The Mellowing of William Jefferson Clinton – NYTimes.com
Regular readers should know, I love long, personal looks into the lives of leaders and politicians. This one is no exception.
TEABAGGIN’: A CUBICLE PASTTIME
“I switched from coffee to tea at work, so every morning I take an index card and set my tea bag down on it, letting the card soak up the tea. Then, I shop for images on the card, and riff off those with some doodles and captions. ”
Some very clever stuff here. A good example of the creativity that can come from randomness.
WWDC09 Moscone Center: The night before the big show.
Another fantastic shot by my friend Eric Senf.
51 ways to change your life
“We’re so infatuated with the idea of learning something, we don’t take the time to really learn it.”
So very true. (via
How To Save Smarter | Parade.com
My savings strategy: Save up for something mythical. I’m saving for an Apple Tablet with handwriting recognition.
The Paper Chase | vanityfair.com
Innovative idea to save the newspaper industry – Write interesting and hard hitting investigative content that people want to read.
Revolutionary, I know…
CrunchPad: The Launch Prototype
Even though it really is only designed to surf the web on a tablet, it looks like it does that task with a certain style. Looking forward to more details to come for on this. (via