Visualize the verbal landscape of Twitter in NYC (and London!)
This trucker drove his truck for over 25 years — the result was that half his face has been weathered by the sun.
Two decades ago, Gac Filipa immigrated from Yugoslavia and found a job working as a janitor at Columbia University — where this weekend, he will graduate with honors with his bachelor’s in classics.
Some people wait their whole lives and never have that feeling. But every time I see her, we start with a romantic ending."How To Make A Long-Distance Relationship Work," Thought Catalog
Commentary on BBH’s Homeless Hotspots project at SXSW 2012:
"Homeless people have been enlisted to roam the streets wearing T-shirts that say “I am a 4G hotspot.” Passersby can pay what they wish to get online via the 4G-to-Wi-Fi device that the person is carrying. It is a neat idea on a practical level, but also a little dystopian. When the infrastructure fails us… we turn human beings into infrastructure?"
The Brooklyn Public Library now has its own Espresso machine! This one doesn’t make cappuccino, but instead prints, binds and trims a paperback book in less than four minutes (adding eight million extra titles to the library!).
“I post people’s stories as they tell them to me. I am not a journalist. I don’t try to verify, just listen.” — Chris Arnade, Faces of Addiction
"We love innovation. We love technology. We love creativity. We love entertainment. But ultimately, those realities are shadowed by suffering. Abuse. Degradation. Marginalization. For me, it becomes necessary to integrate the two. Ultimately, we are talking about the need to be more hopeful, more committed, more dedicated to the basic challenges of living in a complex world." — Bryan Stevenson