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A wise man once said that all human activity is a form of play. And the highest form of play is the search for Truth, Beauty and Love. What more is needed? Should there be a ‘meaning’ as well, that will be a bonus?

If we waste time looking for life’s meaning, we may have no time to live — or to play.

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EAT. PLAY. LIVE.

Arthur C. Clarke on the meaning of life (via explore-blog)

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— 1 year ago with 212 notes
The Internet is Eating Me: Revoking Wins as a Punishment →

On Glory and Legacy.

jimmymarks:

This concept isn’t new. But lately, it’s been happening enough to give one pause. There’s Lance Armstrong, there’s Joe Paterno and Penn State…hell, there’s that kid who cheated at Scrabble.

Let’s throw away the reasons for a few minutes. We all know why these decisions were made. But how can you…

— 1 year ago with 10 notes
SMARTY ARTY TRAFFIC SCHOOL.
jedsundwall:

If you ever have the extreme misfortune of getting caught rolling a stop sign in CA and are forced to pay $290 for the privilege of taking an online driving course, I highly recommend trafficschooltogo.com. It’s cheap and they do a good job of embracing the kafkaesque nature of the whole experience.

SMARTY ARTY TRAFFIC SCHOOL.

jedsundwall:

If you ever have the extreme misfortune of getting caught rolling a stop sign in CA and are forced to pay $290 for the privilege of taking an online driving course, I highly recommend trafficschooltogo.com. It’s cheap and they do a good job of embracing the kafkaesque nature of the whole experience.

— 1 year ago with 6 notes

PARODY, DESIGN, HEART IS HAPPY.

clientsfromhell:

Everyone’s favourite font, now in song-form.

— 1 year ago with 1254 notes

TKO.

escapekit:

Visual System FCCh by Hey Studio

(via negropolitan)

— 1 year ago with 173 notes
Satisfying viz work. Love it.

explore-blog:

Remarkable animated map brings New York City’s famous grid into the 21st century.

( Quipsologies)

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— 1 year ago with 52 notes
mttsa:

Shakespeare got to get paid, son.

mttsa:

Shakespeare got to get paid, son.

(via brighteryellow)

— 1 year ago with 85 notes