A blog to collect miscellany and internet things.
Aaron Swartz has committed suicide and the web is mourning and it’s a pretty sad day to be on the Continue reading
Check out the article I wrote last week for Shareable about 15 not-for-profit organizations that need your money, love and Continue reading
Shareable just has the greatest stuff. Check out Claire Kessier-Bradner’s article “The Visceral Neighborhood,” where she shares a fantastic personal story Continue reading
On the Leakiness of Surveillance Culture, the Corporate Gaze, and What That Has To Do With the New Aesthetic: “…sometimes Continue reading
Maria Popova discovered these beautiful, minimalist posters honouring women who have made important contributions to science, designed by Hydrogene. Check them Continue reading
This great piece in NOW Concordia explains “art hives” — a concept I’ve never heard about before but reminds me Continue reading
“The test of a first-rate intelligence is the ability to hold two opposed ideas in the mind at the same Continue reading
The other day one of my new professors (Dr. A. Göllner) proposed a definition so good I had to share: Continue reading
Source: Posters for Good.
This song has been playing in my apartment incessantly since Osheaga, and since I just watched the music video I Continue reading
Bryan Stevenson’s TED Talk is a masterful piece of storytelling. He manages to get away with talking about racism, injustice, Continue reading
I’m taking an online class right now and the content is surprisingly rich and engaging. There are these weekly discussion Continue reading
Thoughts about why I struggle with groups that use consensus decision making, and ways I think meetings could be more Continue reading
Rapid prototyping, living fast, and all the things that make me excited to work. Read Bre Pettis & Kio Stark’s “The Continue reading
Aaron Freeman, NPR, on planning your funeral. Beautiful. Listen to the audio clip. “You want a physicist to speak Continue reading