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4chan is a simple image-based bulletin board where anyone can post comments and share images. There are boards dedicated to a variety of topics, from Japanese animation and culture to videogames, music, and photography. Users do not need to register an account before participating in the community. Feel free to click on a board that interests you and jump right in!


Hey Guys, Looking For an Alternative to Pinterest? Try these sites.

Hey guys, do you think Pinterest is to girly? Don’t feel lonely. So do alot of others. CNN has come along to help us out so we have more of a choice.

Dudepins - Dudepins, social sharing online pin board for men. Pins for men. All things manly and gentleman like. Stuff for guys.

Manteresting - is dedicated to bringing you the most interesting and relevant images on the internet that highlight awesome man stuff. All content is 100% user submitted! Our members use MANteresting to connect with their friends, discover new websites, and to organize and store their favorite pictures, tutorials and DIY guides. Give us a chance, you won’t be disappointed.

PunchPin - PunchPin is a social board for guys to share all kinds of manly stuff that guys like – it’s the best time waster for guys online.

Gentlemint - Gentlemint is a mint of manly things. “…one of the more manly websites on the planet” ~ American Moustache Institute Get Started

Dartitup - Dartitup is an image-based social content aggregator with a predominantly male audience. The Dartitup community scours the web in search of cool products, news and information.

* Unlike Pinterest, however, these sites have fewer photos of wedding dresses and more pics of beards, babes, guns, Harleys and bottles of whiskey. Continue Reading →


Remember Building 7

Remember Building 7 is a non-partisan campaign led by 9/11 family members to raise awareness of the destruction of World Trade Center Building 7 so that public pressure will compel the New York City Council and Manhattan District Attorney to open a new investigation.

In the fall of 2010, the campaign raised $100,000 to run ads on cable television throughout the New York Metropolitan Area. The first TV ad featured four 9/11 family members and aired 580 times from November 2 through December 5, reaching an estimated one million unique viewers an average of 8 times each. The campaign also attracted some media coverage, reaching several million more viewers on Geraldo Rivera and Judge Andrew Napolitano’s shows.

A second TV ad was released online in March 2011 featuring four 9/11 family members, two engineers and two architects. The campaign again succeeded in raising $100,000 to run more ads in June 2011, reaching another one million unique viewers.

The campaign also commissioned a Siena poll in May 2011 that found 48% of New Yorkers would be in favor of the New York City Council or Manhattan District Attorney opening a new Building 7 investigation.

Now the campaign is striving to raise $1 million – the amount needed to reach 50% of the New York Metro Area and 2 million people in other major cities. This sudden surge in awareness will generate the amount of public discussion needed to bring about a new investigation.