18 Free Awesome Tumblr Style WordPress Themes

1. Stumblr MicroBlog Theme

A free Tumblr style WordPress theme ideal for Microblogging photos & video.

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2. Launch Tumblog Style

A free, super-awesome, tumblog style theme. Launch is a sweet little theme for the personal blogger who likes to blog in style. Provides support for your own self-hosted video, audio, images, galleries, asides, links, quotes and of course good old standard posts.

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3. BonPress

BonPress is the perfect personal blog theme. Packed with Post Formats (audio, video) feature and multiple Custom Widgets, like Twitter, Flickr, will offer you a unique experience from blogging.

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4. Buttercream

Buttercream is a sweet treat for your blog or website. This theme supports all post formats, an optional responsive design for smaller screens (perfect for iPhone, iPad and other mobile devices), custom backgrounds, a custom pop-up menu and three widget-ready sidebars in the footer.

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5. Vintage Camera

Vintage Camera is a snazzy illustrated microblogging theme. Perfect for the photoblogger, camera enthusiast, or anyone who wants a sleek vintage look for their blog.

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6. Pachyderm

Pachyderm is a whimsical tumblog-style theme  supporting all post formats, featured images, optional right sidebar, drop-down menu, flexible header image, custom backgrounds, and a responsive layout for mobile devices.

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7.  Esquire

An elegant and bold theme featuring multiple, visually distinct, Post Formats. Designed by Matthew Buchanan and inspired by the art direction of Esquire magazine.

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8. Tumblog Frosty

Tumblog Frosty is a concise Tumblr-like theme with dark color tone. This is the first one of a series made by hostucan. More will come in future. It’s a excellent theme for blogs related to art, life, travel etc.

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9. Tumblog Fashion

Fashion is a excellent theme for photo gallery, music or  video sharing blogs.

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10. Casual WordPress Theme

Casual is a free WordPress tumblog theme with infinite color options and a friendly, personal layout.

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11. TumblePress

As simple as Tumblr, as powerful as WordPress

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12. Garuda Di Dadaku

Garuda Di Dadaku is a free Tumblog style WordPress themes brought to you by WPCharity. Actually it is built on the same TwentyTen theme, so it is another child theme.

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13.  Salju

Salju is a vivacious WordPress theme that features falling snowflakes and a snowman. It is very niche specific and could only be used for a Winter season.tumblr style wordpress themes 13 18 Free Awesome Tumblr Style WordPress Themes

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14. Quade

Quade is a tumblog wordpress theme that mimics the features and function of a Tumblr theme. Tumblr system allows to easily post and share different type of contents like Post text, photos, quotes, links, music, chats, and videos.

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15. Ubert

Ubert is a  wordpress themes with features similar to Tumblr sites. You can post different contents like, asides, link, video, audio, images, chats, quotes etc and each of these contents types are presented differently.

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16. Diavlo

This is a monochromatic, lightweight and minimalistic tumblog wordpress theme. It is also seasoned with a dash of CSS3 magic. You will see that when you hover over the post type icons.

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17. Quantez

Quantez is tumblog wordpress theme type. Tumblog themes are wordpress themes with features similar to Tumblr sites. You can post different contents like, asides, link, video, audio, images,  quotes etc and each of these contents types are presented differently. This tumblog theme uses WordPress ‘post formats’ to manage these different content types.

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18. Gordon

This is our new tumblog theme. This is a very minimalistic and light weight theme maintaining a professional and well balanced layout and typography.

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Kasab today, Sayeed tomorrow?

 

Ajmal Kasab hanged

It’s done.
The man who was smiling as he gunned down scores of people, including three senior Mumbai policemen during the terrorist siege of that city four years ago, has finally been sent to meet his maker.
I know the arguments against the death sentence. The first one is, ‘What happens when you execute an innocent man?’ It has been known to happen. And then comes: ‘Who gave us the right to play God?’
Yet I have always believed that serial rapists and child molesters deserve not just death, but a painful one.  Add psychopathic Pakistani terrorists to that list.
Because in all these cases, the survivors carry that trauma around for the rest of their lives. The least they deserve is to know that the person responsible is not liable to released from jail for good conduct.
So what if this execution appears to be cold-bloodedly politically motivated?
According to a Supreme Court ruling of 1983, only “the rarest of rare cases” merit the death sentence.  These include pre-meditated murder and waging war against the nation. The court also is debating putting policemen convicted of faking ‘encounter killings’ and those responsible for ‘honour killings’, but it is yet to be made law.
But if the government is expecting jubilant celebrations – translatable into votes next year – all around, it is likely to disappointed.
New external affairs minister Salman Khurshid perhaps knew this when he declared that this execution was ‘just the beginning.’
To be fair, our government has, with American assistance, managed to extradite a few key players in the 26/11 terrorist strike, including an Indian, Abu Jindal, a handler who was present in the control room in Karachi during the attack.
But the information gleaned from him only adds to the mountain of information our security agencies have collected proving Pakistani complicity in the attack, which is sent out regularly as dossiers which the Pakistani officials probably use as paperweights, if not something grosser.  The fact that Pakistan refused to accept Kasab’s corpse, and thus his Pakistani identity, speaks for itself.
I doubt that the sneering references to ‘the rule of law’ existing in India, as opposed to Pakistan, will have much impact either. Denial is the name of their game.
There are arguments that the execution destroys the only ‘living proof’ of Pakistani involvement. But that argument holds weight only if such proof actually had much impact in Pakistan.
Which is why I think our government cancelling the visit of Pakistan’s interior minister to ostensibly save him the ‘embarrassment’ of being on Indian soil during the hanging was a mistake. He should have been here.
Instead, reports say we sent a letter to the Pakistan High Commission, and to Kasab’s family in Pakistan through courier, and had confirmation that it had been received.
No, I am not raining on the government’s parade. Of course Kasab deserved to die. Let’s not downgrade the importance, the significance of the event.
And of course his death with bring some solace, if not closure, to those whose lives were shattered during that two-day macabre dance of terror in Mumbai. Every little step helps.
But the sight of vultures trying to get political mileage from this sickens me to the bone.
Look at how the Shiv Sena in Mumbai is marking it as a tribute to their recently departed leader.
Yes, Kasab deserved to die. He had it coming.
Me, I’ll only celebrate when the same thing happens to Hafiz Sayeed.