The Streets Of New York City In 1908
all-thats-interesting: Taken from the middle of the intersection Fifth Avenue and 51st street in New York City, the photograph above shows the streets of New York in 1908 with Central Park visible in the background.
The fact that we live at the bottom of a deep gravity well, on the surface of a...– Douglas Adams (via invaderxan) We somehow think this is perfectly “natural.”
chartier: Apple sold more iPads last quarter than HP sold PCs. Those iPads are used to read books, write books, create and give presentations, get directions, teach med students and lawyers, run companies, drive home theater systems, play games—a thousand things we have done with computers for years, and much more. But if you’re still not thinking about the iPad as a “personal computer” because...
What happened to talking smack? →
The lost art of basketball.
Darius’ first birthday cake! Woo hoo!
7 yr old kid at bball court: "Have you been in the NBA?!?!"
Me: "No! Not even close..."
Kid: "Well, if you can dribble between your legs, you must be from the NBA, because even I can't do that!!!"
Same Kid: "Hey! Is this your ball?!"
Kid: "Well, it says NBA on it!!! And you said you'd never been to the NBA!"
Unfinished business | Unclutterer →
minimalmac: Over the years, I’ve learned to deal with most of these messes before they happen. A few sneak up from time-to-time, as has happened with my inbox this January, but I tend to have fewer messes in my life because the mess never gets started. Gosh, so much to learn here folks. All the basics for keeping the cutter at bay are right there after the link, all you need to do is apply...
Go Small Or Go Home: In Praise of Minimalism →
My father came to mind. His possessions never occupied a greater place in his life than seemed due. As a boy I used to sit on the bed watching him as he went through his end-of-day routine. Cuff links, handkerchief, pocket knife, wallet – each used on a daily basis, each set in their proper place on top of his dresser. Yes, my dad had “things,” but only what he needed and nothing more. ...