Are We Really Busy?
“Ask yourself what you’d like to do with your time. Claiming to be busy relieves us of the burden of choice. But if you’re working 50 hours a week, and sleeping eight hours a night (56 per week) that leaves 62 hours for other things. That’s plenty of hours for a family life and a personal life — exercising, volunteering, sitting on the porch with the paper, plus...
Omnivoracious: Summer Reading Lists Are Here →
aaknopf: harperbooks: The New York Times offers an eclectic list of books to read, ranging from an autobiographical pop culture read to a serious history of digital computers. NPR did something interesting with their summer reading list. They had indie booksellers make the picks. USA Today goes interactive with their picks. The Wall Street Journal put out a well-chosen summer reading...
We jump in and out of digital texts with little to no procession. In contrast,...– http://craigmod.com/journal/hack_the_cover/
When you walk into Trader Joe's and you see the...
wheninnewyorkcity: Does this ever actually happen though?
Hearing the engines flare, the horns Not letting up, the frenzy of being. I...– Tracy K. Smith, from “My God, It’s Full of Stars” (via proustitute)
When someone opens up McDonalds next to you on the...
wheninnewyorkcity: GIVE ME THOSE FRIES.