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The film of tomorrow appears to me as even more personal than an individual and...– Some Came Running: Truffaut/Hitchcock this line: “the number of spectators will be proportional to the number of friends the director has.” so so true
CK: Well listen, the differences between Montaigne and bloggers are so manifold...– The Millions : When We Aspire to Write Like Ourselves: A Conversation with Carl H. Klaus
The problem with Internet quotations is that many are not genuine.” - Abraham...– Clayton Cramer’s Blog: A Profound Thought
Nietzsche can steel you in your secret conviction that, no, I’m a genius,...– Jared Lee Loughner’s Nietzsche: Why the philosopher is misunderstood by angry young men. - By Matt Feeney - Slate Magazine
I went to this talk! it’s part of the MIT Museum Soapbox series, where they pick two innovators. Toward the end they split the audience into groups to come up with good questions to ask the speakers. I wish every museum had something like that. It was so fun tinkerkid: Sociable Robots Moderator: Bruce Gellerman, Speakers: Cynthia Breazeal, Sherry Turkle; MIT Museum on April 29, 2008;...
But at some point in the (probably very distant) future, the number of dead...– The dead shall walk among us | things magazine
17-21: Very shy: Shyness is preventing you from reaching your full potential in...– How Shy Are You? - ABC News yes, i know
II. Talk about what you have written, by all means, but do not read from it...– Marginal Revolution: Walter Benjamin’s tips for writing
But we may be approaching a period where the machines will feed you an infinite...– The WELL: State of the World 2011: Bruce Sterling and Jon Lebkowsky
William Zinsser writes in On Writing Well, “Never try to picture a mass...– The Fear of Writing Every Day  « Tape Noise Diary