A wonderfully insightful conversation between Seth Godin and the lovely Krista Tippett: The Art of Noticing, and Then Creating.
ON BEING is one of my all-time favorite podcasts. If you’re not familiar with it, you should put it on your radar.
I just spent a ridiculous amount of time designing monsters with Tinybop’s Monster app.
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The above pictured unusual nook in a this Japanese house makes me swoon. The Japanese aesthetic always gets to my heart.
Jaw-dropping drone video of surfers off the coast of Teahupo’o in Tahiti. Wow!
“. . . may you have the courage to listen to the voice of desire that disturbs you when you have settled for something safe.”
– John O’Donahue
Jung Soo Park has created a digital gallery of pixelated interpretations of iconic designs. Made me smile.
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31. Live in “day-tight compartments.”
32. How to face trouble:
a. Ask yourself, “What is the worst that can possibly happen?”
b. Prepare to accept the worst.
c. Try to improve on the worst.
33. Remind yourself of the exorbitant price you can pay for worry in terms of your health.
This post is full of gems: How to Overcome Worry and Be a Friendlier Person
“… Action will bring the evidence to your doorstep.”
From one of Jenny Holzer’s ’15 Inflammatory Essays’.
Kodak will be releasing a new super 8 camera designed by Yves Behar. The camera has the ability to shoot in a digital format as well as traditional super 8 film cartridges.
“…The work of a professional isn’t to recreate thrills. It’s to show up and do the work. To continue the journey you set out on a while ago. To make the change you seek to make in the universe.
Thrilling is fine. Mattering is more important.”
“We were too stubborn to quit and now we make more audio cassettes than eve before!” – The King of Analog
“Whatever you think you can do or believe you can do, begin it. Action has magic, grace and power in it.”
Had to remind myself of this clip by Julia Butterfly Hill: “When you say you’re throwing something away? Where is away?”