Excellent Saturday morning music discovery.
I honestly feel refreshed as a human being after listening to this podcast about Fred Rogers, and how the values from the Mr. Rogers show apply to our world today. 10/10 recommend.
Have you ever read or learned something and wondered how you were able to operate without that knowledge before? I don’t say this lightly: this book is game changer.
This is the first official installment of a new tradition, Binary Birthday, where I re-learn binary every year on my birthday and express my new age as 1s and 0s.
I am about to turn [age] tomorrow. I sat down a few minutes ago to do some last minute reflection on my life so far, and instead opened up my RSS feed. I’m glad I did because I saw this article by Ben Callahan on Sparkbox’s blog, the Foundry.
I had a great day exploring Queens this weekend. Highlights include coffee, a large biscuit sandwich, coffee, the Socrates Sculpture Park, and unexpectedly encountering some of my family’s heritage!
This weekend I went to an exhibition of Laura Owens’ work, a contemporary painter, at the LA Museum of Contemporary Art. Highly recommended.
The grey skies and wintry weather are a welcome break from the monotony of Los Angeles sunshine (I mean, LA sunshine is nice but…not for me).
I like house music a lot. I’m quite a fan of the lo-fi trend, and Ross From Friends is in that category. A class act. Boots and cats and boots and cats and boots and cats and boots and cats.
Creative Quest is essentially a holistic guidebook to being creative, by Questlove, the drummer from the Roots. If you’re a creative person and looking to put some more energy into developing that side of yourself, I can’t recommend it enough!
I just love, love, love this talk from Felienne given earlier this year. It affirms so much of my own thinking, and I would say is a “must watch” for anyone involved in programming.