Carter

Wisdom from the 17th Generation Yoshimoto Bladesmith.

Here’s To You…

Creatures of The Deep by Josh Brine

Mike Giant on Meditation

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“It’s funny for me to tell people to go to the woods for seven days to sit in silence. Guess what? You’ll find out who you are… and it’s not who you think you are.”

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“With words and pictures, you can do just about anything.”

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Mental Floss gets a rare interview with Bill Watterson

Re-Imagining Work

By the RSA and Dave Coplin, Chief Envisioning Officer at Microsoft.

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“What I Sound Like Is What I Am”

Ray Charles on Singing True in the latest Blank on Blank.

Mind Power

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Knock on wood… Researchers found that “people’s elevated concerns after tempting fate can be eliminated if they engage in a ritual to undo that bad luck.”

Malcolm Gladwell: The unheard story of David and Goliath

Gladwell’s new book David and Goliath is on bookshelves today.

Timothy Leary’s Mind Mirror

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A video game designed by the godfather of psychedelics for Electronic Arts in 1985.  Watch a video about the program after the jump.

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Bo Knows

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Bo Diddley’s Guide to Survival

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Bringing Wholesome Food to the Hood

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Roy Choi at MAD3: “A Gateway to Feed Hunger: The Promise of Street Food”

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Y’all Supposed to Act Impressed

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Wayne White’s TEDxKC talk.

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You Can Handle It

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The Weirdo “No Hope” Diagram by R. Crumb. Transforming you with the “cold, hard truth.”

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David Byrne: Advice to the Young

In the Studio with Dr. Dre

An in depth 1997 interview from which snippets were used in the documentary “Rhyme and Reason.”

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The World’s Best

Ever. The TED talk.

Creative Wisdom

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BILL WATTERSON: A cartoonist’s advice by Zen Pencils

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The Religious Experience of Philip K. Dick

by Robert Crumb

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“Most of them (the English intelligentsia) are perfectly ready for dictatorial methods, secret police, systematic falsification of history etc. so long as they feel that it is on ‘our’ side.”

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George Orwell in a 1944 letter that detailed “the thesis of his great novel.”

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