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Here this one seems appropriate; next time you see an article all like “Is ___?” imagine this guy all like “DGAF!" https://twitter.com/kylecam...
only after writing last tweet did I remember opposite of FOMO is DGAF but hey DGAF is a concept best illustrated by physics diagrams anyway
28374 unread articles one asks Is Internet Killing Satire? soon after Im studying physics I have the opposite of FOMO https://twitter.com/kylecam...
Thats either my interpretation of the ice bucket conversation or every topic of modern debate take your pick
"I need data on this meme to track engagement bc if it's just a string of social spread well I have an opinion ab reality let me tell you it
Just spent 10mins looking for a notification mentioning me imagine there are 6 of you and ask each one if someone was just talking to {you}
at some point we decided the best use of modern science was to ensure any photo ever taken is copied 4x across each device 8x if Instagrammd
Small Is The New Big http://www.thecoolhunter.net/article... <—the right set of points here
Do you ever go to a public track to run solely bc you know seeing people faster than you is unbearable that's basically me on twitter
RT @UtilityLimb: corporations are people because people are corporations made of trillions of cells that survive by destroying+consuming weaker corporations
If you create a moodboard out of people instead of just images what you end up with is your future self isn't that just fascinating
RT @calebkramer: Discovered The Challenger's Almanac at @mcnallyjackson last night. Issue one of a promising new mag by @TCA_team https://t.co/mYs8tW8Dik
Talk To The Hand: An Experiential Model Of Communication (2014) http://instagram.com/p...
"Think of the shipping container as the Internet of *things*" http://nautil.us/issue... BRILLIANT
Conditional Design Workbook, or a beautiful application of the theory (Simple Rules For Interaction)+(Time)=Emergence http://workbook.conditionaldesign.org/
Worth noting that 'tangible' describes not so much its referent in particular as it does design affordances of the human brain in general
Ecosystem thinking @ Fountain of the Great Lakes http://instagram.com/p...
RT @neiltyson: When a coincidence seems amazing, that's because the human mind isn’t wired to naturally comprehend probability & statistics.
...To which I instinctively laughed completely out loud in total agreement, not bc of the train rather bc I feel like that ALL THE TIME
"Dont you just feel like you're in a metaphor right now!" she asked, I think inspired by rolling landscape looking out the train's dome roof
...To which I instinctively laughed completely out loud in total agreement, not bc of the train rather bc I feel like that ALL THE TIME ha
"Dont you just feel like you're in a metaphor right now!" she asked, I think inspired by rolling landscape looking out the train's dome roof
I think I just finally figured out how to make art brb
I took notes during the last speaker's presentation // actually all presentations sound basically like… http://instagram.com/p...
Not sure which of our metaphors for information suddenly broke but now spilling out is the concept of 'data', gushing into speech everywhere
As you can tell from the photo I began with an offering of a gracious bounty. As you do before making such silly abstract claims
RT @MillennialTrain: Kyle told Andy from @StateDept that #Millennials use #startups as a form of free speech to challenge status quo #USA https://twitter.com/Millenn...
My assessment of Portland: seriously strategic urban planning and passionate, well-intentioned politicians, but then beer and strip clubs
"Instead of an exclusive contract, Patagonia is encouraging competitors to use the product, hoping to see use grow & drive down the price"
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