shitfacedanon:

facts-i-just-made-up:

impressingcoolkids:

IM LAUGHING SO HARD. MY FRIEND KNOWS THIS GIRL WHO HAS SOME OLD YEAR BOOK FROM MARSHALL H.S. AND SHE FOUND LEONARDO DICAPRIO AND THIS IS HIM FROM WHEN HE WAS A JUNIOR AND HE LOOKS LIKE A FUCKING 9 YEAR OLD

That’s because he was. Di Caprio was 10 when he graduated High School. A genius with an I.Q. of 144, Di Caprio completed college at 14 before beginning his acting career. He has two degrees, a Master of Engineering and a Sociology B.A.
Di Caprio also notably invented the antenna which makes modern cell phones work while he was still in school. The profits allowed him to try out acting, his ideal job and meet Gus Van Sant, who cast him in his first role. That lead to Titanic with James Cameron, for which Di Caprio doubled as a scholar on the physics of how the ship broke apart.
But none of that is squat compared to his work on the SD card. Still in college, he developed with two others the miniaturization technology that makes the SD Card so small, and for that work he was granted a Nobel Prize for Physics and Engineering in 1998, the same year he failed to earn an Oscar for his work in 1997’s Titanic.
Di Caprio mostly acts today, but in his spare time he’s working with Harvard’s Engineering department on a computer chip that will teach computers how to fix themselves from viruses and crashes, and even data erasure from solar flares or other magnetic phenomena. If successful, this too will not be eligible for an Oscar.
He’ll simply never get one. It’s sad really.

We must kill the people who gives out oscars. And replace them with those that will at long last finally do the right thing.
I’m sorry but it’s the only way.
Wait i’m not actually sorry.

do you have any proof of like, any of thatI’d LOVE to believe it’s true but I doubt it

shitfacedanon:

facts-i-just-made-up:

impressingcoolkids:

IM LAUGHING SO HARD. MY FRIEND KNOWS THIS GIRL WHO HAS SOME OLD YEAR BOOK FROM MARSHALL H.S. AND SHE FOUND LEONARDO DICAPRIO AND THIS IS HIM FROM WHEN HE WAS A JUNIOR AND HE LOOKS LIKE A FUCKING 9 YEAR OLD

That’s because he was. Di Caprio was 10 when he graduated High School. A genius with an I.Q. of 144, Di Caprio completed college at 14 before beginning his acting career. He has two degrees, a Master of Engineering and a Sociology B.A.

Di Caprio also notably invented the antenna which makes modern cell phones work while he was still in school. The profits allowed him to try out acting, his ideal job and meet Gus Van Sant, who cast him in his first role. That lead to Titanic with James Cameron, for which Di Caprio doubled as a scholar on the physics of how the ship broke apart.

But none of that is squat compared to his work on the SD card. Still in college, he developed with two others the miniaturization technology that makes the SD Card so small, and for that work he was granted a Nobel Prize for Physics and Engineering in 1998, the same year he failed to earn an Oscar for his work in 1997’s Titanic.

Di Caprio mostly acts today, but in his spare time he’s working with Harvard’s Engineering department on a computer chip that will teach computers how to fix themselves from viruses and crashes, and even data erasure from solar flares or other magnetic phenomena. If successful, this too will not be eligible for an Oscar.

He’ll simply never get one. It’s sad really.

We must kill the people who gives out oscars. And replace them with those that will at long last finally do the right thing.

I’m sorry but it’s the only way.

Wait i’m not actually sorry.

do you have any proof of like, any of that
I’d LOVE to believe it’s true but I doubt it

Reblogged from karloaf

Do not change your URL for Halloween

c1qfxugcgy0:

Do not change your URL for Halloween.

Do not. Don’t do it.

I know all the cool kids are doing it, and you badly want to make the ten thousandth variation on the spoopy joke, but changing your url is a bad idea. You should think of it as changing your name: something that causes widespread annoyance and confusion, which should only be done when you absolutely have to.

1.) I have quite a few people who read my blog by just visiting the page. They follow me, but they don’t follow me, either because they don’t have a Tumblr account, or they don’t care. If I change my URL, these people are fucked, because your URL is your name. Don’t fuck your followers.

2.) If you change your URL, every link to your blog breaks.

Breaking links are bad. Everybody knows this. Tim Berners-Lee, aka the guy who invented the internet, first complained about this fifteen years ago, in a document that’s still easy to find because the URL has never changed! Everybody hates broken links. Everybody.

3.) Every search engine link breaks, which means I can no longer google for shit on your blog. They start reindexing pretty quickly, but for a blog with 1,000+ posts, the process can take months.

Don’t change your URL. But if your halloween joke is so transcendentally funny that you absolutely have to, then you can set up a redirect.

First, change your url, then create a new blog at your old URL.

Second, delete all the theme code.

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Third, replace it with this:

<script type="text/javascript">
location.href = location.href.replace("OLDURL", "NEWURL");
</script>

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So, if your old url was http://tardisbutt.tumblr.com/ and you’re switching to http://spoopybutt.tumblr.com/ then OLDURL would be tardisbutt and NEWURL would be spoopybutt.

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That’s it! You’re done. Now following any link to your old URL will properly redirect you to the post new URL.

This is not a perfect solution, or even a particularly good one. Google can’t follow javascript redirects, so your blog just looks like a sea of 404s to the search engine. And, of course, people using NoScript won’t be automatically redirected.