archanahaarnack:

#maxima #dreamy #dress #queensday #dutch #holland #netherlands #kingsday

archanahaarnack:

#maxima #dreamy #dress #queensday #dutch #holland #netherlands #kingsday

claudiajeanbaker:

Because tomorrow we gonna have a King since 123 years and a beautifull queen. 
And Also the last queensday on 30 april. Then it Will be kingsday on 27 april the Birthday of our new coming King! 

Thank you Beatrix for everything! And everyone in the Netherlands, have a great day enjoy!

claudiajeanbaker:

Because tomorrow we gonna have a King since 123 years and a beautifull queen.
And Also the last queensday on 30 april. Then it Will be kingsday on 27 april the Birthday of our new coming King!

Thank you Beatrix for everything! And everyone in the Netherlands, have a great day enjoy!

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throughmylenss:


 Countdown to Amsterdam!

throughmylenss:

 Countdown to Amsterdam!

meredithwendell:

King Kom! #queensday #amsterdam

meredithwendell:

King Kom! #queensday #amsterdam

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ugipinky:

Sometimes happiness waits somewhere around the corner … #lyrics #dutch #song #blof #alles #is #liefde ❤

ugipinky:

Sometimes happiness waits somewhere around the corner … #lyrics #dutch #song #blof #alles #is #liefde ❤

watchmojo:

Happy Birthday, Marvin Gaye! The soul singer was born on this day in 1939. We remember the man behind classics like Sexual Healing and Let’s Get It On here.

(Source: WatchMojo.com)

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kateoplis:

“The next transformative moment in mainstream computing devices, the first since smartphones in 2007 and tablets in 2010, will probably involve computers that attach themselves to our bodies. They’ll be disguised as everyday ornamental objects, like pairs of glasses and watches, so they can be (almost) imperceptibly inserted into our lives. (To say nothing of the hordes of cheap, unashamed sensors, like the Fitbit Flex or Nike FuelBand.)
That anticipation is palpable: the Kickstarter campaign for Pebble, a watch with an electronic-paper display that connects to smartphones to show alerts for things like incoming messages, weather updates, and Twitter, received over ten million dollars in contributions. And a Google News search for the Apple iWatch, anticipated by some as the company’s next breakthrough product, produces over twenty thousand results. The word “watch” may soon seem much like the word “phone,” simultaneously mummified and revivified.”

Objects of Desire: The First Smart Watch | New Yorker

kateoplis:

The next transformative moment in mainstream computing devices, the first since smartphones in 2007 and tablets in 2010, will probably involve computers that attach themselves to our bodies. They’ll be disguised as everyday ornamental objects, like pairs of glasses and watches, so they can be (almost) imperceptibly inserted into our lives. (To say nothing of the hordes of cheap, unashamed sensors, like the Fitbit Flex or Nike FuelBand.)

That anticipation is palpable: the Kickstarter campaign for Pebble, a watch with an electronic-paper display that connects to smartphones to show alerts for things like incoming messages, weather updates, and Twitter, received over ten million dollars in contributions. And a Google News search for the Apple iWatch, anticipated by some as the company’s next breakthrough product, produces over twenty thousand results. The word “watch” may soon seem much like the word “phone,” simultaneously mummified and revivified.”

Objects of Desire: The First Smart Watch | New Yorker

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