Appreciation: 100,000K (This Is Your Moment)

Jay-Z – ‘Thank You’

Joseph B – First of all, I’d like to thank Nylles for even allowing me to get on his blog. I know that he puts a lot of work into this, so to welcome me into this is a cool thing. As a person who likes to stay conscious and informed with everything that’s going on, contributing to this blog is just feeding my interest and fascination with everything. So to me, this blog isn’t really some tedious kind of thing that I do everyday but something that I just like to do. Everything that I post is just something that shows you guys a little bit of my interests in music, movies and all the random sh*t that the internet has to offer. As cliche as this might sound, CSNW is an outlet to express who I am and what I’m about. This blog isn’t stopping here either because we’re going to take it even further and make it much better for those of you who support us daily, occasionally or whatever. As much as this blog is for us, it’s honestly more for all of you who follow us. 100k is nothing but a stepping stone to bigger and better things. CSNW ALL DAY!

Nylles – 100,000 views later. Thank You. I’m forever humbled. CSNW was never intended to get to where it is now. Although it’s still a relatively small site, it means the world to me from everyone on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr everywhere. It was really just me having a place to showcase what i like and what my friends would also be fans of. I support every dream that you guys have and this has kind of turned into another one of my “hobbies”. Ive met people and developed relationships behind me creating it. I thank and appreciate you all. The one thing you have to keep in mind is that this is a process, and it’s not going to be easy. Thats why it’s imperative that you keep you up on all of the media an everything that we post here. I also want to thank my partner is crime Joe for helping me out maintain the site and keeping things stabilized when I couldn’t get to a PC. I appreciate it man. real. The site will be going through many changes in the next couple of months from the site design, members and content. We are hard at working still trying to deliver you guys the best in music, movies, fashion and every thing else. This is YOUR moment, not ours, you guys got us here. Kepp the hits coming. THANK YOU GUYS FOR EVERYTHING! MUCH MORE IN STORE! CSNW


News: Images Of Haiti Days After The Earthquake, And Now

NPR photographer David Gilkey revisits a few key locations in Haiti, one year after a massive earthquake devastated the capital, Port-au-Prince. The quake killed more than 200,000 people and left 1.5 million homeless. Even now, the effects of the quake are everywhere. Rubble still covers much of the city, and more than 1 million people remain in improvised huts in makeshift encampments.

Editor’s Note: Some of these photographs are not suitable for all audiences.

An armed man walks through a collapsed burning building on the streets of downtown Port-au-Prince on Jan. 18, 2010. A year later the building is gone, one of the few to have been removed.

A man wielding a knife checks for looters in the ruins of a shop near downtown Port-au-Prince on Jan. 17, 2010. The collapsed roof has been removed since, and street vendors and shoppers are using the area.

A Haitian man walks past Our Lady of Assumption Catholic Church, in complete ruins in downtown Port-au-Prince Jan. 17, 2010. Very little has changed and no demolition has taken place, as seen in this Jan. 8 image.

Morgue workers walk through piled bodies at the National Hospital’s central morgue in downtown Port-au-Prince Jan. 14, 2010. The hospital is up and running, and the morgue is back to business as usual.

A man walks through the destroyed central market of downtown Port-au-Prince Jan 14, 2010. By Jan. 8, 2011, some of the rubble had been removed.