Interesting read on The New York Times: Why Everything is Bad for You. Health-scare stories, even those that are not overblown, draw their special power from the fact that we go through the days denying our mortality. Each one reminds us anew that there’s no way out.
NPR’s host Jessica Harris speaks with David Kelley, the co-founder of IDEO, a global design firm.
A former Cambodia-based journalist, Isabelle Roughol, recently wrote: This Is What I’d Like to Tell Young Journalists You’ll write many places at once and build an audience who follows you there. You’ll join a company that’s never done media and show everyone in and outside of it how it’s done. You’ll start your own company […]
QZ: Buying organic veggies at the supermarket is a waste of money “Organic” has essentially become another way of saying “luxury.”
@emilybell behind every tweet is a story; behind every facebook posting is a story; behind every story is a story; stories are our trade — Roy Greenslade (@GreensladeR) August 18, 2015 “Behind every tweet is a story,” and journalists’ other advice for new journalism students
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Machine: What’s the purpose of life on the planet? Man: To live individually Machine: Why? Man: Man—every man—is an end in himself, not a means to the ends of others. Machine: How? Man: He must live for his own sake, neither sacrificing himself to others nor sacrificing others to himself; he must work for his […]
Have a beautiful birthday in Yekaterinburg, Russia! A visit to Georgia State University, 2014