This is really funny: (via The Daily Beast) Joseph... →
Being innovative isn’t as much a quirk nowadays as much as a necessity.– Connie, interviewed for Dazed and Confused I like this idea as I think it taps into something very important for my generation. Specifically, there is a greater emphasis on creating and implementing your own vision rather than working through others’ models. The internet, as I’ve often said before,...
You wanna be really great? Then have the courage to fail big and stick around....– Elizabethtown (via julie911)
@danielraffel: “gmail lab idea that i hope someone runs with: turn off the...– via @peterrojas
Why "Old School Nick":
britticisms: I thought I’d make this very public statement as to why oldschoolnick is so important to me since I haven’t posted anything on the site in a couple of days: On the one hand, the site serves the purpose of nostalgia for nostalgia’s sake. The feeling is comforting. I feel at ease with images that represent a time in my life when I didn’t know or understand the complexities of the...
This guy’s videos are so great
Thoughts on Facebook by Natalia Ilyin
somethingchanged: My real problem with Facebook is that, unliked Linked-In, which is basically a resume service and has no pretence to warmth, Facebook gives us the illusion that we have real, working relationships. It allows us to “keep up” with people without actually doing the hard work of interacting with them. With Facebook, we can avoid the back and forth of real conversation—posts are not...
Amazing to think 5 years ago Facebook operated from a dorm room. Now Iran blocks...– @bmorrissey
All sorts of half-forgotten acquaintances and abandoned friendships reappear in...– James, a 28-year-old student, quoted in “Welcome to Your Quarterlife Crisis,” EYE WEEKLY, which concludes, “Nothing could be more alienating to someone in the midst of a crisis than a tool like Facebook.” (via somethingchanged)
I officially: 1. Just made a lot of Amanda Mooney’s around the world (are there a lot?) really angry 2. Can never get married and/or change my name 3. Am owned by Zuckerberg
On my last assignment as an undergraduate:
britticisms: I just finished it. The paper is completed and ready to be put in my professor’s mailbox. This calls for a celebration, or at least a bottle of wine. I remember this feeling so well. Congrats Britt!
"We wandered up the street. Paul- mid-sized, bald,...
-My Life in France by Julia Child
I didn’t know someone could be so annoying in a 140 characters or less.– J. (via allthatglittersispink)
Just bought this book. I think I'm going to fall...