The Only One

Originally posted by harryisart

Two requests in one! As always, thanks for the love and support. Keep being amazing. xx - L

Harry comes home from tour to see you for the first time in a long time, and gets jealous when he sees another guy flirting with you.

Warnings: smut(ish)

Word Count: 1,677

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anonymous asked:

Why does Americans get so much more fun commercials? Lately I've only gotten like "we pay you more at our college!!" YEAH I KNOW BUT I DON'T WANNA WORK AT VOLVO I DON'T NEED 100 BUCKS MORE "*picture of phone* Totally unique" this one's simply boring tbh

//oh wait you meant on tumblr I almost replied to this with the fucking commercials I see on tv all the time

“People who have been diagnosed with Mesothelioma have many questions, and we’re here to help. If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with Mesothelioma call now and receive a free pamphlet” blah blah I can’t remember the rest

“If you or a loved one has taken [medicine] and recently had a toe, foot, or leg amputation call now and you may receive compensation. If our lawyers don’t win the case you pay nothing! What have you got to lose?”

“I have [disease] but now I take [medicine] and my life is so much better!” Narrator: “[medicine] may increase the risk of heart failure, organ failure, or death. Side effects include nausea, vomiting, heart palpitations, or even death. Ask your doctor if [medicine] is right for you”

//I pulled these out of my ass but I’d say they’re pretty accurate

2014 AXS Partner Summit Keynote

The following keynote was delivered by Evan Spiegel, CEO of Snapchat, at the AXS Partner Summit on January 25, 2014.

I was asked to speak here today on a topic I’m sure you’re all familiar with: sexting in the post-PC era.

[Just Kidding] 

I’ve always thought it was a bit odd that this period in our history has been called the “post-personal computer” era – when really it should be called the “more-personal computer” era.

I read a great story yesterday about a man named Mister Macintosh. He was a man designed by Steve Jobs to live inside the Macintosh computer when it launched, 30 years ago from yesterday. He would appear every so often, hidden behind a pull-down menu or popping out from behind an icon – just quickly and infrequently enough that you almost thought he wasn’t real.

Until yesterday, I hadn’t realized that Steve’s idea of tying a man to a computer had happened so early in his career. But, at the time, the Macintosh was forced to ship without Mister Macintosh because the engineers were constrained to only 128 kilobytes of memory. It wasn’t until much later in Steve’s career that he would truly tie man to machine – the launch of the iPhone on June 29, 2007.

In the past, technical constraints meant that computers were typically found in physical locations: the car, the home, the school. The iPhone tied a computer uniquely to a phone number – to YOU.

Not all that long ago, communication was location-dependent. We were either in the same room together, in which case we could talk face-to-face, or we were across the world from each other, in which case I could call your office or send a letter to your home. It is only very recently that we have begun to tie phone numbers to individual identities for the purpose of computation and communication.

I say all this to establish that smartphones are simply the culmination of Steve’s journey to identify man with machine – and bring about the age of the More-Personal Computer. 

There are three characteristics of the More-Personal Computer that are particularly relevant to our work at Snapchat:

1)    Internet Everywhere

2)    Fast + Easy Media Creation

3)    Ephemerality

When we first started working on Snapchat in 2011, it was just a toy. In many ways it still is – but to quote Eames, “Toys are not really as innocent as they look. Toys and games are preludes to serious ideas.”

The reason to use a toy doesn’t have to be explained – it’s just fun. But using a toy is a terrific opportunity to learn.

And boy, have we been learning.

Internet Everywhere means that our old conception of the world separated into an online and an offline space is no longer relevant. Traditional social media required that we live experiences in the offline world, record those experiences, and then post them online to recreate the experience and talk about it. For example, I go on vacation, take a bunch of pictures, come back home, pick the good ones, post them online, and talk about them with my friends.

This traditional social media view of identity is actually quite radical: you are the sum of your published experience. Otherwise known as: pics or it didn’t happen.

Or in the case of Instagram: beautiful pics or it didn’t happen AND you’re not cool.

This notion of a profile made a lot of sense in the binary experience of online and offline. It was designed to recreate who I am online so that people could interact with me even if I wasn’t logged on at that particular moment.

Snapchat relies on Internet Everywhere to provide a totally different experience. Snapchat says that we are not the sum of everything we have said or done or experienced or published – we are the result. We are who we are today, right now.

We no longer have to capture the “real world” and recreate it online – we simply live and communicate at the same time.

Communication relies on the creation of media and is constrained by the speed at which that media is created and shared. It takes time to package your emotions, feelings and thoughts into media content like speech, writing, or photography.

Indeed, humans have always used media to understand themselves and share with others. I’ll spare you the Gaelic with this translation of Robert Burns, “Oh would some power the gift give us, to see ourselves as others see us.”

When I heard that quote, I couldn’t help but think of self-portraits. Or for us Millennials: the selfie! Self-portraits help us understand the way that others see us – they represent how we feel, where we are, and what we’re doing. They are arguably the most popular form of self-expression.

In the past, lifelike self-portraits took weeks and millions of brush strokes to complete. In the world of Fast + Easy Media Creation, the selfie is immediate. It represents who we are and how we feel – right now.

And until now, the photographic process was far too slow for conversation. But with Fast + Easy Media Creation we are able to communicate through photos, not just communicate around them like we did on social media. When we start communicating through media we light up. It’s fun.

The selfie makes sense as the fundamental unit of communication on Snapchat because it marks the transition between digital media as self-expression and digital media as communication.

And this brings us to the importance of ephemerality at the core of conversation.

Snapchat discards content to focus on the feeling that content brings to you, not the way that content looks. This is a conservative idea, the natural response to radical transparency that restores integrity and context to conversation.

Snapchat sets expectations around conversation that mirror the expectations we have when we’re talking in-person.

That’s what Snapchat is all about. Talking through content not around it. With friends, not strangers. Identity tied to now, today. Room for growth, emotional risk, expression, mistakes, room for YOU.

The Era of More Personal Computing has provided the technical infrastructure for more personal communication. We feel so fortunate to be a part of this incredible transformation.

Snapchat is a product built from the heart – that is the reason why we are in Los Angeles. I often talk with people about the conflicts between technology companies and content companies – I’ve found that one of the biggest issues is that frequently technology companies view movies, music, and television as INFORMATION. Directors, producers, musicians, and actors view them as feelings, as expression. Not to be searched, sorted, and viewed – but EXPERIENCED.

Snapchat focuses on the experience of conversation – not the transfer of information. We’re thrilled to be a part of this community.

Thank you for inviting me today and thank you for being a part of our journey. Our team looks forward to getting to know all of you.

You Know I'm Waiting For You (klaine 1/1)

summary: Blaine Anderson didn’t expect that being a shopping buddy for his ladies needing lingerie leading up to February 14th would end with him meeting a totally gorgeous employee who might be the solution to his currently single Valentine’s Day plans, but hey, you had to go with the flow.
notes: Title from Franz Ferdinand’s Take Me Out. Happy Valentine’s Day! A03 


“I’m thinking garters,” Tina said, fingers running along the lace. “I got the idea at La Senza, but of course I couldn’t buy there.”

“Tay Tay, don’t you think those accusations of ‘twelve year old stripper chic’ are a little unfair? They have some nice pieces,” Blaine tried, faltering slightly under her glare.

“Camo print with pink lace and rhinestones,” Tina stated flatly, arms crossed. “Camo print with pink lace and rhinestones.”

“I admit, that one was a bit tacky, but the lacy red teddy …”

“Would only fit a tiny person.” Tina tossed her hair over her shoulder. “I’m a full-bodied goddess of a woman, and I need clothes that show it. So: garters?”

“Garters,” Blaine agreed, and Tina picked them up, then wandered over to another section of the store. Victoria’s Secret was pretty busy (as you would expect in the days before Valentine’s) and they had to dart around groups of women and the occasional mildly uncomfortable looking man. Blaine, holding Tina’s shopping bags, had a slightly harder time navigating the crowds and by the time he caught up with her again she had turned a corner and was talking to an employee.

A totally gorgeous, jaw-drop-worthy employee. A totally gorgeous, jaw-drop-worthy, male employee. Blaine gulped.

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Olicity Ficlet #4

Some Felicity Smoak competence porn to make your Monday brighter. This ficlet actually takes place before the last one I posted. Whatever.

Dammit!” Oliver shouts, slowing from a sprint to a trot as the van tears around a corner, out of range of his arrows. “They got away. Weeks of tracking these guys and I just let them get away.” He wants to punch something, but there’s nothing nearby to hit, which is probably just as well.

“Cool your britches,” Felicity says over comms. “They haven’t gotten away yet.”

“My what?” Oliver growls.

“Uhh … Nothing? I definitely did not just reference your nether … region … coverings,” she says, and he almost sort of smiles picturing the blush that is probably coloring her cheeks right now. “What I meant to say was stay there, because we’re coming to get you.”

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Can mobile phones be used to predict the Ebola epidemic?

As you travel, the phone in your pocket must constantly connect to different satellites and towers on the move. In order that you can always pick up a call, the phone sends unique data to a tower to liaise a connection. 

By following the patterns left by phones at the heart of the Ebola crisis, Orange Telecoms and Flowminder (a Swedish nonprofit organisation) have constructed a model of trends in travel. The intent, according to the creators, is not to close further borders and restrict movement. Rather, it is intended to form the basis of more targeted aid for the infectious disease. 

Even though data is anonymised, issues of privacy are evident. Large-scale data like this could be used to isolate individuals despite this being contrary to the aim. 

As of yet, the model has yet to be used by any official effort in the area. Even if it is, the question still remains: can models like this really be the basis of a successful countermeasure against the epidemic?