Art by Northwest (AxNW)
thetardisnamedsexy:

If any awesome Nerdfighters out there are interested in having a Hanklerfish car decal, like this one, designed by Eric Geusz, Avery Vincent, Timothy Martin, Teresa Ross, and Alex Crouse from the Adult Nerdfights group on Facebook [x] please like, reblog, and tag this post! Please do not remove my caption.

Boosting for awesomeness. If I had a car, this would probably go on it.

thetardisnamedsexy:

If any awesome Nerdfighters out there are interested in having a Hanklerfish car decal, like this one, designed by Eric Geusz, Avery Vincent, Timothy Martin, Teresa Ross, and Alex Crouse from the Adult Nerdfights group on Facebook [x] please like, reblog, and tag this post! Please do not remove my caption.

Boosting for awesomeness. If I had a car, this would probably go on it.

edwardspoonhands:

Well that was a full 12 hour work day. Phew! So worth it! Vlogbrothers video is done! Shared a new idea with a friend. Got my schedule worked out for the week leading up to VidCon. Helped set up an exciting collab for SciShow. Wrote over 40 emails. Prepped my Crash Course scripts. Got a little angry, then chilled out. Finalized all of the panel names and descriptions for VidCon. And now I’m going to go lay in bed and remember something I forgot to do.

What Would Hank Green Do?
He’d do everything!


But seriously, I hope you sleep well, Hank, and thank you for all that you do! — Nerdfighteria

projectforawesome:

10 days until the Project for Awesome! Start flexing your commenting hands and get your videos ready!

Waiting to hear back from my over-the-break job to see if I have to work during P4A. Last year I worked both days, which meant muted livestreams at the library desk and then full-sound glory during lunch breaks. Didn’t sleep much those nights.

projectforawesome:

10 days until the Project for Awesome! Start flexing your commenting hands and get your videos ready!

Waiting to hear back from my over-the-break job to see if I have to work during P4A. Last year I worked both days, which meant muted livestreams at the library desk and then full-sound glory during lunch breaks. Didn’t sleep much those nights.

edwardspoonhands:

fishingboatproceeds:

thecrashcourse:


Here’s a higher resolution version of the second Crash Course World History poster, which is available for pre-order at DFTBA.com. 


So great. I love Thought Bubble.

Gorgeous…

edwardspoonhands:

fishingboatproceeds:

thecrashcourse:

Here’s a higher resolution version of the second Crash Course World History poster, which is available for pre-order at DFTBA.com

So great. I love Thought Bubble.

Gorgeous…

I really hope kids that grow up in the 2010s have this stuck in their heads like us of the 90s have Reading Rainbow, Bill Nye, and Magic School Bus.

…From the Indus Valley in the Bronze Age, to school life today, human life is all about collaboration: Trading cloth for bronze, building cities together, and collaborating to make sure that human lives are tilted to catch the wind.
John Green, Author of New York Times’ #1 Bestseller, The Fault in Our Stars, and superb internet-educator.

edwardspoonhands:

OK…so there’s a rich dude running for president and everyone has had their pants shocked off by the news that he pays the same overall tax rate as someone who makes $20,000 a year.

Anyone who knows anything about being rich in America is NOT surprised by this, but because he finally came out and…

This helped me, SO much! I will now be slightly-more-enlightened when I hear the “news” or people around me talking about it. Thanks, Hank!

I want to read TFiOS…

But feel like I may not be able to handle it without being near my girlfriend / be able to function for classes during / afterward.

Cause I’m susceptible to feeling things.

But-but, It’s snowing this week—maybe I can build an igloo for us nerdfighters where we can escape the world and be all post-TFiOS with each other, and be in an awesome igloo at the same time.

fishingboatproceeds:

thewhovianpotterhead:

A formula for teen relationships. 

A really nice explanation of Colin’s Theorem from my novel An Abundance of Katherines. The theorem really works (not because of anything I did but because it was created by noted mathematician and state representative Daniel Biss), and it’s surprisingly accurate, although of course imperfect.
One side note: The formula completely fails if you make the Dumper/Dumpee differential zero, which was a joke that Daniel and I put into the formula, our thought being that if you think hard enough, the dumper/dumpee differential is NEVER zero.

5FOREVER REBLOG!

fishingboatproceeds:

thewhovianpotterhead:

A formula for teen relationships. 

A really nice explanation of Colin’s Theorem from my novel An Abundance of Katherines. The theorem really works (not because of anything I did but because it was created by noted mathematician and state representative Daniel Biss), and it’s surprisingly accurate, although of course imperfect.

One side note: The formula completely fails if you make the Dumper/Dumpee differential zero, which was a joke that Daniel and I put into the formula, our thought being that if you think hard enough, the dumper/dumpee differential is NEVER zero.

5FOREVER REBLOG!

[..]because nerds like us are allowed to be un-ironically enthusiastic about stuff. We don’t have to be like ‘oh yeah that purse is okay’ or ‘yeah..i like that bands *early* stuff’. Nerds are allowed to love stuff like jump-up-and-down-in-the-chair-cant-control-yourself love it. Hank, when people call people nerds, mostly what they’re saying is ‘you like stuff’. Which is just not a good insult at all like ‘you are just too enthusiastic about the miracle of human consciousness’
John Green (via chocolate-from-lupin)

{And that’s why I haven’t been insulted by the term “nerd”}