Link Drop

I have waaaaaay too many tabs open in Safari and they have been open for way too long.

Lucky for me and you, I find good shit and good shit doesn’t go bad.

Artist Celebrates Late Grandfather by Drawing the 100,000+ Items in His Tool Shed

Jony Ive’s Secret Coffee Ritual – Good coffee-making tips here

exquisite texts“text +1 (718) 404-9006 and write some damn poetry”

This is What Happens to Your Body When You Stop Exercising“an athlete’s fitness drops faster the fitter they are” Solution? Stay active, even if it’s in little ways.

Hacking Kickstarter: How to Raise $100,000 in 10 Days — Keeping this on file for something I’ll be launching soon

How Bold Entrepreneurs Are Breaking $1 Million In One-Person Businesses — I want in.

This Simple Calculator Explains the Basics of Planning Your Retirement — C.R.E.A.M.

The Pixar Theory of Labor — I haven’t finished this, but what I have read is interesting.

Koken — “Content management and web site publishing for photographers” — I want to try this.

CreativeMornings: Wilson Miner – Steal This Talk

This crazy F1 concept car could save open wheel racing

Shawn Blanc: Creativity is a Gift

Andrew Ambrosino reimagined Apple Music and iTunes — I love projects like these.

Microsoft, Capitulation and The End of Windows Everywhere – Like IBM, Microsoft isn’t going away, but Windows is.

Seth Godin: When considering a new project, it might help to make three lists:

Rives: The Museum of Four in the Morning – What a great speaker

After you watch the above video of Rives, you can read this poem

Marco Arment: The ethics of modern web ad-blocking

NPR: Remembering When Driverless Elevators Drew Skepticism

Ars Technica: Op-ed: How I gave up alternating current *__*

The End of an Era: A Short Film About The Last Day of Hot Metal Typesetting at The New York Times (1978)

Ars Technica: Filmmakers fighting “Happy Birthday” copyright find their “smoking gun” It’s bullshit that the Happy Birthday song isn’t in the public domain.

MIT Technology Review: Tech’s Enduring Great-Man Myth