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Louis CK on testing the limits

jkottke:

Louis CK sat down with Jonah Weiner for an extended interview where he discusses learning how to fix cars, tell jokes, fry chicken, and more. (Seriously, Medium is milking that whole time spent reading thing now.) He also gives some clues as to what he seems to be up to in the current season…

explore-blog:

These weeks are all we’ve got – the average human lifetime, visualized in weeks, a simple and powerful reminder to live with presence. For how to do that better, get some help from Alan Watts.

explore-blog:

These weeks are all we’ve got – the average human lifetime, visualized in weeks, a simple and powerful reminder to live with presence. For how to do that better, get some help from Alan Watts.

Bookstores, printers and publishers of newspapers and magazines have lost a combined 400,000 jobs since the recession began.
– "How the Recession Reshaped the Economy, in 255 Charts," The New York Times (via gracebello)

(via gracebello)

nicholanapora:

My mission in life is not merely to survive but to Thrive;and to do so with some Passion,some Compassion,some Humour and some Style.~ Maya Angelou

Photo: Nichola Napora

nicholanapora:

My mission in life is not merely to survive but to Thrive;
and to do so with some Passion,
some Compassion,
some Humour and some Style.
~ Maya Angelou

Photo: Nichola Napora
Arguably, the act of memory is an act of fiction.
timelightbox:

Photo by Emile Abinal
#LightBoxFF: Around the World with Street Artist JR
This week on #LightBoxFF, TIME speaks with French artist JR (@jr), popular for his large-scale, black-and-white portraits of people which he’s been pasting on walls around the world for the past decade. In 2011, he launched the Inside Out participatory project, calling on people to print and share their own portraits. This week, his latest body of work can be seen on the walls of one of Paris’s great monuments, the Pantheon.

timelightbox:

Photo by Emile Abinal

#LightBoxFF: Around the World with Street Artist JR

This week on #LightBoxFF, TIME speaks with French artist JR (@jr), popular for his large-scale, black-and-white portraits of people which he’s been pasting on walls around the world for the past decade. In 2011, he launched the Inside Out participatory project, calling on people to print and share their own portraits. This week, his latest body of work can be seen on the walls of one of Paris’s great monuments, the Pantheon.

(via npr)

Both kissing and chocolate raised heart rates. But chocolate’s effect was longer lasting and more powerful. The buzz from chocolate, [psychologist David] Lewis told the BBC, “in many cases lasted four times as long as the most passionate kiss.” Even with its caffeine, sugar and stimulants, “chocolate’s power really surprised us,” Lewis said.

"The study also found that as the chocolate started melting, all regions of the brain received a boost far more intense and longer lasting than the excitement seen with the kissing," according to the BBC.

– NPR’s ever-brilliant Robert Krulwich explores the truths, lies, and promises of chocolate. (via explore-blog)
lets-roll-asia:

StreetArt.Casablanca’s.

lets-roll-asia:

StreetArt.Casablanca’s.

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Louis CK on testing the limits

jkottke:

Louis CK sat down with Jonah Weiner for an extended interview where he discusses learning how to fix cars, tell jokes, fry chicken, and more. (Seriously, Medium is milking that whole time spent reading thing now.) He also gives some clues as to what he seems to be up to in the current season…

explore-blog:

These weeks are all we’ve got – the average human lifetime, visualized in weeks, a simple and powerful reminder to live with presence. For how to do that better, get some help from Alan Watts.

explore-blog:

These weeks are all we’ve got – the average human lifetime, visualized in weeks, a simple and powerful reminder to live with presence. For how to do that better, get some help from Alan Watts.

Bookstores, printers and publishers of newspapers and magazines have lost a combined 400,000 jobs since the recession began.
– "How the Recession Reshaped the Economy, in 255 Charts," The New York Times (via gracebello)

(via gracebello)

nicholanapora:

My mission in life is not merely to survive but to Thrive;and to do so with some Passion,some Compassion,some Humour and some Style.~ Maya Angelou

Photo: Nichola Napora

nicholanapora:

My mission in life is not merely to survive but to Thrive;
and to do so with some Passion,
some Compassion,
some Humour and some Style.
~ Maya Angelou

Photo: Nichola Napora
Arguably, the act of memory is an act of fiction.
timelightbox:

Photo by Emile Abinal
#LightBoxFF: Around the World with Street Artist JR
This week on #LightBoxFF, TIME speaks with French artist JR (@jr), popular for his large-scale, black-and-white portraits of people which he’s been pasting on walls around the world for the past decade. In 2011, he launched the Inside Out participatory project, calling on people to print and share their own portraits. This week, his latest body of work can be seen on the walls of one of Paris’s great monuments, the Pantheon.

timelightbox:

Photo by Emile Abinal

#LightBoxFF: Around the World with Street Artist JR

This week on #LightBoxFF, TIME speaks with French artist JR (@jr), popular for his large-scale, black-and-white portraits of people which he’s been pasting on walls around the world for the past decade. In 2011, he launched the Inside Out participatory project, calling on people to print and share their own portraits. This week, his latest body of work can be seen on the walls of one of Paris’s great monuments, the Pantheon.

(via npr)

Both kissing and chocolate raised heart rates. But chocolate’s effect was longer lasting and more powerful. The buzz from chocolate, [psychologist David] Lewis told the BBC, “in many cases lasted four times as long as the most passionate kiss.” Even with its caffeine, sugar and stimulants, “chocolate’s power really surprised us,” Lewis said.

"The study also found that as the chocolate started melting, all regions of the brain received a boost far more intense and longer lasting than the excitement seen with the kissing," according to the BBC.

– NPR’s ever-brilliant Robert Krulwich explores the truths, lies, and promises of chocolate. (via explore-blog)
"Bookstores, printers and publishers of newspapers and magazines have lost a combined 400,000 jobs since the recession began."
"Arguably, the act of memory is an act of fiction."
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Both kissing and chocolate raised heart rates. But chocolate’s effect was longer lasting and more powerful. The buzz from chocolate, [psychologist David] Lewis told the BBC, “in many cases lasted four times as long as the most passionate kiss.” Even with its caffeine, sugar and stimulants, “chocolate’s power really surprised us,” Lewis said.

"The study also found that as the chocolate started melting, all regions of the brain received a boost far more intense and longer lasting than the excitement seen with the kissing," according to the BBC.

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