Friday, August 10, 2012

How Moneyball Rules Apply to Real Life

Michael Lewis Tells Princeton Graduates How Moneyball Rules Apply to Real Life

"Don't be deceived by life's outcomes."

Thursday, August 9, 2012


"I'm not on Facebook" is the new "I don't own a TV," and I wish to God that Ray Bradbury had incorporated that into a book before he died.

Wednesday, August 8, 2012

61.) Screw waiting. Good things come to those who work every day of their lives and never give up.

Tuesday, August 7, 2012


I used to think that if I could choose one superpower, I would choose telepathy.  Facebook has convinced me otherwise.

The Curator’s Code

"The Curator’s Code is an effort to keep this whimsical rabbit hole open by honoring discovery through an actionable code of ethics — first, understanding why attribution matters, and then, implementing it across the web in a codified common standard, doing for attribution of discovery what Creative Commons has done for image attribution. It’s a suggested system for honoring the creative and intellectual labor of information discovery by making attribution consistent and codified, celebrating authors and creators, and also respecting those who discover and amplify their work. It’s an effort to make the rabbit hole open, fair, and ever-alluring. This not about policing the Internet from a place of top-down authority, it’s about encouraging respect and kindness among the community."

Monday, August 6, 2012

60.) Summarize, Repost, Reblog, and Forward it, but pass the credit back and verify, verify, verify.