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Mike Giant blog I find his combination of Buddhist-inspired gentleness and kickass graffiti aesthetic very inspiring. Looks like a great life.
Amazing Antics of Larry Griswold Spectacular, Buster-Keaton-like physical comedian I'd never heard of.
Generative Design is Changing the Face of Architecture An article I wrote that has become a top Google hit for a fascinating architectural movement.
The Rouleaux Triangle There is, in fact, a shape other than a circle that will work as a manhole lid. And as a wheel, interestingly.
Pushpin Archive Interesting to Seymour Chwast fans.
some rare delight in Manchester town Feel better Mimi Smartypants!
The 7 vices of highly creative people Read it, know it, live it.
The Genre Artist NY times article discussing the inexplicably undervalued writer, Jack Vance. Article listed here only because I TOTALLY AGREE!!!
Healing During Lucid Dreams? Excerpt from a book by Robert Waggoner.
Susan Blackmore on a Potential Third Replicator An important, provocative essay about a third replicator (genes and memes being the first two) now emerging. If you read only one replicator essay this year, make it this one.
Douglas Rushkoff Interview The rise of corporations, alternate money, and different take on the so called Dark Ages.
88 Truths David Cain Has Learned About Life Vote for your favorites.
Rate of slaughter of chickens, pigs and cows in the USA in 2008 Love the way the cow's legs flop.
Howard Rheingold's Dream Office What a great, highly personal, workspace.
A Review of a Personal Genetic Test Interesting post from a self-professed geek about how and why he got his own genome sequenced.
How to graduate from Christianity Nice post from Steve Pavlina: has a lot of personal resonance for me.
The Strange Allure of the Progressive Insurance Girl Thank Goddess I'm not the only one.
Illegal Engineering Long, interesting essay on the development of safes and locks.
Amish Hackers Kevin Kelly's excellent essay on the deliberately slow adoption of technology by the Amish.
The Periodic Table of Typefaces Because the Diva is a type geek.
Living Paycheck to Paycheck A nice post from Steve Pavlina about getting out of the month to month grind and taking 100% responsibility for one's financial situation.
The Holy Grail and Tarot's Minor Arcana Tarot writer Mary K. Greer details the connection on her excellent tarot blog.
Elizabeth Gilbert on Genius An excellent TED lecture for anyone interested in creativity and genius.
He's Just Not That Into You the YouTube video that's better than the movie.