Apple Partners With Historic Rival IBM To Make iPhones More Business-Friendly

Posted on Wednesday, 16 July

Posted on Thursday, 26 June


A BBC documentary on one of the most popular, classic, and influential garments of all time: Levis’ 501 jeans. Well worth a watch. 

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Charles Bukowski’s Top 10 Tips For Living A Kick-Ass Life

Posted on Tuesday, 17 June

"React, Respond, Recover (+1): You make a mistake that irritates the customer. You react, respond and recover from the mistake. But the customer is just the beginning - to talk about you to other people. They will say something good, nothing, or something bad.

How much is a positive story worth? How much is a saved customer worth?

This is where +1 enters the picture. To ensure a positive story and a saved customer, all you have to do is add “+” to the end of the transaction. Something extra that the customer certainly was not expecting. Something that will bring out a smile. Something that will add some “good” to the situation, and make a pleasant surprise the last memory the customer has.”

Posted on Wednesday, 4 June

Customer Satisfaction is Worthless

Posted on Tuesday, 3 June


"Failure is absolutely required."

— Dave Peth, speaking at CreativeMornings/Boston.

Watch the talk.

Posted on Wednesday, 28 May

If you are over 30… successful companies should not employ you.

Posted on Wednesday, 14 May

Mark Zuckerberg Is Officially An Old Loser, According To Mark Zuckerberg

[h/t Noah Chestnut]

(via fastcompany)

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NuLu’s $13 million streetscape development plans revealed - Insider Louisville

Posted on Monday, 12 May

Some cool changes coming to my neighborhood… 

List: Corporate Time Equivalents.

Posted on Thursday, 8 May

Posted on Wednesday, 7 May


“Find what you love and let it kill you.” 

Charles Bukowski, Los Angeles, 1982.

Posted on Friday, 2 May


This Is What A Holographic iPhone Might Look Like

Lasers. Infrared sensors. Parabolic mirror assemblies. These are the technologies that could allow iPhones of the future to project holograms from 3-D screens, according to a new Apple patent application.

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Posted on Wednesday, 30 April

Our annual chocolate horse going into place… 

Posted on Wednesday, 30 April


These 3-D Printed Houses From China Appear In Just A Few Hours

They won’t win any beauty contest, but a Chinese company has figured out how to print practical homes from waste materials—all for half the cost of conventional construction.

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Posted on Tuesday, 22 April


Sparkling Sidewalks That Reduce The Need For Street Lighting

There’s little need to be wary of a nighttime stroll though a park in Cambridge, England. During the day, particles in the surface of the path absorb UV light. In the evening, they release that energy again. The result is a beautiful effect that its creators call “Starpath.”

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