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  2. I can’t submit any gifs to tumblr for some reason :(

  3. rlbmut.org - Tumblr reverse image search


    Seems super useful to find who posted what first.

  4. So much stupid

    I keep trying to downvote things on Tumblr and Facebook ._.  It’s so infuriating that I can’t do anything about the stupidity.

  5. Reading tons of tumblr before bed = all dreams about cats, Asians, school, and hipsters.

  6. Pokémon Art Tumblr Reimagines 151 Original Characters [PICS]


  7. 10 Tumblrs Serving Up the Best Animated GIFs


  8. hi i recommend http://courtneyhatesjane.tumblr.com/

  9. ifttt.com: if this then that

    Awesome, simple website (some of the creations are either super useful or really funny).

    "Put the internet to work for you by creating tasks that fit this simple structure: if this then that

    Think of all the things you could do if you were able to define any task as: when something happens (this) then do something else (that).’

    EDIT: Made this one called “foreveralone” haha: http://ifttt.com/recipes/1413

  10. My gripes with Tumblr

    1) Why doesn’t the dashboard show the dates of posts?

    EDIT (4/1/2012): Yay they added this in the newest UI update! :)

    2) Why is there a Preferences *and* a Settings?  Does it have something to do with people that choose to have more than one blog, so each one could have different settings?  If so, I still feel like there’s a better way to go about doing it and merge Preferences and Settings into one Settings page (maybe different tabs for each blog in the new Settings page?).

    3) I don’t see the point in the separate personal tumblelog page (http://www.tumblr.com/tumblelog/username) and public page (http://username.tumblr.com/).  I would prefer the public page to be replaced with the personal tumblelog page when I’m logged in and viewing it (so I still have access to all of the right-side links and the ability to make a new post within my tumblelog), with a button at the top to “View Profile As Visitor” to see how public viewers would see it (much like Facebook/Google+).

    EDIT (4/1/2012):

    4) Compete with Pinterest, add categories and you’re golden.

    Overall, navigation seems very unintuitive, clunky, and requires too much clicking around. KISS.