1. I love these ladies! And want to be just like them when I grow up. Inspiring.

  2. The future of storytelling by Felix Barrett.

    My experience at Sleep No More was amazing.

  3. Doing it MY WAY.
My experience at Sleep No More illustrates how amazing and problematic that can be. It’s amazing because I get to choose! I’m in control! My path is unique! It’s problematic because I’m afraid! There are so many choices! No one can tell me if I’m doing the right thing!

    Doing it MY WAY.

    My experience at Sleep No More illustrates how amazing and problematic that can be. It’s amazing because I get to choose! I’m in control! My path is unique! It’s problematic because I’m afraid! There are so many choices! No one can tell me if I’m doing the right thing!

  4. explore-blog:

    Fascinating: A physicist and an ecologist who both study complex networks map out how ideas spread, using a pool of 24,000 TEDx talks from 147 countries around the world to find a mathematical structure – a meme-ome – underlying the ideas behind them to better understand how they relate to each other. 

  5. Take My Time. Go Deeper. Find Meaning.

I like communicating and sharing ideas. I love the interaction and community that surrounds me and the growth that happens when I put myself out into the world.

    Take My Time. Go Deeper. Find Meaning.

    I like communicating and sharing ideas. I love the interaction and community that surrounds me and the growth that happens when I put myself out into the world.

  6. Alex Sparks is passionate and inspiring. I love everything about this.

  7. explore-blog:

A demographic portrait of humanity if the world were 100 people. Best thing since Toby Ng’s World of 100 infographic posters.

    explore-blog:

    A demographic portrait of humanity if the world were 100 people. Best thing since Toby Ng’s World of 100 infographic posters.

  8. Photographs of fragile things with illustrated text from Neil Gaiman’s book Fragile Things. Part One of Three.

    Photographs of fragile things with illustrated text from Neil Gaiman’s book Fragile Things. Part One of Three.

  9. explore-blog:


A FEATHER.
A feather is trimmed, it is trimmed by the light and the bug and the post, it is trimmed by little leaning and by all sorts of mounted reserves and loud volumes. It is surely cohesive.

Lisa Congdon illustrates Tender Buttons, Gertrude Stein’s avant-garde 1914 verses about everyday objects.

    explore-blog:

    A FEATHER.

    A feather is trimmed, it is trimmed by the light and the bug and the post, it is trimmed by little leaning and by all sorts of mounted reserves and loud volumes. It is surely cohesive.

    Lisa Congdon illustrates Tender Buttons, Gertrude Stein’s avant-garde 1914 verses about everyday objects.

  10. explore-blog:

A timeline of the One Ring, from an ambitious project visualizing Tolkien’s books. Best thing since Jack Kerouac visualized and The Beatles charted. 
Complement with Cartographies of Time – a visual history of the timeline. 

    explore-blog:

    A timeline of the One Ring, from an ambitious project visualizing Tolkien’s books. Best thing since Jack Kerouac visualized and The Beatles charted

    Complement with Cartographies of Time – a visual history of the timeline.