Income Inequality: Regulatory Caps on Executive Compensation, Metrics for Responsible Wages, Shareholder Participation, The Effect of Raising Minimum Wage
Open Architecture: Keep Calm and Pop Up, New Modular Homes
San Antonio: White Night. Gentrification
Becoming Universally Loved, Actors Who Hack the System (Encouraging Development of Screenplays In Order to Continue Work With a Particular Director)
The Case for Young People in Government, New Rise of Libertarians. “Biotech Wunderkind Plans to Launch Love Chemical Oxytocin As Treatment for Schizophrenia Autism”.
Megachurch: Spiritual Gifts—the one of discernment. Giving away business card for day labor. Reality of day labor.
Time and again, the issue comes back to the arguments made in black and white.
Regardless of the allegiance (liberals and conservatives) too many folks suffer from a chronic ad hominem-ism.
"I agree/disagree with [insert statement here]. Anyone who believes otherwise is stupid. That’s so typical of the idiots who are [insert political party or tendency here]."
Who: Animal Collective (band), Danny Perez (video artist), Stephan Moore (sound engineer)
What: See title.
When: April 2012
Where: the Guggenheim Museum.
They transformed the atrium into an “immersive installation” called Transverse Temporal Gyrus (TTG).
David Karp: this guy is interesting.
I read about him today after googling tumblr instead of putting it in the address bar as a full address.
I have to say, he is really fascinating. I can’t say I am endeared to him…and in fact, I don’t even admire him. Yes, I find some of his ideas and idiosyncrasies and behaviors admirable. No, I can’t admire him. Unfortunately, he lacks the clarity of thought and speech that classically great leaders have (or have by way of their speechwriters).
I have a hard time juggling disclaimers because I have such mixed feelings about the creator of a site I quite enjoy.
We sometimes (or often, depending where you live and work) find ourselves at the intersection of cultural exchange. Recently, I have had the great fortune to be trip planning for a brief stay in Europe.
Trips abroad are always tremendous learning experiences. What you do when you travel (especially if you do the trip-planning yourself) is that you go though the initiation process of a new neighborhood. The main difference is that this process happens online, in the virtual realm.