John Maeda issued the third Design in Tech Report.
Support the small companies you ❤, as they probably can't afford to advertise. Don't underestimate the power of your product mentions!
— Tina Roth Eisenberg (@swissmiss) March 13, 2017
“I’m not upset that you lied to me, I’m upset that from now on I can’t believe you.”
― Friedrich Nietzsche
The Creators’ Code:
1, Find your love.
2, Chase work, not money.
3, Execute well.
4, Work with great people.
5, Great coffee helps.
— Hiut Denim Co (@hiutdenim) February 22, 2017
This is is remarkably fascinating: Squid speak a unique, undeciphered language using their skin
“The surprising finding is that the closest, most intimate, and most trusting relationships appear to be distinguished not by how the partners respond to each other’s disappointments, losses, and reversals but how they react to good news.”
– The Myths of Happiness
A quote found in this article titled: This Is How To Make Friends As An Adult: 5 Secrets Backed By Research
Nail-clipping history, it turns out, is surprisingly complicated. We might never find out who actually invented the ubiquitous modern nail clipper, but we do know that around 1875, patents for the modern nail clipper began to appear.
I am mostly fascinated by the fact that by the end of the 19th century, superstitions about how and when to trim fingernails were pretty common. People couldn’t cut their fingernails on weekends out of fear that it might lead to back luck.
Here’s a link to the full post The Long, Slightly Strange History Behind Fingernail Clipping by Ernie Smith.
“Self-education is, I firmly believe, the only kind of education there is.”
– Isaac Asimov.
Thank you Open Culture for making it easy: 1200 Free Online Courses from Top Universities
“Criticism is a privilege that you earn — it shouldn’t be your opening move in an interaction…”.
Malcolm Gladwell on Criticism, Tolerance, and Changing Your Mind.
3 sets of beautiful cards with questions designed to get a group of people into exceptionally entertaining and meaningful conversations. Love this.