Home sweet home >_<
While I was sitting in meditation trying to sit still, I kept thinking about this funny weird game I used to play with myself when I was little: I’d lay in bed on my back for as long as I could, feeling the urge to move grow ever stronger. I’d hold it and hold it, staying as still as possible, until finally I couldn’t take it anymore and I’d move my body out in every direction. That’s what meditation felt like at first.
Saying Hello To My Ball of Anxiety — Stop Being Afraid of Making Something Bad and Something Good Will Happen — Medium
We now have a young generation who are having to ‘surf the chaos’ so to speak, who are ‘scanning’ their way through events and images, reading life from its surface. There seems to be no time to develop depth.
David Bowie, 1995 (via jackrusher)
I dont buy this. The assumption being that old world depth is something worth clinging to.
Perhaps skimming along the top yields unforeseen perspectives? Who can say what advantages non-investment in any single perspective may bring.
The only thing we can say for certain is that we’ve just started down a new path. Where it takes us who can say?
This Man Received No Jail Time …What Does This Say To You ?
Still the Greatest (and Coldest) Moment in All-Star History, and I’ll post this GIF every year because it’s the only thing that matters. #GotEmCoach
"So which one of you guys is coming in second?"
I think about this a lot.
Hat by @joncontino shades by Tens
Electric Objects Creative Director
two things are happening:
1. I’m going full-time as EO’s creative director for a few months
2. Part of my job is to replace myself
So, I’m looking for a great designer to hand Electric Objects over to.
- have designed brands
- have designed interfaces
- have designed social interfaces
- have designed ecommerce interfaces
- have designed packaging
- are interested in art
- have created art
- have style and taste
- have experience building teams
• The job is in NYC
• The pay and equity are competitive
• EO will help the right person relocate
• Future prospects for the company are ridiculous
• You’d be working directly with Jacob Bijani, who is a total badass engineer/designer and super nice guy
• For better or worse you’d be working directly with me for the first while as we transition things.
This is a no joke opportunity.
If this sounds like the right move, email me directly:
I just wrote a press release:
"Svpply was a landmark internet fashion community that’s now being shutdown by Ebay. Its former designer and CEO is resurrecting it with help from friends and an already-successful Kickstarter campaign.
Between the design concepts and their thoughts on Smallness, it seems clear that the new Very Goods stands to shake up the fashion and tech industries as much as its predecessor.
If this sounds interesting you better act fast, there’s only 2 days to act before the site closes its membership doors until 2016.
You can see and read all about it at http://verygoods.co”
(Source: noblette, via mm-dd-yyyy)
This is happening.
Very Goods, the new Svpply’s Kickstarter is at 98%. 10 days to go. Feels good man.
Try this at home
1. Open iPhoto
2. Go to “Photos”, the grid view of all the photos you’ve taken
3. Scroll all the way up and click on the earliest photo
4. Enlarge it so its the only photo you’re looking at
5. Hold down the right arrow key and you should start to see the images pass by rapidly
If your collection is like mine, you’ll see a short film of your recent life.
I cried and smiled so hard :( :)
There are a few things I have witnessed becoming obsolete in the past few years, the first being autographs. I haven’t been asked for an autograph since the invention of the iPhone with a front-facing camera. The only memento ‘kids these days’ want is a selfie. It’s part of the new currency, which seems to be ‘how many followers you have on Instagram.’
Taylor Swift, on the future of the music business. Yes, I just quoted Taylor Swift. But it’s an interesting point about autographs and selfies. (via parislemon)
This is it, right? That moment where the modern world stops making sense and I can just get old and lose touch and listen to old vinyl and everyone will leave me alone?(via secondverse)
Unlike most brewers, Mikkel doesn’t own a brewery.
Mikkel draws up detailed instructions for these fabricators to follow — specifying malt quantity to the milligram, mash schedule to the minute, bitterness to the I.B.U. — and the first time he tastes his own beer is usually when the brewer sends him a shipment and an invoice. “I don’t enjoy making beer,” he says. “I like making recipes and hanging out.”
This way of working is known as “phantom brewing” or “gypsy brewing,” and Mikkel is one of its best-known practitioners.
A Fight Is Brewing - NYTimes.com
(great article in general_
/via andrew golis
A problem keeps a solution “honest,” so to speak.
These ideas are all derived from philosophical arguments. The last reflects the fact that solutions embody explanations, and easy-to-vary explanations, according to the physicist-philosopher David Deutsch, are inferior to hard-to-vary explanations, for complex reasons he describes in his work.
Product Design 001 — Medium
Fascinating thought. Slowly reading this post by Mills.
Here’s a link to Deutsch book: The Beginning of Infinity: Explanations That Transform the World