That moment when one realize that one is lost but it feels comforting just knowing that one is lost.
Is there a word for that?
I continue to be amazed with the camera. It totally changes photography and video. Why? I can capture moments… With Google Glass? Less than one second…
I’ve been telling people that this reminds me of the Apple II, which I unboxed with my dad back in 1977. It was expensive. It didn’t do much. But I knew my life had changed in a big way and would just get better and better…
This is the most interesting new product since the iPhone and I don’t say that lightly.” —https://plus.google.com/+Scobleizer/posts/ZLV9GdmkRzS
Commerce on the Internet has come to rely almost exclusively on financial institutions serving as trusted third parties to process electronic payments. While the system works well enough for most transactions, it still suffers from the inherent weaknesses of the trust based model. Completely non-reversible transactions are not really possible, since financial institutions cannot avoid mediating disputes.
Some stability on my olympic lifts. Is that too much to ask for? Nike, why are Romaleos sold out everywhere??
A love seat futon. Man, that thing last night was comfy.
A vintage suitcase collection. Okay so I’m easily impressionable ,and this was also a product of last night. In my defense, I’ve wanted to collect vintage suit cases for at least 4 years.
A vibram 5 fingers collection in multiple colors and varieties. Perhaps, even colors that will not make my feet look like a frog.
A new knife, specifically the Izula in OD green.
An organized room. Working on it.
To find my ring mandrel. FOUND IT. REJOICE.
A clean, fixed bike.
A 4th leg for my salvaged chair.
A refined coffee palate.
Competition-ready shape & condition.
A really good paleo cheesecake.
A supper club.
A lot to grow heirloom vegetables in.
And some tacos. Oh, also to watch Django Unchained. Preemptively scratching the last two off my list.
Note that by “forever” we mean “forever”: the man literally intends not to
How does one achieve freedom?
It seems like a worthy goal.
“Your mistake,” Ng says, “is that you think that all mechanically assisted organisms — like me — are pathetic cripples. In fact, we are better than we were before.”