Random Relevance



Randomness: aesthetics, appetite, automobiles, athletes, arm candy, audio....
*Only images noted with "[RR]" are mine
Location: NEW ORLEANS

Posts tagged nyc

Chasing Tommy Ton. The gentleman behind GQ’s street shots. The moral of the story is follow your passion.

Heavy Kids!   I wasn’t this cool in the 6th grade.

The entertaining Eddie Huang.
Click.

The entertaining Eddie Huang.

Click.

The Walkmen - Heartbreaker

Some words from co-owner of Self Edge & 3Sixteen, Johan Lam. A well done doc. from “i am other”.

Glenn O’Brien showing some love #nola #igersneworleans #gq #magazine #love (Taken with Instagram)

Glenn O’Brien showing some love #nola #igersneworleans #gq #magazine #love (Taken with Instagram)

Breaking Bao with Eddie Huang.  The guy is hilarious! (nsfw)

Pants are optional on the Subway

The Tweed Run 2011

*NOT FOR THE FAINT AT HEART*
The Ducati owner parked there for 45 minutes and 5 feet behind a car before this happened.

*NOT FOR THE FAINT AT HEART*

The Ducati owner parked there for 45 minutes and 5 feet behind a car before this happened.

Lean In & Ride With Us Series

And GROWING….waiting on this IPO.
According to numbers dug up by Mashable, microblogging newcomer Tumblr has just surpassed the 20.7 million blogs hosted by WordPress—explosive growth since it only hosted around 7 million blogs as recently as January. Exponential growth like this means it’s probably just the beginning of many record-breaking events.
WordPress, like peer Drupal, has the air of a “professional” blog-hosting site, compared with other offerings like Blogger, because it has extensive controls and complexity, it takes a little getting used to, and is used by a wide range of professional companies to host their sites. Tumblr is much simpler, with more limited range for customization and complexity, and only recently included the ability to add comments. With its emphasis on short, pithy posts, and habitual use as a photo-publishing and social-sharing site, Tumblr posts are more closely related to Twitter feeds than professional, hefty, WordPress sites.

And GROWING….waiting on this IPO.

According to numbers dug up by Mashable, microblogging newcomer Tumblr has just surpassed the 20.7 million blogs hosted by WordPress—explosive growth since it only hosted around 7 million blogs as recently as January. Exponential growth like this means it’s probably just the beginning of many record-breaking events.

WordPress, like peer Drupal, has the air of a “professional” blog-hosting site, compared with other offerings like Blogger, because it has extensive controls and complexity, it takes a little getting used to, and is used by a wide range of professional companies to host their sites. Tumblr is much simpler, with more limited range for customization and complexity, and only recently included the ability to add comments. With its emphasis on short, pithy posts, and habitual use as a photo-publishing and social-sharing site, Tumblr posts are more closely related to Twitter feeds than professional, hefty, WordPress sites.