i love dubstep and bratpop and wheelie-go-bloop-doink crap and i can’t stop.
Mandates for the day:
mop my floors drink lots of coffee ignore my phone play lots of peaking lights on the hi-fi get crunk to watch got and mm
You know, they straightened out the Mississippi River in places, to make room...– Toni Morrison is 82 today (via drinkyourjuice)
Take me to your trees. Take me to your breakfasts, your sunsets, your bad...– Margaret Atwood, Good Bones (via larmoyante)
the hubs got laid off today. just when things were getting normal.
I want you to miss me. I want you to recognise me in your morning cereal and the...– Camryn Pulaski (via thatkindofwoman)
de daumier-smith's blue period: If I Could Tell... →
killerwailmusic: Time will say nothing but I told you so, Time only knows the price we have to pay; If I could tell you I would let you know. If we should weep when clowns put on their show, If we should stumble when musicians play, Time will say nothing but I told you so. There are…
Darlings, sometimes love will come to you like a fire to a forest. When it...– To Girls Like Me, With Hearts Like Kindling, Clementine von Radics (via clementinevonradics)
Idea of the Week: Open vs. Closed →
newyorker: On The Business Pages this week, Tim Wu has a story about the open-versus-closed debate in the technology industry. Here’s a look at the metric Wu developed for assessing the “openness” of companies, and see whether Wu’s theory proves true when applied to Amazon, Apple, Google, and Microsoft: http://nyr.kr/W7Pv9G
Meeting new people at work
whatshouldwecallme: I’m just like,
But not tooo sick (a cold), so I can still maybe go to the grocery store and walk my dog. Not bad!