And we are put on earth a little space, That we may learn to bear the beams of...– William Blake, Songs of Innocence (via psychotherapy)
Yellow Ostrich in Paste Magazine! →
Yay, Alex Schaaf!
How can young women feel confident about entering public life [politics] when...– Natasha Walter (Living Dolls: The Return of Sexism) Sadly, I cannot think of one female politician who has not been criticized for her physical looks or clothing choices… no one seems to be happy with them; they’re either ‘ugly,’ ‘too frumpy,’ ‘too...
That would make life too easy....
Wouldn’t it be great if Mac’s ‘Stickies’ could be attached to a particular program. So say you have one for iTunes, when you open iTunes the ‘sticky’ would be there reminding you of something… like where you left off on ‘The Great iTunes Purge of 2010.’
I am an empathetic and caring person. I am the ‘Dublin Mom.’ I plan your trips and give up my weekends to supervise them. I keep the academic centre open extended hours so you can study. I suggest cool things for you to do when you want to blow off your homework. I (mostly) put up with you being loud in the courtyard in the wee hours. I go to the hospital if you get sick or hurt...
THE ESSENTIAL MAN: On the Downsides of Experience →
theessentialman: Bob McKim is a Professor of Design at Stanford University, heading the Joint Program in Design, one of the most prestigious design schools in the world (since its creation in 1958, the program has only had about 300 graduates). McKim highly researched creativity, the process and nature of it,…
It can be dangerous, particularly childhood vaccinations, for example. That’s a...– Professor Brian Cox (via macmankev)
The world is a book, and those who do not travel only read a page– St. Augustine (via uniformitarianism)
Why You Look Different in Photos Than You Do in... →
The You you’re most familiar with, then, is actually an exact opposite of how you look to others. Granted, it’s an intuitive reversal, so it doesn’t bother us when we see it, but it implants a self-image that’s intrinsically wrong.
All that we are is a result of what we have thought ::Buddha– Positive thinking from here on out.
A man’s as miserable as he thinks he is.– Seneca - Roman Stoic Philosopher (via theessentialman)