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Jeremy Goldman
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Very insightful piece by Arthur (one of my favorite +Rewire Me writers). What do you guys think?
 
A recent study shows that thinking about science leads to more ethical behavior.
Obsessed as they are with weights, measures, and other materialistic minutiae, scientists, we are often told, miss the mark when it comes to discerning the intangible values that give life its true meaning—and are sometimes an active force for evil. “We murder to dissect,” the poet Wordsworth
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Kind of dug this...I know I shouldn't, but this is how I feel at most museums.
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I'm sure your wife is proud! 
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About time!
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I don't think we look that familiar - what do you think?
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Welcome aboard, +Leiti Hsu, +Rajev Shukla, +Stephanie Grayson! Nice to see G+ gaining a bit more momentum.   
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Aboard?! I'm a G+ old-timer by now! Lol
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It's interesting to think about how few people thought Google+ would exist such a long time after its debut. Plenty of pockets of activity on here. Not on my feed, but in general :).
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I wonder how it works ... You fit in a lot of my circles so I stopped adding you at 6 circles. How does that play into their numbers?
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Jeremy Goldman was in a video call. <a class='ot-hashtag' href='https://plus.google.com/s/%23hangoutsonair'>#hangoutsonair</a>
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Nice to hear cofirmation - but is anyone all that surprised?
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I was reading the piece below (disclaimer: I'm working with the site, though I find their content fascinating as a consumer) and I was thinking about some of the design projects I've worked on.

So often, we try to determine whether or not we've been successful with design projects after the fact because success is harder to quantify. I'm wondering: what, in a nutshell, makes you consider a design project successful?
I recently attended a lecture on “Unleashing Your Voice,” about recognizing who we are. It brought me back to the first time I met my Buddhist teacher, Dr. Joe Loizzo. He and I discussed the way people think they know who they are and what they want in life. Who are we, really? Do we robotically
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+Jeremy Goldman Interesting question! As the article says, success is found within us and not by satisfying what society foists upon us. But when it comes to design for business, success IS largely based on how well the external needs (that of the client and project objectives) are satisfied and not so much on our personal goals and interests. Yet, doing what is right by a professional designer’s own creative standards is usually also what is best for the client, as long as it fulfills the business objectives and the clients needs are kept at the forefront.

The pitfall, however, is that designers (especially young ones) can quickly fall into the realm of “personal art,” where they focus more on aesthetics and lose sight of the client’s interests — sometimes without even realizing it. So this poses an interesting dilemma and one that designers should pay attention to as they proceed in their careers.
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Dearest Universe: can you give me a few extra hours in the day at least some of the time? 

In the chance you can't accomodate that, I'll settle for dogs who can walk themselves & pick up their own poop. Thanks!
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Sometimes looking backwards isn't such a bad idea, no?
Alina Razzouk originally shared to Science on G+ (• Art in Science):
 
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Digital Strategist (formerly of Kiehl's, TEMPTU, Jurlique) now working on iluminage, a luxury startup concept backed by Unilever. Entrepreneur, writer & tech-lover by nature. Bigtime article sharer.
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  • Emory University
    Political Science & History, 1998 - 2000
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Not bad! Very, very good food. Nice location. Good ambience for what it is. Worth checking out.
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