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TUMBLR TUESDAY: STORYBOARD EDITION
If you haven’t already checked out Storyboard, which just launched yesterday, now’s your chance. And here’s a convenient rundown of the stories already posted, as well as the Tumblrs that inspired those stories.
Peter Vidani on the Evolution of the Tumblr DashboardTake a look at Peter’s personal blog as well as the home of Tumblr’s Ministry of Design.
Confessions of a Michael StipeThe famous R.E.M. frontman visits the Tumblr office for a video interview about his new interest in bronze sculpture and his own art-focused Tumblr.
The Morgue Lives!Voyage deep beneath the surface of the earth to the Morgue, a sub-sub-basement where the New York Times keeps all their secrets. Bonus video too. All courtesy of the Lively Morgue.
Razistan: Afghanistan’s Land of SecretsA band of photographers publishing their work from the hot zones of Afghanistan, culled from the imagery at Razistan.
Things We Saw from His CabTake a ride on an overnight shift with Max Cohen, proprietor of Things I See from My Cab.
And of course, don’t forget about the official Storyboard launch meetup on Thursday if you’re in the NYC vicinity.

staff:

TUMBLR TUESDAY: STORYBOARD EDITION

If you haven’t already checked out Storyboard, which just launched yesterday, now’s your chance. And here’s a convenient rundown of the stories already posted, as well as the Tumblrs that inspired those stories.

Peter Vidani on the Evolution of the Tumblr Dashboard
Take a look at Peter’s personal blog as well as the home of Tumblr’s Ministry of Design.

Confessions of a Michael Stipe
The famous R.E.M. frontman visits the Tumblr office for a video interview about his new interest in bronze sculpture and his own art-focused Tumblr.

The Morgue Lives!
Voyage deep beneath the surface of the earth to the Morgue, a sub-sub-basement where the New York Times keeps all their secrets. Bonus video too. All courtesy of the Lively Morgue.

Razistan: Afghanistan’s Land of Secrets
A band of photographers publishing their work from the hot zones of Afghanistan, culled from the imagery at Razistan.

Things We Saw from His Cab
Take a ride on an overnight shift with Max Cohen, proprietor of Things I See from My Cab.

And of course, don’t forget about the official Storyboard launch meetup on Thursday if you’re in the NYC vicinity.