This prosthetic transforms your hand into a tool pic.twitter.com/hgdygeYQLG
— Mashable (@mashable) October 11, 2017
I would totally take an extra thumb. Yes please.
Confidence is silent. Insecurities are loud.
— banksy (@thereaIbanksy) October 7, 2017
“Creativity is paying attention and putting a light on things we might otherwise overlook.” — Wendy MacNaughton
Pleasure is short-term, addictive and selfish. It’s taken, not given. It works on dopamine.
Happiness is long-term, additive and generous. It’s giving, not taking. It works on serotonin.
Read Seth Godin’s full post on this topic.
This CreativeMornings talk by Paola Mendoza, Artistic Director of the WomensMarch, moved me to tears. Please, give it 20mins of your time. It will light a fire in your creative heart.
“It is the creative community’s responsibility to reopen the heart of America.”
– Paola Mendoza
People of Craft is a growing showcase of creatives of color and their craft in design, advertising, tech, illustration, lettering, art, and more. I absolutely love this! Thank you for creating this resource, Timothy Goodman and Amelie Lamont.
"Stay out of politics" isn't a choice now for athletes, writers, comedians. We're citizens. Our nation is in trouble. To respond is to care.
— Elizabeth Gilbert (@GilbertLiz) September 24, 2017
“If you go off into a far, far forest and get very quiet, you’ll come to understand that you’re connected with everything.”
– Alan Watts
“A single change can happen overnight, but nothing is going to suddenly transform culture. Culture is cumulative—it’s composed of all previous decisions made by a group of people. Bit by bit, a company can make different trade-offs, and over time, this is how culture turns around.”
“Utka Eskimos have no concept of “Anger.” The Tahitians have no concept of “Sadness.” This last item is very difficult for Westerners to accept… life without sadness? Really? When Tahitians are in a situation that a Westerner would describe as sad, they feel ill, troubled, fatigued, or unenthusiastic, all of which are covered by their broader term pe’ape’a.”
I am having so many feelings looking at these images titled The Uncomfortable, a series of inconvenient household items designed by Katerina Kampran.
Professional Poker Player Liv Boeree believes that Poker does a great job of making you figure out where you are in the moment and not live either too much in the past or the present. Made me think.
So many great suggestions in the comments to this question on what relationship books to read when entering a marriage, posted by Amit Gupta.
“Keep your eye on the donut, not on the hole.”
– David Lynch
“A life that doesn’t include hard-won accomplishment and triumph over obstacles may not be a satisfying one. There is something deeply fulfilling — even thrilling — in doing almost anything difficult extremely well. There is a joy and pride that come from pushing yourself to another level or across a new frontier. A life devoted only to the present — to feeling good in the now — is unlikely to deliver real fulfillment. The present moment by itself it too small, too hollow. We all need a future. Something beyond and greater than our own present gratification, at which to aim or feel we’ve contributed.”
— The Triple Package
Found in this article: If It Doesn’t Suck, It’s Not Worth Doing
This movie scene from Adaption made me gasp:
“You are what you love, not what loves you.
– Charlie Kaufman”
So much yes. YES!
There’s no such thing as a 15 minute call, or coffee, or meeting with someone you don’t really know.
I keep coming back to this article by Jason Fried