"Angry is a habit." – Seth Godin |
via The Infusion Group on Facebook
The Secret to Feeling Energized at Work? Autonomy. | via @99u
Mac users donate significantly more ($181.51) than Windows ($137.30) and Linux users ($116.54). Bill Gates may be a philanthropic legend at this point, but the less openly generous Steve Jobs apparently has more charitable fans.
Just because you don’t need them to make phone calls anymore doesn’t mean that phone booths are totally useless—especially if you add a screen and some Wi-Fi. What do you think of the way New York City company City24x7 is giving these superhero changing rooms a makeover?
Love this story!
Beautiful story, and as a true penny candy aficionado, I would LOVE to hail this cab!
“The New York life is not the easy life,” Khalid, 36, told the Daily News. “People are depressed. I see a lot of people stressed sitting back there.”
Khalid is no stranger to stress. He dubbed his taxi the NYC Candy Cab after his 2-year-old son died in April from a long battle with heart disease.
“I learned a lot of things,” he said of the trauma of losing his child, who underwent two heart transplants and lost a kidney before he passed away. “Life is too short.”
Khalid, who moved to New York from Pakistan in 1993 and has been driving a cab since 1997, had already seen the impact of small acts of generosity. During the two years he spent in the hospital with his son, he routinely brought coffee and desserts to the doctors and nurses when he got off his shift at 1 a.m.
Amazing User Interface Design
A design concept by Jeremey Fleischer from Colorado Springs, CO, USA. The idea behind this design concept is that the app works as a Bluetooth-controlled remote that interacts with Canon DSLR cameras.
Timing is everything. Here is a great one on how timing (and time-appropriate messaging) effects the size of the audience that will hear your message.
“Disassembly” project, artist Todd McLellan
corallo house | paz arquitectura | guatemala
Visiting the 9/11 Memorial yesterday and captured this eerie image
Was standing at the corner of the North Pool looking up at the new WTC Freedom Tower photographing the building’s construction when I captured this eerie image. I’m sure this is a normal occurrence, I just hadn’t seen the plane enter my viewfinder from the other side, only it’s emergence from behind the tower.