Any regrets? Always. There isn’t a project I’ve worked on that I wouldn’t do at...– Kurt Busiek interview (via Karen)
No one works at three in the afternoon. Nothing has ever happened in the world...– /Karen/
Seth's Blog: The hierarchy of presentations →
Read this if you ever have cause to get up and speak to a group of people. Especially point 4 and 5.
Modern life is broken — why? - Boing Boing
Pump Up The Volume Review →
Excellent review of one of my favourite movies from my adolescence. I like the way they review the movie through the soundtrack.
yeti knight adventures →
so incredible we blogged it twice.
Ólafur Arnalds - 'Found Songs' →
On April 20, NPR.org will stream the highly anticipated St. Vincent album...– St. Vincent
Twitter client built to look like an Excel spreadsheet, for corporate office stealth tweets. Inspired.
… how could our actions be seen within a larger context of human connection that emerges from the complexity of the city itself? To answer these questions, I built robots.
The Pursuit of Laziness « xkcd →
WWdN: In Exile: kyle + rosemary is finally online →
This is great!
Snowflaking - A Primer | I've Paid For This Twice... →
Will I ever work this stuff out? *sigh* Though this seems like as good a method as any…
hypnotically amazing. you get this strange sense of lives being lived in all their minutiae around the world. the mundane and the brilliant, the poetic and the prosaic, all in one beautifully scrolling window.
Martin Amis described one of the bleakest evenings of his life as watching Four...– Yet another horror film worthy of the flick | smh.com.au
Systems often fail, Ms. Black said, because people trying to get organized put...– Great article on ways of organising your office. Custom Solutions to Office Clutter - NYTimes.com
Top 10 Home Office Hacks | Lifehacker Australia →
I especially agree with point 8 - getting a really, seriously comfy chair. Now that I have one (even if I already broke one of the arms) it has made my workplace comfort increase by about a gazillion percent. If there was such a thing.
But I have a feeling every good writer, regardless of background, doubts his own...– The Believer - Interview with David Simon
We had to put a red bell on our ninjacat to prevent the regular hallway ambushes. But sometimes a ninjacat needs to work on her vertical jumps (and I wasn’t doing anything else…other than procrastinating…)
Visions and Revisions: William Zinsser on his... →
I should read this again.
The Sola Panel | The mathematical formula for... →
I very much appreciated and enjoyed Ben Pfahlert’s post (and I don’t even like maths! (well it has very little to do with maths)). Give it a read.