After a making a few posts in the series, it seemed like 10,000 notes would be a good cutoff point. I was only interested in images that seemed out of place in this rarified Tumblr air, which, to be a bit cynical, involves some combination of Nikes, weed or partial female nudity. What is a photograph of a bookshelf or a rather plain unmade bed doing there? Each time I profiled an image, I would take a screenshot of a couple of places it had been reblogged, in order to get some sort of idea of the context in which the image was now appearing. This often led to somewhat strange combinations, like a photograph of 80s skater kids showing up next to a big cupcake. Apart from such cheap thrills, looking through dozens of Tumblrs at a time was an educational experience, in the sense that it educated me about the way that Tumblr users interact with content. I was fascinated to find an entire blog devoted to photographs of boats and oceans, and another which showed photos of the White Stripes—and Bay Area highways. Whatever you're into, there's a Tumblr for that.