Anyone remember Frogger? I played this for hoooooours approx 1984!
This Trash Compactor made me look. We had a similar garbage can as a kid growing up in Switzerland. They became a thing once you had to pay for each bag of garbage you put outside. Also, garbage pickup was only once a week! Imagine that, New Yorkers!
George Kao is sharing helpful questions to figure out how to describe what work you do.
97-Year-Old Philosopher Ponders the Meaning of Life: “What Is the Point of It All?” (I love his red suspenders so much!)
I watched Ram Dass’ movie Fierce Grace yesterday. It touched me deeply. If you don’t know about Ram Dass, look him up, look up his books. A beautiful soul.
Dieter Rams Lists the 10 Timeless Principles of Good Design–Backed by Music by Brian Eno
Keith Jarrett’s Köln Concert is my all-time favorite. It’s my go to when I need grounding and centering. I had *no* idea what happened leading up to the concert. As he arrived at the concert hall he noticed that the piano was out of tune. He was livid and said he couldn’t play. But he had empathy for the organizers and decided to conquer the challenge. Absolutely inspiring. He flipped a seemingly impossible situation. AIt became the most successful solo jazz album in history! Wonderful!