Look. Think. Live. 10.

Chris Hadfield’s view from space



The Earth from above. *** Reinventing Hansel & Gretel.*** Hideaway cover. *** Tonsai. ***And more Tonsai. ***Greek Gods graffiti on shipping containers. *** Thailand cave explorations. ***Even static, the glowing lane is magical, “like biking through a fairy tale.” *** Halloween climbing is fluro-tastic.


Expecting the Italian scientists to predict the L’Aquila earthquake was ludicrous. *** There are many reasons why relationships fail, but if you look at what drives the deterioration of many relationships, it’s often a breakdown of kindness. *** The Dutch city where everyone has dementia: There are no wards, long hallways, or corridors at the facility. Residents live in groups of six or seven to a house, with one or two caretakers.Like most small villages, it has its own town square, theater, garden, and post office. Unlike typical villages, however, this one has cameras monitoring residents every hour of every day, caretakers posing in street clothes, and only one door in and out of town, all part of a security system designed to keep the community safe. *** The trouble with antibiotics by PBS. *** Vemödalen and “the frustration of photographing something amazing when thousands of identical photos already exist”. And an antidote. ***Customization has become increasingly significant to brand-name companies because it’s now part of a broader trend that shifts from viewing customers as recipients of value to co-creators of value. Rather than being passive, the customer is now becoming a part of the “product development” process. *** A new font for dyslexic people.


Ignore everybody – and 39 other keys to creativity. Beautiful doodles and some words of wisdom. *** History of To Do lists. *** Working out is good for you. *** The story of Shakespeare and Company – everyone’s favorite Paris bookstore. *** The Ocean at the End of the Lane. “That’s the trouble with living things. Don’t last very long. Kittens one day, old cats the next. And then just memories. And the memories fade and blend and smudge together.” *** The future shortage of chocolate. *** Ideas for displaying your favorite photos. *** Rules for some digital downtime. *** How to tie a sarong.


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