My Moleskine is a thinking tool, something for me to be creative with. My Palm is a reference tool, something for me to store data in, as well as reminders, diary dates etc.
For a while I have felt uncomfortable. Part of me wanted to use my palm in a system that fitted my needs 100%. Another part of me knew that the tactile, free flowing, pen on paper based notebook system just ‘felt’ better and more creative. — reardenmetal
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Via Apartment Therapy
The Atlantic: Why Spend a Billion Dollars to Map the Human Brain?
Marketwatch: At 210 mph in a Bugatti, for a long, long time
Medium: The 51% Rule
NYT: Danes Rethink a Welfare State Ample to a Fault
Medium: The distraction-free iPhone (or ‘Why I’m happier since I disabled Safari’). Removing infinity from in his pocket to live better.
NYT: The Scientific 7-Minute Workout
Psychology Today: The Unexpected Antidote to Procrastination
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WSJ: Forget the old college try, ring the concierge. Dysfunctional.
That bookshelf! <3
RealMac previews Analog with obligatory coffee product in the photo background. Coffee/tea + tech = all the rage. Poor orange juice, milk, and water.
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