things and stuff and places
A sideblog to collect different dresses, libraries, stuff, things, vintage and places which pupps up on my multifandom dash. So this is basically a place for future reference, but feel free to look around.


posted 9 months ago · 397409 notes · via cxlvmhood · © summerwineteer
futurejournalismproject:

Delete Yourself From Web Services With JustDelete.me
JustDelete.me is a directory that allows you to permanently remove yourself from different web services such as Facebook, PayPal, Amazon, etc. 
Why can’t you just go to the listed sites on your own and delete yourself that way, you ask? It’s not that easy. 
A lot of sites have dark patterns — interfaces created to trick users into agreeing to terms they otherwise wouldn’t — and JustDelete.me is designed to work around those patterns.
For example, Facebook’s Account Settings menu only offers people the option to deactivate their accounts, so many think that it’s not possible to completely delete themselves from the site; the “Delete Account” button can only be found if you hunt it down. With JustDelete.me, you can click the Facebook link and be taken directly to the “Delete Account” page without all the hassle.
JustDelete.me even color codes web services by how difficult it is to delete yourself from each site, with green being the easiest, and black being impossible. (Good luck deleting yourself from Craigslist.) 
Image: Screenshot of JustDelete.me

futurejournalismproject:

Delete Yourself From Web Services With JustDelete.me

JustDelete.me is a directory that allows you to permanently remove yourself from different web services such as Facebook, PayPal, Amazon, etc. 

Why can’t you just go to the listed sites on your own and delete yourself that way, you ask? It’s not that easy. 

A lot of sites have dark patterns — interfaces created to trick users into agreeing to terms they otherwise wouldn’t — and JustDelete.me is designed to work around those patterns.

For example, Facebook’s Account Settings menu only offers people the option to deactivate their accounts, so many think that it’s not possible to completely delete themselves from the site; the “Delete Account” button can only be found if you hunt it down. With JustDelete.me, you can click the Facebook link and be taken directly to the “Delete Account” page without all the hassle.

JustDelete.me even color codes web services by how difficult it is to delete yourself from each site, with green being the easiest, and black being impossible. (Good luck deleting yourself from Craigslist.) 

Image: Screenshot of JustDelete.me


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DIY Spring Floral Crowns


posted 11 months ago · 52924 notes · via motherofdemons · © grayskymorning

jarrodis:

The Fairytale “Garden Shed” by Ville Hara and Linda Bergroth

Architect Ville Hara and designer Linda Bergroth have created this remarkable garden shed!

As a unique proposition for combining the two structures into a new, and aesthetically pleasing design, the addition of wooden flooring and solar lights make Linda Bergroth’s personal early prototype an inspiring outside room. It is a unique prefabricated garden shed that combines a green house with storage space and comes in ready made elements that can be assembled by simply using a screwdriver.

 The Garden Shed is made from Finnish pine and safety glass and equipped with automatic openers to control the temperature inside. It is designed to fit in the Scandinavian landscape and has a traditional gabled roof – typical in the area because of the weather conditions. The product comes in natural wood and can be painted according to taste and the surrounding area. The wall elements function as support for folding shelves: glass shelves for the greenhouse that allows the sun reach all the plants and wooden shelves in two sizes for storage use.


posted 11 months ago · 1858 notes · via sophophilic · © jarrodis

confectionerybliss:

iced mocha with coffee cubes
       from honestly yum


posted 11 months ago · 66319 notes · via cxlvmhood · © honestlyyum.com

suarts:

Student living got you down?

Check out these 18 amazing snacks that you can make in a cup in the microwave! Cheap and easy these are the perfect snacks! 


posted 11 months ago · 158032 notes · via frontiercity · © suarts

Art and Architecture - Villa d’Este, Tivoli, Italy, began 1559 by Pirro Ligorio


posted 1 year ago · 165 notes · via rosetylered · © penthesileas

Last week I shot a roll of film that I’d got free with a second hand camera. When I got back the scans I found out that the roll had already been used by the guy who gave me it and so I had double exposed it. By chance, both of us had taken a photo of a motorway landscape and this was made. His photo is from the inside of the car looking at countryside and my shot of an urban motorway is best seen on the left hand side. 

Last week I shot a roll of film that I’d got free with a second hand camera. When I got back the scans I found out that the roll had already been used by the guy who gave me it and so I had double exposed it. By chance, both of us had taken a photo of a motorway landscape and this was made. His photo is from the inside of the car looking at countryside and my shot of an urban motorway is best seen on the left hand side. 


posted 1 year ago · 678829 notes · via missrodenss · © stephen-edwards

silfarione:

20 Most Powerful Photographs Ever Taken : #17

The Assasination of President John F. Kennedy in Dallas, Texas on November 22nd, 1963. Moments after he was shot, the limousine carrying mortally wounded President John F. Kennedy races toward the hospital, Secret service agent Clinton Hill rides on the back of the car, Mrs. John Connally, wife of the Texas governor, bends over her wounded husband, and Mrs. Kennedy leans over the president.


posted 1 year ago · 1680 notes · via frontiercity · © silfarione

Coloured black and white photo of the Russian royal family on their yacht, the Polar Star. From left, clockwise, we have: Olga, Tsar Nicolas II, Anastasia, Tsarina Alexandra, Tatiana, Maria, and Alexei.
(by iamtheearl)

Coloured black and white photo of the Russian royal family on their yacht, the Polar Star. From left, clockwise, we have: Olga, Tsar Nicolas II, Anastasia, Tsarina Alexandra, Tatiana, Maria, and Alexei.

(by iamtheearl)


posted 1 year ago · 17846 notes · via frontiercity