An essay and excerpt from Tim Kreider’s “We Learn Nothing“.
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Mr.Bingo launched a fun new service for single people: Receive a bespoke piece of hand drawn art, in form of a Valentine’s Card, signed and created (with love) by Mr Bingo. Only drawback, it’s £40. But, thumbs up for the awesome idea.
A camera that won’t allow you to take a photo that thousands of others already have taken photos of, based on geo-tagging. Interesting concept.
(via Joe Gebbia)
It’s a houseboat made out of oil tank. I am weirdly intrigued by this.
I am definitely gravitating towards the absurd these days in order to distract and cope with the madness here in the U.S.
“Choose to be optimistic, it feels better.”
– Dalai Lama XIV
Your friends might think you love to read but nope, you just like to eat! This Lunch Box Book made me laugh.
Man Ray Revolving Doors handkerchief made by Third Drawer Down Studio using collage artworks created in New York from 1916-1917.
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Given the current political climate here in the U.S. I should wear this heart 24/7.
(photo by Jordan)
“I believe our future depends powerfully on how well we understand this cosmos in which we float like a mote of dust in the morning sky.”
– Carl Sagan
(via Open Culture)
This is not a question of politics, of Left vs. Right. This is a question of human decency, human dignity and the soul of our nation.
— J.M. DeMatteis (@JMDeMatteis) January 28, 2017
Piano. Push. Play. rescues pianos and puts them on the street for everybody to enjoy. I love everything about this!
“Activism is my rent for living on the planet.”
― Alice Walker
“Marriage: a hopeful, generous, infinitely kind gamble taken by two people who don’t know yet who they are or who the other might be, binding themselves to a future they cannot conceive and have carefully omitted to investigate.”
The Course of Love, by Alain de Botton