Too many thoughts, too little time.

I'm a simple man with not so simple thoughts.
3873 | 25.5.2013 | 11 months ago


0 | 25.5.2013 | 11 months ago


I hate when thoughts enter your head that don’t belong there. They spread like a virus, consuming your emotions. Don’t let anyone take your mind and mold it against your will. Guard it like a stronghold; only allow happiness through its gates. 

110 | 23.5.2013 | 11 months ago


The top 100 tech companies granted 19% of their total ownership to non-senior-executive employees. For the rest of corporate America, that number was 2%. In other words, when it came time to share rewards with ordinary employees, the Tech 100 were ten times more generous than low-tech firms.

i could reblog SBJ all day long

Learning From Los Gatos — The Peer Society — Medium

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(via fred-wilson)

16573 | 21.5.2013 | 11 months ago


I beg young people to travel. If you don’t have a passport, get one. Take a summer, get a backpack and go to Delhi, go to Saigon, go to Bangkok, go to Kenya. Have your mind blown, eat interesting food, dig some interesting people, have an adventure, be careful. Come back and you’re going to see your country differently, you’re going to see your president differently, no matter who it is. Music, culture, food, water. Your showers will become shorter. You’re going to get a sense of what globalization looks like. It’s not what Tom Friedman writes about, I’m sorry. You’re going to see that global climate change is very real. And that for some people, their day consists of walking twelve miles for four buckets of water. And so there are lessons that you can’t get out of a book that are waiting for you at the other end of that flight. A lot of people — Americans and Europeans — come back and go, “Ohhhh.” And the lightbulb goes on.
Henry Rollins   (via fickle-obsessions)

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1 | 21.5.2013 | 11 months ago


amor100fim:

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amor100fim:

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242 | 21.5.2013 | 11 months ago


fastcompany:

How Coca-Cola Used Vending Machines To Try To Unite The People Of India And Pakistan 

Relations between India and Pakistan are marked by many things—and happiness is generally not one of them. But Coca-Cola recently brought people from both nations together—or at least brought citizens of both countries face to face—over vending machines.

No ordinary vending machines, the Small World Machines, created by Coke and Leo Burnett, were equipped with full-length webcams that allowed participants to see each other and interact in real time. They were placed in malls—one in Lahore, Pakistan, the other in New Dehli, India—in March. 

As part of its larger mission to associate its product with happiness 

“Coke has always been a brand that’s about positivity and optimism, and we’re always talking about how we can provoke just a little bit more happiness in the world, and increasingly we’ve tried to create experiences to actually bring people together in intimate moments of connectivity,” Jantos Tulloch says.

“Telling this story through the lens of India and Pakistan really came from our team on the ground there who knows better than anyone that the people really want more positive connection and more positive communication between them.”

Read the full story here.

 

10737 | 21.5.2013 | 11 months ago


parislemon:

david:

“Spaceflight finale: To some this may look like a sunset. But it’s a new dawn.” – Col. Chris Hadfield

Appropriate.

parislemon:

david:

“Spaceflight finale: To some this may look like a sunset. But it’s a new dawn.” – Col. Chris Hadfield

Appropriate.

2349 | 21.5.2013 | 11 months ago


nevver:

Be realistic, ask the impossible.

nevver:

Be realistic, ask the impossible.

9 | 20.5.2013 | 11 months ago


2 | 20.5.2013 | 11 months ago


umichstories:

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Check out their website! (http://www.fritabatidos.com)

So amazing.

umichstories:

Frita Batidos on Washington St. 

Check out their website! (http://www.fritabatidos.com)

So amazing.