Every five years or so even the best laptop will die, and when it does, you might want to check out this video.
It’s not necessarily the content of this article, but the intense searing emotion behind it. If words could scream, this is what they would sound like. I live in California, and I don’t hold Silicon Valley in any particular esteem, but there is a mythology that some people like to build around that area, and this article rips that right down the center.
There is something calming about this article, it is the concept of minimalism mixed with pleasure. The two concepts don’t often associate, you don’t often think that simplifying can also be blissful, that is, until this.
Did you want to learn a language? This is still being developed, but supposedly there is a formula to do this effectively. Apart from Rosetta Stone. Currently only French is available, but I would watch to see if more interesting languages come up.
The art of concentration is a lot one, and that is sad as someone who loves books, because what is reading but not the complete immersion of the self into this other fictional world, where hours can be spent playing in the endless fissures of your imagination?
These are from Etsy, and they’re made by hand. I hold a special esteem for cobblers.
You can chase happiness, and you can find it. There is a way.
I like the ideas expressed in their blog, often a complex concept presented with concise precision. So it wouldn’t hurt to check out a few books from this list as well.
Are you looking for unusual places to travel? Here’s an idea, and it’s a good one.