Imagine creating an imitation landingstrip, airplane, and control tower, in hopes that it would bring back gifts from the heavens.
What if the problem is in having too much choice?
The swarm of convention is a tsunami that absorbs all in its way.
Lots of people look far and wide for something they love doing. What if it's closer to home?
Imagine the excitement and thrill of realizing that they were OK—and that they had a world of opportunities unfolding before them.
I have seen Hell, and it is a shopping mall.
By treating clothing simply for what it is, you are closer to eliminating a substantial chunk of mundanity from your life.
Might achievement, as a goal unto itself, be pointless?
The joy of mixing VNC software and unsuspecting coworkers.
Brad talks about the things that lead him to lose track of time at smashLAB.
In obsessing over the wrong things, we forget to do the right things
...you’re much more likely to just stay put in your little bungalow and watch benign-seeming sitcoms.
“The average man does not want to be free. He simply wants to be safe.”
Thinking about how we swung from conservation to consumption, and the associated costs.
Perhaps it's time for us to take our lives back from email.
How much crap will you burden your loved ones with, upon passing?
I wonder if he missed the whole point, becoming the John Henry of our time.
Jobs, careers, businesses, or something other?
Buy less, experience more, and know the joy of good things.
My new blog. (If you like ideasonideas, it might be your cup of tea.) No design for now—just words.