- I hope SOPA passes.
“It needs to get worse before it gets better. We need a really shitty piece of legislation like SOPA in this country to be the spark that ignites the lazy, idle tinders of protest. It’s not uncommon or even controversial to say that Washington is corrupt. It doesn’t cause anyone to bat an eye when you say it in public, with Republicans, Democrats or “other.” That’s a problem. We need SOPA to wake the sleeping giant in this country. It could have been our generation’s Rodney King verdict. Instead of blacking out our websites, what we need to do is dismantle the system that created this bullshit. Enough is enough.”
- Color — Method of Action
addictive color game c/o waxy
- Mr. Daisey and the Apple Factory | This American Life
“Mike Daisey performs an excerpt that was adapted for radio from his one-man show “The Agony and the Ecstasy of Steve Jobs.” A lifelong Apple superfan, Daisey sees some photos online from the inside of a factory that makes iPhones, starts to wonder about the people working there, and flies to China to meet them.” c/o waxy.org
- SpaceChem: Playing in the sandbox: the winners!
- How to ask someone for help via email « Startup Marketing Lessons Learnt
“:) Can you send 1 short specific question?”
- “What if…” Movies reimagined for another time & place on the Behance Network
Classic movies imagined as classic posters
- Why Young Children Protest Bedtime: A Story of Evolutionary Mismatch | Psychology Today
“Bedtime protest is unique to Western and Westernized cultures. In all other cultures, infants and young children sleep in the same room and usually in the same bed with one or more adult caregivers, and bedtime protest is non-existent. What infants and young children protest, apparently, is not going to bed per se, but going to bed alone, in the dark, at night.”
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