Bay Area Bands With FREE Downloads: Part I →
The Singularity won't be heaven: Annalee Newitz →
I’m adding a meeting” should really be “I’m subtracting an hour from your life.– Mule Design Studio’s Blog: The Chokehold of Calendars While this little rant on meetings and the value of open blocks of time is perhaps a little more relevant to jobs that require lots of long, open space in one’s day, this sentiment definitely has broad appeal.
Ryan Freitas: 35 Lessons in 35 Years →
My father always told me that the day we stop learning is the day we die. I wrote this as a sort of preparation for my 35th birthday last week. Some of these are poignant, others are simply trite; I attribute the latter to my growing sense of sentimentality as I age. That, and I need an editor. …
Hell, there are no rules here - we’re trying to accomplish something.– Thomas A. Edison
Do I contradict myself? Very well, then, I contradict myself; (I am large—I...– 14. Walt Whitman. Whitman, Walt. 1900. Leaves of Grass For me, this line has always vibrated with the deep, resonant tone of reassurance.