The music is by The National. I can listen in the office. I have jokes, and people laugh. There's free food in the break room, and I am able to give two watermelons away. I'm finally sleeping in my bed again, and they call to say they got the place for the ...
A good writing with a good reading and a great little song clip at the end. Sometimes it's nice to feel again. Today I am grateful for this .
There is photographic proof. We live under different moons. Today I am grateful that when we look up we don't see the same thing. (how boring would that be?) If you go here please take a photograph. I want to see what you see. Surely there is no better plac...
He says, "I want to live in a world where anything can happen." So he created this . Today I am grateful for people who create.
Noah Greenberg's work . Today I am grateful for other people's work. (though it does stand as a reminder of what little work I am doing lately)
Seth's Blog: Numbers (and the magic of measuring the right thing)
What you measure usually gets paid attention to, and what you pay attention to, usually gets better. Numbers supercharge measurement, becaus
Seth's Blog: All the events you weren't there to control...
Yesterday, thousands of people got married. Just about every one of these weddings went beautifully. Amazingly, you weren't there, on-site,
Listen to a moving track by Kindness inspired by the Syrian refugee cris...
Kindness is part of a group of artists who've moved to try and do their bit to help with the current Syrian refugee crisis. The track called
Seth's Blog: When you do work that matters, the crowd will call you a fool
If you do something remarkable, something new and something important, not everyone will understand it (at first). Your work is for someone,
Seth's Blog: People are real, but the crowd disappoints
Every crowd, sooner or later, will let you down. The crowd contains a shoplifter, or a heckler, or an anonymous boor who leaves a snarky com
The edge of Hong Kong from Above | Stuck in Customs
It's hard to believe the water is this color on the edge of Hong Kong, isn't it? It's not always that color, but I happen to be right by the
Seth's Blog: Labor unions in a post-industrial age
The us/them mindset of the successful industrialist led to the inevitable and essential creation of labor unions. If, as Smith and Marx wrot