I am completely smitten by this collection of videos created by Dina Amin. On Fridays she picks a random product, disassembles it, examines it and makes a stop motion story with its parts. This is delightful!
Love hearing fellow founders tell their stories. In this case Sarah Krauss, founder of S’well bottles.
Now I am wondering, how do I get a call from one of the Oprah Magazine editors to run an article about Tattly?
“Minimalism is not the lack of something. It is simply the perfect amount of something.”
— Najahyia Chinchilla
From this this CreativeMornings talk
In case you ever wondered what the fastest way is to alphabetize your bookshelf. Now you know.
Toio, Sony’s new toy for kids is designed to inspire a future generation of robotics engineers.
We too often imagine that ‘good conversations’ are things we fall into out of luck. According to the School of Life it’s far from it, knowing how to have a good conversation is a skill that can be learnt – and here are the beginning of the rules.
An audiovisual piece made up of over four thousand still images pulled from Google Earth, individually edited, and then manually sequenced to Midnight by Caravan Palace.
(Thank you Amirah)
“If you’re going to have an argument with someone, the best way to do it is to assume they can teach you something.”
– Celeste Headlee
Quote from a conversation between Celeste Headlee and Janet Lee in this article. And here’s Celeste’s TED Talk, 10 ways to have a better conversation.
A few years back my friend Maria of Brain Pickings pointed me to Tara Brach’s guided meditations. They have carried me through some difficult times and I can’t thank Tara enough for so generously offering these podcasts for free. This morning, I listened to the above talk on relaxing the over-controller and it really hit home. Watch the talk and then enjoy the guided meditation at the end. It’s just what I needed. Maybe some of you do too…