Think about the limitedness of your life. We’re only on this Earth for a short while, and it’s an exceedingly miraculous gift. Don’t waste it. Make something. Do something. Learn something. Go outside. Make friends. Drink the juices of life. Don’t allow your life to seep away through digital distraction. Live consciously by deciding how … Continue reading Think about the limitedness of your life …
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Interesting articles I reads this morning… Solitude is a lost art in these days of ultra-connectedness and The more connected a person becomes on the Internet, the more distractions they face in their day. Sort of a paradox for me because one of my favorite solitary activities is web surfing. The problem with surfing is … Continue reading Distractions / Connections
People who see the iPad can’t control their desire to buy one, because they’re so cool! Good article by Leo I'm not so "hard core" as he is but he does bring up many good points. He's right, I would buy an iPad if I could afford one but the truth is I don't really … Continue reading People who see the iPad can’t control …
Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway (or, the Privatization of the English Language) | Zen Habits – This was referenced in the wikipedia article about Leo. I gotta say the man has BALLS ! You go Leo ! I understand that authors and everyone else has to make a living but a lot of … Continue reading feel the fear and just do it !
One of the most striking things about my trip to Japan was how thin everyone was. I kept saying to my family, “There are no fat Japanese!”