curiosity counts: In Praise of Misfits: Why... →
curiositycounts: IN 1956 William Whyte argued in his bestseller, “The Organisation Man”, that companies were so in love with “well-rounded” executives that they fought a “fight against genius”. Today many suffer from the opposite prejudice. Software firms gobble up anti-social geeks. Hedge funds hoover up…
PEG 2.0: On foodtrucks →
pegobry: The NYT’s bemusement/astonishement at the popularity of the first Paris foodtruck is a repeat of an endless phenomenon: Americans not believing that American exports (and particularly food) can be popular in France. It happens again and again. There are a few things at play here: FRENCH PEOPLE…
Wife’s screaming to her husband can be compared to radiation, her agitated state...– The Japan Atomic Energy Agency, explaining nuclear power on its website. An official later said: ”We would like to apologize for creating unpleasant feelings.” (via officialssay)
laser tattoo removals have increased by 32 percent from 2011 to 2012 alone.
Attention is like a muscle.
A dive bar is a social platform. Tumblr is for publicly sharing awful...– A graduation message from an analog dad to a digital son. (via latimes)
Dirty Beaches. Cinematography by Christopher Doyle.