Get those donuts. #onthedaily
Butcher’s Pig in translucent plastic. Allen K’s model. #onthedaily
The amazing art of Dustin Yellin.
@swissmiss silhouette. #onthedaily
Does not caring about trigger warnings make me ableist?
I’m a @brooklyngrooming man. #onthedaily
The problem is that, as every individual task becomes easier, we demand much more of both ourselves and others. Instead of fewer difficult tasks (writing several long letters) we are left with a larger volume of small tasks (writing hundreds of e-mails). We have become plagued by a tyranny of tiny tasks, individually simple but collectively oppressive. And, when every task in life is easy, there remains just one profession left: multitasking. —
Why Making Technology Easier to Use Isn’t Always Good : The New Yorker (via pete3)
oh gawd. This is like everything. The dream was always that we would capture more time (more time for what?) but it didn’t happen. We did this to ourselves. We trapped ourselves in a world that is going to make it hard for us to live.
Somehow I am also thinking of the orthogonal problem of smog in China. Smog so thick it inhibits photosynthesis. But the people within it, they smile and laugh. It’s better than Mao, isn’t it?
Ok. The next one. #onthedaily
NY go out and get that money. #onthedaily
Our life at such a pace. #onthedaily
Gin drinks. #onthedaily