dangling on a silver linging, cc: @jayquercia (at Under the Williamsburg Bridge (Brooklyn))
this is my farewell note to this city. (at Brooklyn Bridge Park)
turning point. (at Fulton Mall)
From what may anyone be saved? Only from themselves! That is, their individual hell; they dig it with their own desires!
Edgar Cayce Reading 262-40
i never understood why the postal service didn’t see the rise of email coming and adapt accordingly to maintain a viable business model.
today’s new york times bits features another in a long line of pieces profiling disruptive transportation services like uber. it’s sad that after lessons-learned in new york city cities like los angeles are resorting to backwards intimidation tactics.
when companies put fear ahead of improving their service model for the benefit of customers and workers alike, they deserve whatever disruption they have coming.
the last time i tried to lose weight, i found that sprinting the steps in ft. green park helped me see results more quickly than distance.
in today’s times, tony schwartz describes how a similar approach might make us more productive at work:
"Just as runners find that short, intense workouts are a good way to train, bursts of single-minded tasks can help us be far more efficient with work," the author writes.
career moves. (at Venice Beach)
greenies. (at Venice Beach)
yeah bro. cc: @sabahkosoy @mattkosoy @orensten (at Venice Beach)
business trips are terrible. (at Venice Beach Boardwalk)