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Retro! Kidd Video Intro Season 1

The season 1 intro to the 1980’s cartoon classic, “Kidd Video.”

Kidd Video is a Saturday morning cartoon created by DIC Entertainment in association with Saban Entertainment. Its original run was on NBC from 1984 to 1985, but continued in reruns on the network until 1987, when CBS picked the show up.

The music videos produced by Kidd Video then became very popular in Israel, which then produced fan merchandise such as coloring books and chocolate bars with images of the band.

(vía Wikipedia)

WTF: Superman Beard
Superman beard always leads to the same question. Can Superman even shave? You’d think he would have a massive uncuttable beard and a huge bush. Kryptonite tipped razor blades?
Superman’s biggest fan has appreciable razor skills.
(vía Obvious Winner)

WTF: Superman Beard

Superman beard always leads to the same question. Can Superman even shave? You’d think he would have a massive uncuttable beard and a huge bush. Kryptonite tipped razor blades?

Superman’s biggest fan has appreciable razor skills.

(vía Obvious Winner)

Yahoo: Expect Ads On Tumblr To Ramp Up Significantly In 2014

What are Tumblr ads going to look like? Tumblr apparently made only $13 million in revenues last year but CEO David Karp apparently thinks the site is “ready” to make more now that it understands its users, according to Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer. But she also noted that they will be working from a challenged position, not just because of user resistance but because Karp himself has been “skeptical” about online ads.

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News! Tumblr + Yahoo!

staff:

Everyone, I’m elated to tell you that Tumblr will be joining Yahoo.

Before touching on how awesome this is, let me try to allay any concerns: We’re not turning purple. Our headquarters isn’t moving. Our team isn’t changing. Our roadmap isn’t changing. And our mission – to empower creators to make their best work and get it in front of the audience they deserve – certainly isn’t changing.

So what’s new? Simply, Tumblr gets better faster. The work ahead of us remains the same – and we still have a long way to go! – but with more resources to draw from.

Yahoo is the original Internet company, and Marissa and her team share our dream to make the Internet the ultimate creative canvas. I couldn’t be more excited to have her help. We also share a vision for Tumblr’s business that doesn’t compromise the community and product we love. Plus both our logos end with punctuation!

As always, everything that Tumblr is, we owe to this unbelievable community. We won’t let you down.

Fuck yeah,
David

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