Inspired by Prince's one-of-a-kind Yamaha purple piano, a new standardized custom color has been released by the Pantone Color Institute and the Prince Estate. Hard to think of another person that has such a specific signature color. One of the coolest purples I've seen. Not dark and gothic, but not bright and campy. Just right … Continue reading Pantone’s Purple Honoring Prince
An absolutely stunning piece of automotive engineering that shows the future Electric Vehicle world will not want for elegant design. If only they could find a way to reproduce the sound of a straight inline 6 for the Prototype 9... Underneath that achingly long hood rests a prototype electric motor and battery from Nissan's Advanced … Continue reading Infiniti Prototype 9 is a wonderfully beautiful EV grand prix car – Autoblog
Now why would that be? Could it be that public pools were segregated (and not equal) which blocked black kids in the 50s from learning to swim? Which in turn leads to an activity from being passed on to future generations. Or is it that the maintenance of public pools is not something socially economic … Continue reading Black children drown 5x more than White children
This is a great podcast that I think will be listened to for years to come. Even re-listened to. Kind of like watching one of your favorite movies. You know what's going to happen. But the sound of the voices and overall experience speaks to you on some level that you keep going back to … Continue reading Can’t Let Go of ‘S-Town’? Here’s What to Read Next
Think of Universal Basic Income as a venture capital investment in every citizen in the United States. A modest investment in the population of the world's only SuperPower to innovate. If what they say is true, that nations that lead innovations will lead the future world, then it would seem this is a wise investment. … Continue reading Alaska citizen’s monthly payment means recipients work more, not less
Ok, I can't believe I didn't think to do this sooner. At work we're taking a closer look on how to publish more attendee-friendly meeting invites (more to follow on that..), and this is going to make it MUCH easier because some of the one-touch-dialing syntax can be a bit finicky and hard to remember … Continue reading Create Event and Meeting Templates in Google Calendar and Outlook
If you haven't grown up near the ocean, it's hard to understand how it becomes a part of you. I would have a difficult time living farther than a 10 min drive from the water.
This is a great podcast show and a great interview with Michael Shermer on a variety of topics including the Regressive Left.
One of my favorite things is to listen to an artist of any kind retrace their creative steps. I understand why they're reluctant to do so because it's difficult. Building an idea is not like building a physical object. https://youtu.be/VnzCu-EZVGk For this reason you usually see artists give a glib answer to get through the … Continue reading Carly Simon retraces creative steps
Old school "spinners" actually burned some calories...