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"Rainbow Eye" Stretched Canvas by PeeGeeArts - $85.00; one day I will learn how to make something this cool.

"Rainbow Eye" Stretched Canvas by PeeGeeArts - $85.00; one day I will learn how to make something this cool.

Doc Martens natural brown steel toe boots Authentic docs. Worn only a few times, they are virtually new. They do have some little superficial bends on the tongue from storage though and a random little scratch seen in last picture. My personal favorite DMs color. Dr. Martens Shoes Combat & Moto Boots

Doc Martens natural brown steel toe boots Authentic docs. Worn only a few times, they are virtually new. They do have some little superficial bends on the tongue from storage though and a random little scratch seen in last picture. My personal favorite DMs color. Dr. Martens Shoes Combat & Moto Boots

Open Your Eyes by Alex Cherry  Prints available from $48 at Eyes On Walls #art  http://www.eyesonwalls.com/collections/fine-art-prints-by-alex-cherry/products/openyoureyes

Open Your Eyes by Alex Cherry Prints available from $48 at Eyes On Walls #art http://www.eyesonwalls.com/collections/fine-art-prints-by-alex-cherry/products/openyoureyes

Since launch of Facebook ads for brands, digital marketers’ eyes were wide stretched to witness the reaction of another social network giant, Twitter. Despite being one of the largest networks, Twitter (460 million users) hardly focused on the revenue model of the company. The whole last year Twitter was more focused to understand its users’ behavior and product adaptation. Probably that’s the reason we saw some random changes in UI, functionality, search result, recommendations and trends.

Since launch of Facebook ads for brands, digital marketers’ eyes were wide stretched to witness the reaction of another social network giant, Twitter. Despite being one of the largest networks, Twitter (460 million users) hardly focused on the revenue model of the company. The whole last year Twitter was more focused to understand its users’ behavior and product adaptation. Probably that’s the reason we saw some random changes in UI, functionality, search result, recommendations and trends.