Follow your passion to choose your career. In all seriousness, do not do that. Do what Scott Galloway states in this video. https://youtu.be/2jIia7aXins You can fall in love with a person. But do not choose your profession based on what you are "passionate" about. Choose a profession you are good at and have some pre-disposed … Continue reading Some bad advice for you
The Ryan Reynolds commercial for Match.com is comedic genius. It just begs for an animated gif. You're welcome.
Eat a donut. Instead of a muffin. It's a healthier choice. And really that's what life is about. Not making the healthiest choice, but making incremental sustainable changes towards overall improvement. And let's be honest, you want the donut more anyway. It just got a bad rap for a long time and left you with … Continue reading Donuts Up Muffins Down
For decades the Tech industry, and society, has embraced the concept of venture capital funding. Where early investors provide funding and management knowledge and resources to grow a promising idea. A "startup" in other words. Universal Basic Income (UBI) is a guaranteed amount of money providing to people to augment their financial status and increase … Continue reading UBI is Personal Venture Capital Investment in You
It's unfortunate that everyday ordinary items are not designed with the same flourishes of detail that they were in decades of past. Whether something was a manhole cover, a pencil sharpener, or a building facade, designers, manufacturers, and builders invested great and time and expense into making things look interesting. Raubdruckerin (AKA Pirate Printer) press apparel reminds … Continue reading The World is a Stamp
Engadget published a great article on the psychology around putting eyes on a tip jar. Fascinating that we instinctively respond more favorable to things that we perceive has having a "face". Interestingly, the study found that had a noticeable but smaller effect on people when the supermarket was busy. During those hours, people contributed to … Continue reading It’s In The Eyes
People read a headline and believe they know all there is to know. People also see pictures taken by "influencers" and believe them. Ignoring the fact that the word 'influence' is literally what the creator calls themselves. It could be precisely because of this trust, but also because people rarely take a good look at … Continue reading YouTuber pranks her followers with “photos from Bali” taken at her local IKEA – DIY Photography