The renowned Spanish artist Jaume Plensa has been active for decades, creating art in the public space which really catches the eye.
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Tim Ferriss is the author of The 4-Hour Workweek, first published in 2007. After his speech at SXSW the same year, the word quickly spread through the blogosphere and it quickly became extremely popular among aspiring digital nomads.
It feels like there is some sort of creative revolution that has been taking place these last ten years. People are writing blogs, uploading film clips on YouTube, sharing music on SoundCloud and connecting on various social media.
Wayne Gretzky differentiated a great hockey player from a merely good one by the ability to “skate where the puck’s going, not where it’s been”. And that is true of many areas.
The last days have seen a lot of buzz regarding Steve Jobs resigning. I guess that didn’t come as a shock, but it’s nevertheless sad to see him go.
Historically there has been always been a steady increase on connectivity. This has led to all sorts of innovation and progress.
I’ve recently seen posts by Rick Strahl and Dave Shea as they discovered that some people were stealing their articles and placing their own name on another blog. Unfortunately, this is nothing new and I’ve seen it happen before on several occasions.
After the zombie walk a few months ago it was time to hit the city once more with something weird. Last year I wrote about the “freeze” action in several cities.
What would you do if hundreds of people around you simply froze in their steps? This inspiring idea was explored by Improve Elsewhere in one of the busiest places in New York.
Many of us have some sort of ToDo-lists that seem to mysteriously grow larger for every passing day. Adding a lot of fun things to a list is easy, but later on it may become a burden.