second after 'We Are Young’ which is over 250 million views!
Click HERE to watch our biggest videos from Fun., Travie McCoy, Gym Class Heroes, Paramore and Cobra Starship!
Rebooting the Social Media Strategy for the National Archives
In six years, you can get a lot done! If you are the International Space Station, you could have orbited the earth 35,040 times. If you are Apple, you could have released 10 new iPhones. If you are the @usnatarchives, you have gone from zero social media accounts to over 100 (including over a dozen Tumblr accounts)!
It’s been six years since NARA’s first social strategy was released. Things have changed in the digital universe, and so we’ve been working on a reboot of our social media strategy.
In 2010, we introduced our first social media strategy to continue our commitment to open government and to empower staff to use social media. Now our digital presence reaches hundreds of millions of people. More than 200 National Archives staff contribute to 130 social media accounts on 14 different platforms, generating over 250 million views in 2015.
Access and transparency are at the core of our work. With the explosion of digital devices and platforms, we can share our documents and our mission with anyone, anywhere, anytime.
To tackle these new needs and to keep us current for our audiences and stakeholders, we have come up with this new plan. We met with staff and asked them about their goals and needs for social media–and we asked staff what challenges they faced when using social media. We also researched social strategies of other influential institutions, we analyzed our social media and web data, and we read up on best practices. We led lightning sessions to get feedback and suggestions from other galleries, museums, archives, and libraries. Now, we need to hear from you!
Your feedback is needed to make this strategy the best it can be and we want to hear what you think. We see this as a living document, so we’ve published the strategy on GitHub, a collaborative development web platform.
‘Authenticity is the key to being
a successful artist and to being iconic’ – Zayn Malik
WOULD ZAYN MALIK GIVE DRAKE A LAP DANCE? Wait, let me add
some context: I’m sitting on a sofa with one of the biggest pop stars on the
planet, discussing his ambition to work with the Hotline Bling rapper
who has a fondness for grinding with his collaborators: Nicki Minaj and Rihanna
to name a couple. Naturally, I wonder… Would Zayn go there? ‘I wouldn’t be able
to,’ he says with a shy smile. ‘I’m just not that great of a dancer. Maybe I’ll
get a stunt double.’
Of course I already know this 23 year old doesn’t dance. We all do. He
famously almost bolted during The X Factor in 2010, when Simon Cowell
demanded he join the rest of the male contestants in a choreographed routine.
Despite the rebellion he stuck with it, and so began five hesitant years as part
of the world’s most mercenary, chino-wearing pop group. More than 70??million
record sales and 250?million YouTube views later, The Sunday Times 2014 Rich
List calculated the band’s combined wealth to be over £70?million.
Throughout this meteoric ascent, Zayn consistently looked uncomfortable.
Then, on 25 March 2015, everything changed when Zayn became the first to quit
the band. In the ultimate contrarian move, he left behind guaranteed success,
certain fortune and millions of adoring teen groupies to become, as he then
tweeted, ‘a normal 22-year-old… out of the spotlight’.
You must REBLOG this post, likes don’t count and i cannot pic you.
A link on my blog, my blog gets 250+ views daily, so your blog will be viewed much more.
Self promos in my ask to 10,xxx active followers
A follow back if im not already
and anything else we can negotiate on really.
HOW I’M GOING TO BE PICKING:
I do not pick based on follower count. I decided based on Personality, URL, Theme, Posts, etc. So dont think you have a lower chance of winning compared to my friends. I’m going to pick around 5-9 blogs that I think should win and enter them into random.org generator and the blog it chooses will be my January - Febuary BOTM.
If you have any other questions, ask! Good luck and may the odds be ever in your favour!
The video is roughly shot, framed low and diagonally as though the person had been holding their phone awkwardly in their lap to keep it out of sight. The first minute or so is just Charles leaning over his desk to adjust the projector, his trousers pulled tight across his ass. Erik is happily familiar with Charles’ body, but even he has to admit that the view of his ass from that angle is especially obscene.
The Charles in the video turns and beams up at the class, calling them to order and running a hand through his hair to push it back off his face. As he waits for them to quiet down he slowly rolls up his sleeves in an unassuming but entirely pornographic movement, and even from a distance, off-center and in low-quality digital video Erik can see the freckles scattering here and there on his flexing forearms.
He’s gorgeous, obviously. He’s even wearing the navy waistcoat that drives Erik crazy, the one that pulls in at his waist and emphasizes how broad his shoulders are. But he’s somehow even more appealing when the students settle and he begins lecturing. He’s engaging and charismatic, hands waving through the air as he speaks, accent crisp and carrying easily through the lecture hall as he makes terrible jokes and grins at them with that impossible, crooked smile.
The video is titled “Professor seXXXy” and has garnered 250, 000 views on youtube since it was posted yesterday. The comments section seems to be nothing more than a series of keysmashing and bad genetics pick-up lines.
“Well!” Charles says, looking up from the computer screen to smile delightedly at Erik. “Who knew genetics would be so popular with the young people!”