prints - too much water this is the first song...
But you can’t let your job define you… At 44, I’d rather be known as a good...– A refreshingly honest post from Hamish McLennan, Young & Rubicam CEO who’s stepping down to spend more time with his family. You don’t have to be a global CEO or walk away from your job to recognize there’s a lot to be learned about perspective and priorities in this post. (via arainert)
…love was sometimes like silence, beautiful but hard to bear.– Marlin Barton (Into Silence)
This country cannot afford to be materially rich and spiritually poor.– JFK
“I think you just got a glimpse at the future of education.”
When I meet someone new, I make suble hints that I...
adventuretime: Submitted by racheltbev
some of my past professors (barry, ben, jessica). jason also teaches here, although i’ve only met him, never studied under him.
Letterpress app →
do i have or plan on ever getting an ipad? nope, but this is an app worth promoting. drawnblog: project developing for preserving the great art of letterpress, in both old and new forms
The Blind Man Who Taught Himself To See →
In light of the Peter Eckert repost I made last week, here is another inspiring story about a blind man with vision. theatlantic: We know that many of you have asked to see more stories from The Atlantic in this space, but this article is too fascinating to pass up. Kish was born with an aggressive form of cancer called retinoblastoma, which attacks the retinas. To save his life, both of his...