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Aaron Philip

Hidden in Tumblr’s bottomless trove of illustrated quotations, posts debunking falsely attributed illustrated quotations, pornography and obsessively composed photos of huckleberry muffins, is a blog written by a twelve-year-old from the Bronx named Aaron Philip.

The earnest voice of his Tumblr blog, Aaronverse, caught the attention of Tumblr’s 27-year-old chief executive, David Karp. In June, Mr. Karp met with the young blogger at the company’s office in the Flatiron district for an hour and a half, to talk about his blog and his life with cerebral palsy [see video below]. Read this rest of this article at The New York Times

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