gkambadais:

Samples of my work, because i’m looking for work. And some news.

Trying to get back to everything. I had a couple of projects to work on but they didn’t work out. Financial problems still there, but i’m trying to solve them with commissions. I’m running like crazy all day and trying to find and another job to do to pay my bills. I did a couple of pitches and sent to some companies, so fingers crossed.

I’ll get back to Miranda Turner again soon, issue 4 is finished but not colored yet. I can’t wait to see it finished. I’ll start working again on issue 5 soon.

So, please reblog this and who knows maybe an editor will see it and offer me a job(i hope).

Thank you people and sorry. I promise i’ll post new stuff soon! Or even a webcomic, who knows?

(via marykatewiles)

humansofnewyork:

"When we graduate, my friend and I want to start an organization to teach people in rural areas how to read. I was volunteering at a clinic last year, and I saw a child die of Cholera because the mother couldn’t remember the prescription instructions."
(Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo)

humansofnewyork:

"When we graduate, my friend and I want to start an organization to teach people in rural areas how to read. I was volunteering at a clinic last year, and I saw a child die of Cholera because the mother couldn’t remember the prescription instructions."

(Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo)

(via smartgirlsattheparty)

emergentfutures:

Household solar shift sees electricity demand drop and taxpayers stuck with ‘stranded assets’


Australia’s household solar revolution has caught the energy sector by surprise, and may leave NSW and Queensland taxpayers footing the bill for billions of dollars worth of “stranded assets”.
More than a million Australians have already installed solar panels on their roofs, causing demand for electricity from the grid to plummet.
For decades demand for electricity had grown, a trend the industry and government banked on.
Energy economist Greg Houston describes the solar take up as “a once-in-a-generation shift”.


Full Story: ABC

emergentfutures:

Household solar shift sees electricity demand drop and taxpayers stuck with ‘stranded assets’

Australia’s household solar revolution has caught the energy sector by surprise, and may leave NSW and Queensland taxpayers footing the bill for billions of dollars worth of “stranded assets”.

More than a million Australians have already installed solar panels on their roofs, causing demand for electricity from the grid to plummet.

For decades demand for electricity had grown, a trend the industry and government banked on.

Energy economist Greg Houston describes the solar take up as “a once-in-a-generation shift”.

Full Story: ABC

(Source: emergentfutures)

comedycentral:

Click here to watch more of Jordan Klepper and Jessica Williams’s safety tips for college students from The Daily Show.

Words of wisdom from Amy Poehler

(Source: lyceck, via theashleyclements)

comedycentral:

The Texas GOP has officially endorsed reparative gay therapy. Click here for more from The Daily Show.

markruffalo:

Challenging.

(Source: mediaite.com)

emergentfutures:

You priced this milkshake


Supermarkets are using science to turn ordinary shopping habits into bigger profits


Paul Higgins: A good but kind of scary description of how this works


Full Story: The Verge

emergentfutures:

You priced this milkshake

Supermarkets are using science to turn ordinary shopping habits into bigger profits

Paul Higgins: A good but kind of scary description of how this works

Full Story: The Verge