That Perfect Tan

Tiffany

Tiffany


The other day I was reading about beauty trends in Asia: putting it in a nutshell the article said that many women in Asia are craving for white skin. The whiter the better, even if it’s ruining their skin over the years of if some of the ingredients are, well, dubious. Especially fancy: cream that makes brown nipples pink.
Strangely enough, many women in the Western world are looking for the opposite: tanned skin for that ‘healthy’ look, also with tan lines for showing that they can afford a week-long vacation. (Source: DDF) Continue reading

Tumblr, Twitter, and the like

Anita Berlusconi

Anita Berlusconi

The emphasis on interest has created the buzzword of the day: Tumblr, and also Twitter, is an interest graph while networks like facebook and Google+ are social graphs. Note the difference: Twitter is rather transparent and you quickly learn how’s following whom. Tweets can be read by many, not only followers. Tumblr users are collecting stuff they’re interested in from people they are following. There is no ‘public life’ like Twitter has. Tumblr’s dashboard is one’s very personal window to the world, and that’s why so many of us got so upset when Yahoo was buying this platform. Continue reading

A Hand Disappears

Clara G, Tiffany Doll

Clara G, Tiffany Doll


The reasons mentioned in the latest post are leading to a rather disturbing reality: writers have less value for advertisers than readers. Somebody who’s posting all day has less money than somebody who’s consuming and reposting. While everybody is paying attention to writers, students, activists etc, that means: people with enough time to compare products, telling their stories, and delivering content, the general reader is largely ignored. He hasn’t the time to do all these things the reader does, but he usually has the money the writer hasn’t. If he’s seeing something that he wants, he usually wants it now.
This importance of readers is the reason why services like Twitter, Quora and the like try to make also readers registered users. Linking them to the service is an important step.
Enforcing the social graph where it’s not needed was Tumblr’s biggest plus so far. While it’s easy to browse Tumblr blogs anonymously, it’s not that easy to find specific information on Tumblr blogs. Tumblr has understood that it’s not necessarily important to actually know who you’re following. The link between follower and the person I follow is given by our shared interests. This way a social interaction between us might come up, but more important is the content that’s connecting us.
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Unlimited

Sharon Lee

Sharon Lee & Choky Ice


Ah, Vodafone, my dearest ISP! Even with coax cables working at 10 GBit/sec they want to throttle the speed of file sharing services after 10 GBytes/day. 10 Gigs sounds a lot, but if you are into setting up virtual machines for learning DevOps (or if you want to download some O/S updates) then this isn’t much. Especially when your ISP has a different definition for file sharing than you have. Anybody remembers net neutrality? And isn’t a flatrate a flatrate? And don’t they always tell us about ‘unlimited’ Internet in the advertisements? Continue reading

Two Roles For Lucy

Latex Lucy

Latex Lucy

The versatile Latex Lucy has it both ways in this kinky roleplay encounter. She starts out semi-dominating Choky Ice in the beginning, having him keep his hands behind his back while she sucks him, and then getting him on his knees to lick her pussy before finally she spreads wide for his cock. Her submissive nature then asserts itself in this roleplay when David Perry arrives with a change of outfit; she shifts from her femme fatale-like purple latex gown to a brown frilly latex maid’s outfit. David supervises briefly as Choky puts his former “domme” in her place and gets him to lick his shoes and David’s, before the two men get her cramming both of their boners into her mouth and then bending her over for fucking like the subbie she seems to become once that maid’s outfit is snug around her incredibly curvaceous body.

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