It was like the restaurant was reading my goddamned mind when the website...– Not a soul (via neversaidaboutrestaurantwebsites) Ah yes the torture that is restaurant websites. Things “Never Said About Restaurant Websites” is spot on.
Hackety Hack 1.0 - learn programming with Ruby →
thechangelog: Merry Christmas everybody! Full disclosure: this is my particular gift to Open Source, and future programmers everywhere. Hackety Hack is a project that I inherited from _why. It’s the best way for people who’ve never learned programming to get their feet wet. It uses Ruby, combined with a GUI toolkit named Shoes, another _why project, to make it really easy to make all kinds of...
Stay strong in your love, and sometimes tough in your love. Always make love...– Cornel West (via his twitter)
We believe truth can be broken down with the following formula – Truth = Love x...– Janelle Monáe (via misterjt)
Before you speak, ask yourself: is it kind, is it necessary, is it true, does it...– Sai Baba (via 5oh7)
Don’t get me wrong, money’s great, and fun to talk about. But the tech business...– It’s A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad App World (via jfedor)
David Brooks: I hate to sound holier than the pope, but it’s a Christmas tree....– The Holiday Season vs. Christmas - NYTimes.com
My Top 5 Artists (Week Ending 2010-12-19) →
Norah Jones (65) Kanye West (49) The National (41) Broken Bells (36) Mumford & Sons (31) Imported from Last.fm Tumblr by JoeLaz
The greater question in all of this is that of religion vs. ethnicity. Is...– Half-and-Half « Alef: The NEXT Conversation
Back in New York, living the single life, the definition of the “best” place to...– The Evolution of a Shabbat Guest « Alef: The NEXT Conversation Both hosting Shabbat meals and being a guest at Shabbat meals. With this line she sums up what I try to do with my Shabbat meals: “More than the right food and the right crowd, it became a space to share thoughts and ideas,...
She is also one of a handful of people I consider a member of my “Board of...– patrickrhone / journal » Blog Archive » Friendship, Influence, and When Words Are Not Enough He’s right of course to be talking about the awesomeness that is Erica but he’s also onto something with this ‘Board of Directors’ idea.
This isn’t so revolutionary an idea. Pop music has always been a bigger...– OK Go’s Damian Kulash on the Future of the Music Business - WSJ.com
I would not leave out Sarah and Rebecca from the blessing of girls as we...– Adath Jeshurun: Timeless: A Dvar Torah on Vayechi 5771 I love Cantor Lipp. His kindness is only equaled by his wisdom and insight.
Jews who truly love Israel go to synagogues in New York and tell people that if...– America’s self-loving Jews aren’t helping Israel - Haaretz Daily Newspaper | Israel News Word.
Piglet sidled up to Pooh from behind. “Pooh!” he whispered. “Yes, Piglet?”...– ~A.A. Milne (via lostbetweenthepages)
Comics are so often seen as the province of white geeky nerds. But, more...– ‘He Wears the Mask Just to Cover the Raw Flesh’ - Ta-Nehisi Coates - Culture - The Atlantic
Perfect for the home baker, cook, or slow food practitioner. A delicious...– mad baking set | Madécasse Gift Ideas | Madagascar Chocolate Psssst! B! Pssst! I want this.
the most delightful finding of all: The fastest growth on social networking...– Why the Kids Don’t Blog and Grandma’s on Facebook | Fast Company
The science of being a decent human being lies in your ability to love. Not to...– Sibbotery - Hobby pottery with a meditative twist. - blog - The science of being a decent human being. I sure do have amazing friends.
felicious: “Life loves to be taken by the lapel and told: ‘I’m with you kid. Let’s go.’.” -Maya Angelou
(Editor’s note: This story was updated at 8:45 a.m. December 15. The original...– Amended agenda: Social Media Club Louisville launching new name, ambitious mission to make Louisville a tech center » Insider Louisville Well now I’m super curious as to how I was “incorrectly identified.”
So let us quickly recap the foulness of Shamir’s political views. As I noted...– Assange’s Extremist Employees - Reason Magazine Any moral high ground WikiLeaks might have had? Lost.