Dad read through my finished article at 11:30 p.m., gave feedback, and celebrated its completion. That’s love.
I miss my friend. There’s nothing else to say beyond that.
Apple employees are banned from saying “unfortunately” when delivering bad news...– More on the careful selection of language from Adrian Chen, writing for Gawker (via dbreunig)
Only to the extent that we expose ourselves over and over to annihilation can...– Pema Chödrön A quote from her book, “When things fall apart”
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It’s not that far-fetched to imagine 20 to 25 percent of magazines’ readership...– Scott Dadich, Condé Nast’s vice president of digital magazine development, explaining the company’s tablet strategy. Justin Ellis, Nieman Lab. Condé Nast’s Scott Dadich on reinventing mags for the iPad and why partnering with Apple matters. (via futurejournalismproject)
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beatleshistory: July 6, 1964: Beatle film A Hard Day’s Night is premiered in London at The Pavilion Theatre. the film took many by surprise as it was an entirely new way to make a movie about a musical group. teenagers immediately loved the film due to its groundbreaking ideas and parents were soothed by the…
When it rains it pours, but you’ve got to keep going. And even if your heart is still heavy, the great thing about crying in the rain is that you can’t tell where a raindrop starts and where a tear begins.
Even when your heart breaks, it still beats.
I’ve never heard silence quite this loud.