What are the chances of you coming into being? →
youmightfindyourself: By: Ali Binazir June 15th, 2011 A little while ago I had the privilege of attending TEDx San Francisco, organized by the incomparable Christine Mason McCaull. One of the talks was by Mel Robbins, a riotously funny self-help author and life coach with a syndicated radio show. In it, she mentioned that scientists calculate the probability of your existing as you, today, at...
brookdleau: Make it rain on me.
/cities: REAL TALK →
cities: an ongoing list inspired by Stefan Sagmeister’s ‘Things I Have Learned In My Life So Far’ _ Distance provides clarity; clarity and distance are expensive. Going for a walk is generally a good idea. Dishonesty always works against me. The self and the self-concept rarely align. Forgiving is good, but you don’t have to forget. Inquire within on a regular basis. Everything deserves a...
jennilee: marco verladi & christopher nying
I believe that the reader is smarter than we give credit. Often smarter than we are. Accepting that, it makes sense not to give away too much. What is withheld matters just as much as what is revealed. The best photographs are open ended and leave room for the reader to construct their own meaning. -Harvey Benge, A few thoughts on sequencing Harvey Benge is truly one of the unsung heroes of...