A collection of 39 posts

Wisdom from Jules Verne

“One can't always be magnificent, but simplicity is always a possible alternative.” - H. G. Wells, 'The First Men in the Moon' https://t.co/JzaGmPNXcW pic.twitter.com/


Today is the darkest day of the year (that is, if you're with us in the northern hemisphere.)@BarbaraMahany says it's a time to "turn inside, to be

Birds of a Feather

"In Praise of Wasting Time" by novelist and physicist Alan Lightman published today! Discover that sometimes the best thing to do is to do nothing at all: https://t.co/FzSYK4vSDB

Like a crazy guy

There is a guy in the coffee shop sitting alone and drinking coffee like a crazy person. No phone. No laptop. No smart watch. No book. Just coffee. Alone with his thoughts. —

Snowy Solitude

Written February 3, 1857, in his "Journal," vol. IX, p.236 pic.twitter.com/QnNnMecEPE — Walden Woods Project (@TheWaldenWoods) December 12, 2017

The Case for No Interruptions

"Working while receiving e-mails and phone calls reduces a worker’s IQ by about ten points relative to working uninterrupted." @TheEconomist https://t.co/DrLxOMtHB0 — Adam Alter (@adamleealter) December 12,