after fridays come the
Where we’re going, we don’t need official boxart
Because something like this works just fine. Don’t forget that preorders are now open at Amazon for the 3DS sequel to The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past!
And don’t forget about these still active deals either:
- Fire Emblem: Awakening - $34.95 (backordered, sidebar link)
- Super Mario 3D Land - $29.99
- The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D - $29.99 (backordered, sidebar link)
- Mario Kart 7 - $29.99
- Castlevania: Lords of Shadow - Mirror of Fate - $24.99 (backordered, sidebar link)
Kid Icarus: Uprising is also $31.99, which is a decent deal for a great game. Don’t forget that it comes with a banana stand.BUY Nintendo 3DS and 3DS XL consoles, upcoming releases
(Source: fyeah3ds, via 8bitmickey)
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- Let’s try and get 100k notes
A review by one of the folks sums it up perfectly:
“What worries me about Yahoo! buying Tumblr is how it would choose to incorporate the website into its email and homepage features. One of the reasons why Tumblr is so unique is because it’s a niche market. By adding more users who don’t fit into this niche, it would make it more difficult for communities to develop within Tumblr, and Tumblr would have to change to accommodate these new users. Tumblr as a website is not the kind that you can sign up for in a day and be on your way. It is a website crafted so that you can immediately post but must spend several weeks, sometimes even months, to build a community. With new users who would not be willing to spend time growing a community, Tumblr would have to be changed, which would alienate its current users. Those users have spent time and effort to make Tumblr what it is today, and they are the ones who spend time on the website daily. A user who is checking onto Tumblr because it’s attached to their homepage is not going to be as strong of a user nor as dedicated. By changing the website to suit this new user, you would lose the strong users while building an undedicated usership.
To any website that would think of buying Tumblr, they must understand that it is a website that cannot be changed to make it more user friendly to a casual blogger. I think that many Tumblr users would be less worried about a buy-out if they were promised that their communities and ways of using Tumblr would not be changed. No one is going to mind Yahoo! buying the website and gaining a few extra million dollars per year from the minimal advertising; what we will be upset with is if a company like Yahoo! then changes the website to increase casual users and decrease dedicated users. Yahoo! would gain nothing by losing this “cool” group of bloggers in an age group they so desperately want to reach, so they must cater to these individuals by leaving the website exactly as is.” - houseoftombombadilAs much as is does sound like a load of bullshit for someone to buy Tumblr, it’s a possibility. I Personally think it should stay independent and I hope David Karp keeps a hold of it like his own child. Or we make enough noise to where such major changes (if bought) will not happen. I would hate to see Tumblr turned into an advertising dump.We’re not a ‘hip fad group’ to be marketed to. I hate the fact that’s all we look like to businesses in the end.
reblogging again for this ^
What’s going to be super-sad is how Yahoo! will take away freedoms from Tumblr in order to keep Yahoo!’s corporate image positive. Follow that with possible monetization, and it doesn’t look good.
Tumblr is a pretty free place, and I don’t want corporate interests ruining this place by taking those freedoms away.
dude: you smoke?
You’ve probably never heard of this Pokémon.
I DONT REMEMBER THIS PART OF MARIO PARTY
I started laughing out loud for real!