I don't recall who recommended that I listen to Alex Haas' music but I'm doing so now. (Was it Eraldo Bernocchi with a statement about Alex's ability to create atmosphere?)
While making the case for mindfulness (aka meditation), this article cites modern research in psychology and neuroscience making the case that the self is actually multiple selves which can explain inconsistent behavior. And those voices in your head.
|A Google map of U.S. nuclear weapon design, manufacture, and testing.|
Isn't Shakespeare in modern English kinda like the Mona Lisa as a GIF?
And there's a new album from Centrozoon.
And you can watch a video of J. Peter Schwalm performing The Beauty of Disaster live.
Looking for Japanese recipes? Check out Otaku Food, a blog written by a friend's daughter.
More from friends: Blue Hope, the second novel builds on Red Hope and man's quest for all things Martian.
If jazz is your thing, check out Pete Levin's new album Mobius.
Fred's won the 2017 Burger Battle here in Fort Worth. I'd link to the article in the Star-Telegram but it's behind a paywall.
Everything I know about drawing (which admittedly isn't much) comes from Don Martin in Mad Magazine.
I can't do more than quote directly from the Newsweek article. "Security experts warn sex toys connected to the internet are vulnerable to hacking." (If your sex toy is connected to the internet, you're doing it wrong.)
...Hope is the consquence of action. ~Cornel West and Roberto Unger