The before-and-after difference in Henry’s mental awareness when listening to music from his past is phenomenal.
This 100 seconds of Steve Jobs dispensing his thoughts on life is probably something we should all listen to every morning.
I’m no artist or creative genius, but this New York Times article by Susan Cain pretty much sums up the work environment I’ve evolved to over the past five years, or at least the setting in which I feel most creative and productive.
Had dinner with some friends tonight, including Jim Gilliam. When I got home, I re-watched his PdF 2011 “The Internet is My Religion” talk. You should, too.
Inside North Korea is an excellent National Geographic documentary that highlights Kim Jong-il’s impact on every day lives of North Koreans, the DMZ, how badly its youth are affected by malnultrition and the workings of its prison camps.
Came across this excellent hour-long interview Bill Moyers did with Buddhist nun Pema Chodron. The segment is broken into six videos and includes an overview of the Tibetan concept of shenpa.
Love the anecdote at the end about a four year-old boy born in a Cambodian prison.
The White House held a live chat discussion on federal .gov website reform and, prior to the event, they asked citizens to submit questions via Twitter and Facebook.
My question was the first one they answered.
I.O.U.S.A. is a must-watch documentary explaining in simple terms the United States government’s financial woes. Seeing the fiscal incompetence of our political leaders will end up depressing or angering you. There’s a great clip of Congressman Ron Paul calling Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan to the carpet. The visuals and graphics do an excellent job [...]