But this is the central question of personhood: Is there anything more important than being whoever you actually are? The answer is probably. But the difference is negligible. (Chuck Klosterman via Making sense of the radically changed Don Draper from the season premiere of ‘Mad Men’ - Grantland)
A group of Canon commandos is sent out on a mission. Their objective: to save an innocent girl who has been taken hostage by Nikon terrorists. (via Double Exposure: Canon vs. Nikon | Trendland: Fashion Blog & Trend Magazine)
“The first couple years that you’re making stuff, what you’re making isn’t that good.” Ira Glass on Storytelling (by David Shiyang Liu)
There is a horse in the Apple Store and no one sees it but me.
I think, “Why?” What is the villain here that blinds all of these people to this situation? Am I nuts for thinking this is exceptional? Does anyone else see this? Did I accidentally drop acid and not realize? I must take a photo….
Whether or not Pinterest is a site “for women,” women make up 70%–80% of its user base and 97% of its fans on Facebook. That’s just the current reality. Meanwhile, men still do a majority of the tech blogging…and most of the men in the tech blogging world missed the boat on Pinterest. They didn’t get it, they thought it was “just for women,” and they dismissed it.