Maria Popova waxing on why I feel ok with not having immediate political opinions in the age of information: We live in a world awash with information, but we seem to face a growing scarcity of wisdom. And what’s worse, we confuse the two. We believe that having access to more information produces more knowledge, […]
Pixar’s Inside Out didn’t initially gut punch me as much as previous Pixar films. Sure, I cried. Nay, I muffle bawled. But that’s par for the course for stories coming out of the Emeryville, CA based animation studio. I do, however, find myself thinking about the film far more than any of their previous films. The story is a master […]
I had this perceptions that these minimal segway came out of nowhere and have yet to see any concentrated marketing around them. Invented and sold in a vaccum. Turns out I wasn’t off base.
I haven’t had this much fun swiping left since the last time I borrowed someone’s Tinder account, and half the fun was pretending to be a woman. Ask me later. I highly recommend downloading Unroll.me, an extremely powerful inbox cleansing service that’s been around for a hot minute as a web based service. The […]
“What are you doing right now and how does it make you feel” – some human I can’t recall who put that little nugget in my head, but it lives on my office whiteboard as “Go Mau Go” motivation and ethical compass. A month ago, I would find myself on Facebook and Reddit, scrolling infinitely, […]