View From The Balcony
msnbc:

Jon Stewart: I have a, it’s like a career aptitude test.
Hillary Clinton: This is good, this is good. I’m ready.
JS: … Do you like commuting to work or do you like a home office?
HRC: You know, I’ve spent so many years commuting, I’d kind of prefer a home office. …
JS: Do you have a favorite shape for that home office?
HRC: (Laughs)
JS: Do you like that office, let’s say, would you like that office, would you like it to have corners, or would you like it not to have corners?
HRC: You know, I think that the world is so complicated, the fewer corners that you can have, the better.
WATCH.
(Photo: Frank Franklin II/AP)

msnbc:

Jon Stewart: I have a, it’s like a career aptitude test.

Hillary Clinton: This is good, this is good. I’m ready.

JS: … Do you like commuting to work or do you like a home office?

HRC: You know, I’ve spent so many years commuting, I’d kind of prefer a home office. …

JS: Do you have a favorite shape for that home office?

HRC: (Laughs)

JS: Do you like that office, let’s say, would you like that office, would you like it to have corners, or would you like it not to have corners?

HRC: You know, I think that the world is so complicated, the fewer corners that you can have, the better.

WATCH.

(Photo: Frank Franklin II/AP)

Awesome encore appearance from @lennykravitz at @brunomars show tonight at #MSG CC: @kylieelizabeth22 & @arwenbarr  (at Madison Square Garden)

Awesome encore appearance from @lennykravitz at @brunomars show tonight at #MSG CC: @kylieelizabeth22 & @arwenbarr (at Madison Square Garden)

Oh, you know, just @pharrell performing at #MSG in #nyc.  (at Madison Square Garden)

Oh, you know, just @pharrell performing at #MSG in #nyc. (at Madison Square Garden)

Word Crimes by Weird Al

explore-blog:

A wonderful 1992 conversation with the great Leonard Cohen on creative process, hard work, and the dignity of song.

explore-blog:

A wonderful 1992 conversation with the great Leonard Cohen on creative process, hard work, and the dignity of song.

littlebrown:

What are you stronger than? Show it to the world on this Malala Day.

Sotheby’s and eBay announced a partnership on Monday to make it easier to buy antiques, collectibles and works of fine art online.

The international auction house and the online marketplace plan to broadcast live auctions from the New York headquarters of Sotheby’s that will include real-time bidding from anywhere in the world.

Auctions from other locations could follow.

The deal will connect Sotheby’s, with its extensive inventory of fine art, antiques, books, jewels, watches and furniture, with eBay’s 145 million active buyers around the world.

"We are joining with eBay to make our sales more accessible to the broadest possible audience around the world," Bruno Vinciguerra, Sotheby’s chief operating officer, said in a statement.

wiredinsider:

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Apple WWDC and Google I/O are both done. Game of Thrones and the rest of television is on hiatus. Which makes July the perfect month for WIRED to step in with an issue dedicated to refreshing your knowledge of internet ethics.

While WIRED and Jerry Seinfeld take you…

So @geeking_bad treats me like a princess. Today he made grilled pork chops with zaatar & a chopped salad #eeeeeats  #yum  (at Prince Ali’s Palace)

So @geeking_bad treats me like a princess. Today he made grilled pork chops with zaatar & a chopped salad #eeeeeats #yum (at Prince Ali’s Palace)