Lightfoot
druoxtheshredder:

"oh my god it’s finally empty."
"THE BED IS FINALLY MINE!!  YOU FOOLS ABANDONED THE MOST COMFORTABL-FUCK"

druoxtheshredder:

"oh my god it’s finally empty."

"THE BED IS FINALLY MINE!!  YOU FOOLS ABANDONED THE MOST COMFORTABL-FUCK"

0rient-express:

Enjoy this moment | by Tomax Hui.
video: Lykke Li - I Never Learn

disconaivete:

Lykke Li returns to music with I Never Learn, the first taste of her forthcoming new record (probably also titled I Never Learn, out on May 5). It’s a very rough and direct recording which makes it a very personal thing, yet there’s a certain richness to it thanks to the strings backing up her soothing voice. It’s an interesting direction she takes after the (commercial) success with Wounded Rhymes, yet one we aspire.

If it is right, it happens — The main thing is not to hurry. Nothing good gets away.
John Steinbeck, born on this day in 1902, on falling in love in a magnificent letter of advice to his teenage son. (via explore-blog)
For my son’s fifth birthday, my wife and I bought him 10 pounds of LEGOs from eBay. It turns out, when kids move out of the house and leave behind a drawer full of LEGOs, some parents box them up, weigh them, and sell them. This works great for a 5-year-old with an imagination, but not if he or she wants to build a particular thing. LEGO is about imagination, but it is also about instructions and putting together sets around particular themes (space, Star Wars, etc.). Simply buying LEGOs by the pound doesn’t serve this purpose. The situation is the same with books or databases in a library. You need to invest in people who can organize these purchased (or more often these days, licensed) materials.

As a big believer in why LEGOs are a perfect metaphor for how our networked knowledge and combinatorial creativity work, I was especially moved by the above passage from R. David Lankes’s altogether excellent book-length essay on building better libraries for today’s complex world.

(In 1945, Vannevar Bush made a similar argument in his remarkably prescient essay on the future of information, predicting “a new profession of trail blazers, those who find delight in the task of establishing useful trails through the enormous mass of the common record.”)

elenamorelli:

{ salty breeze }

elenamorelli:

{ salty breeze }

elenamorelli:

{ into the night }

elenamorelli:

{ into the night }

0rient-express:

Winter Birch and Grasses | by Iain MacLean.
0rient-express:

Camping in the snow | by Brad McGinley.