How 12 Men Morphed Identities and Still Voted,... →
Three years ago, a Czech art collective revealed just how easy it is to become someone else. Identity is both fluid and concrete. An interesting but dangerous thing to play with. We are who we pretend to be, after all.
I need a break from talking about racism on...
I can’t take the number of (mostly) well-meaning (mostly) white people explaining how this specific thing / anything is not related to race, and how much they hate that I’m “bringing race into it”. I keep forgetting we live in a society where pointing out something as racist is apparently more offensive than something actually being racist.
New pill helps problem drinkers kick the bottle →
Someone made a moderation pill. Up next: a humility pill. Humanity might actually make it ;)
The things we don't talk about are terrifying.
This is why I’m glad Vice’s HBO show exists. It’s just an endless stream of horrible things that are happening, that no one talks about. The fact that this show exists, indicates there’s an audience for this unvarnished, hard to watch, truth. The excuse that most media outlets use, is to say that people don’t want to hear these things. That there is no audience, and...
it’s not just the things a company believes in–-it’s the things a company does.– Make It Weird, And 3 Other Ways To Create A Profitable, Cult-Like Culture | Fast Company | Business Innovation (This is the thing that most companies don’t actually get about culture. It’s an expression of principles and a worldview, not a series of rules or promises.)
grinding.be » Conservation ain’t what it used to... →
This one’s a thinker.
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I’m getting kinda excited to see which users who’ve been threatening to leave for a year over this shit, actually do.
Saturday, April 20, 2013
The plan: • wake up • make coffee • work • drinks / hangs • work • dinner The day so far: • wake up • cartoons • read • tea • tv • make breakfast • get ready • drinks / hangs • donate clothes • groceries • currently watching a documentary about Rihanna So… I should work tomorrow, I think.
Around that time, the New York Times polled white New Yorkers for their views on...– From TJ English’s The Savage City: Race, Murder, and a Generation on the Edge, specifically referring to somewhere around 1966-1967 (via iamdavidbrothers)
[Venture Bros.] didn’t happen until the moment I said, ‘I don’t care if I get my...– Jackson Publick (via anniewu) I like this.