Yesterday an email exchange between the late Steve Jobs and some executives at book publisher Harper Collins made the rounds. Tho most commentary, retweets and reblogs focused on Steve’s negotiating tactics, I found another aspect of the exchange equally interesting.
Rather than the message,…
…”look at how rich people are living today”.
Was said as a passing comment in a recent conversation. But I couldn’t let it just pass.
Think about it.
When you imagine Gordon Gecko from the movie Wall St. what image do you have in mind? Mine is the one of the poster boy of wealth clutching…
The NBA’s Jason Collins has now become the first openly gay athlete playing in one of the four major sports in North America.
Read more behind the monumental ’Sports Illustrated’ cover story.
I just want to live this quote.
Nab this one for your yearbook quote, rising seniors!(via hello88goodbye)
R. S. Gable, “Active/Lethal Dose Ratio and Dependence Potential of Psychoactive Drugs,” 2006
I had to look up the horizontal axis. As you move to the right, the “active dose” (to get a buzz or whatever you want your drug to do) approaches the lethal dose. So the active does of caffeine is 1% of the lethal dose, and the active dose of alcohol is 10% of the lethal dose.
The quote is about climbing, but true in our context too.(via brycedotvc)
Technology is becoming the universal language.(via brycedotvc)
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- “The joy is in the pursuit more than the realization. In the end, mastery attracts precisely because mastery eludes.”— S.M.