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Things that matter, things you can control… via the wonderfull Behavior Gap.
Will Farrell Outtakes… Wayyyy too many good giggles and squirts not to post. Enjoy!\
“You know, I do know how to prepare for old age. Never have a job, because if you have a job someday someone will take it away from you and then you will be unprepared for your old age. For me, it has always been the same every since the age of 12. I wake up in the morning and I try to figure out how am I going to put bread on the table today? It is the same at 75, I wake up every morning and I think how am I going to put bread on the table today? I am exceedingly well prepared for my old age.” John Cage
via Milton Glaser
Well, I have a bit of a confession to make here: I don’t at all anymore and haven’t for a long time. I’ve actually been using Textile) all these years for all my writing. I just said I use markdown ‘cause all the cool kids use markdown and I’m easily susceptible to peer pressure.
“The key to your happiness is to own your slippers, own who you are, own how you look, own your family, own the talents you have, and own the ones you don’t. If you keep saying your slippers aren’t yours, then you’ll die searching, you’ll die bitter, always feeling you were promised more. Not only our actions, but also our omissions, become our destiny.” Abraham Verghese
I recently tweeted: I am so hungry these days to learn more about good design…
Then a friend tweeted back: What kind of good design?
This post is sort of a free-flow answer to that question. I could try to organize it, but I don’t have time for that… er… I mean… this is really well thought out art!
Recently I’ve undergone a bit of a re-evaluation of my stuff, my stuff I do for a living, my direction, my center/core, my reason to be, my way to be reasoning.
“One of the signs of a damaged ego is absolute certainty.” Milton Glaser
This article is great, truly. Such class and charisma and home-cooked, ruddy wisdom. Milton Glaser – Ten Things I Have Learned.
“… as a designer, hell, as ANY type of craftsman, you are responsible for what you help to put in the world. You are defined by the clients you take on, and you can only stand as proud as the work you do and its benefit to society entitles you.” Mike Montiero
“Your job is to explain how what they’re looking at is the best way to achieve their goals.” Mike Monteiro
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