[bha size=’120×120′ variation=’01’ align=’alignright’]Laughter is the quickest way to get people with divergent views or backgrounds to agree. As Trevor Noah puts it, “Laughter doesn’t need thought.” It is intuited. Laughter is an antidote to difference because it is indifferent — it has no preference — even if a 😂 only lasts a few seconds. Ralph […]
If you ruminate in excess, you’re lost. Less thinking and more doing to test the reality of those beliefs. Read Admitting that you’re lost and heed the advice of Bill Murray.
The Grand Budapest Hotel by Wes Anderson. Again, that beautiful typeface is Archer.
“You need to build an ability to just be yourself and not be doing something. That’s what the phones are taking away. The ability to just sit there … that’s being a person.” — Louis CK
“Most young comedians don’t think about being good, they think about being famous.” — Jeff Garlin Fame just happens. It can’t be forced.
The most remarkable people on the Internet are the ones tweeting or posting unpredictable content. One of my favorite twitter handles is @fart, mostly because his tweets are outlandish and comical. Just look at his profile picture. One of my favorite Tumblrs is nevver for its provocative art posts. Everything on there is rebloggable. If […]
“Disruption is overrated. If you tell good stories, the platforms are sort of beside the point.” — South Park creator Matt Stone on his content Content is king. Content is elastic to any platform, hard goods or digital.
But it was the combination of the rotary printing press, mass literacy and capitalism which really created the space for comic art to flourish. In Britain Punch coined the term “cartoon” in 1843 to describe its satirical sketches, which soon spread to other newspapers. Welcome Hugh!
Men Throwing Rocks With The Other Hand
“If you work really hard, and you’re kind, amazing things will happen.” — Conan O’Brien