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We know you didn’t mean to post that on your Tumblr just now. You can show this article to your followers (and your mothers) if they don’t believe you.
Tumblr reps say an infrastructure fail is to blame for bizarre content showing up where it shouldn’t. Read about the odd publishing bug here.
With 95 million blogs fighting for attention, Tumblr hires “travel and tourism evangelist” Jeremy Kressman to take members on safaris to hidden travel treasures.
[T]he funny thing about Tumblr is, for all the time tweens put in to tweaking their “themes,” nobody really reads their sites except by the internal “dashboard.” So really, Tumblr was the genius publishing tool that transitioned us into “apps.”
Source: The Awl