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ATTENTION INSPIRED BY FAMILY:

After today, this lovely blog will be merged with my memoir page entitled WHEN I WAS YOUR AGE… Please follow the site, so that we may stay in touch and continue to inspire one another.

Thank you my friends!

-Jason

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spiritualinspiration:

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How our culture misunderstands compatibility.

kevinbuster:

Funky New Year, Funky New Mix.  Hot off the press.  

Here’s a mix I did tonight of some of my favorite house songs as of late.  You can download it for free or stream it.  Hope you enjoy and happy new year!  - Kevin


Track Listing:

1. “Morning Light” - Edit Murphy
2. “Garage is Back” - BLM
3. “So Real(Huxley Remix) - Combo
4. “New Day(Original Mix) - Sinc, Daniel Sanchez
5. “Feel the Heat” - Geisha Twins
6. “Waste Love(Feat. Quadron) - Kaskade
7. “Off My Mind(Rogue Vogue Remix) - Moon Boots


spiritualinspiration:

In today’s fast paced and hectic world, I find that more and more people are disconnected with God. Belief in god and the power of prayer can do a world of good to every one of us. You don’t have to believe in the rituals set up by your religion to believe in God and to pray to Him. Here are 7…


How fantasies like Twilight damage expectations for romance and reality.

thedailyfeed:

Apple unveiled the iPhone 4S today, its “most amazing iPhone yet.” The new phone will be available Oct. 14 for Sprint, AT&T and Verizon, with online pre-orders starting this Friday. 
The coolest new features: 
Voice-recognizing personal assistant named Siri that responds to natural questions like, “Do I need an umbrella today?” 
A5 processor that Apple says doubles speed and amps graphics up to 7x
8 mega-pixel camera with a fifth lens and upgraded light sensor
1080p HD video recording

thedailyfeed:

Apple unveiled the iPhone 4S today, its “most amazing iPhone yet.” The new phone will be available Oct. 14 for Sprint, AT&T and Verizon, with online pre-orders starting this Friday. 

The coolest new features: 

  • Voice-recognizing personal assistant named Siri that responds to natural questions like, “Do I need an umbrella today?” 
  • A5 processor that Apple says doubles speed and amps graphics up to 7x
  • 8 mega-pixel camera with a fifth lens and upgraded light sensor
  • 1080p HD video recording

(via thedailyfeed)

thebluthcompany:

It’s the exact plot of Mrs. Doubtfire.

thebluthcompany:

It’s the exact plot of Mrs. Doubtfire.

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Tish Moss Stewart

You know what’s sad about so many entrepreneurs? They’re quick to sell-out. They’re in it for the money, and are in a constant get-rich-quick state-of-mind. Pump and dump. Create a perception of success, sell it to someone with deep pockets and watch from afar as it flounders and fails, smugly blaming its demise on “big business that didn’t know what they had when they bought it.” I know, because I have been one of them.

You know who hasn’t? Sam Calagione, the founder ofDogfish Head Craft Brewery. His deeply imaginative and exotic recipes, his hand-painted labels, his slogans, brand names and philosophy are all from the heart of a true artist. An artisan.

But it is his business savvy that completes the equation. His ability to grow controllably, to manage distribution and the supply chain, to attend to vendors and to speak articulately about the method of his success as well as its madness, that truly makes him a star. And that is what makes it possible for him to laugh at multimillion dollar offers for small pieces of his business. He doesn’t want it. He doesn’t need it. Because he has captured the essence of true entrepreneurship.

It’s about the journey.

Any professional investor will ask you about your “exit strategy.” It is literally by-design that companies are built with the intention of trading hands. It is supposedly this very process that keeps our economy moving forward. The creators create and the business guys figure out a way to make it profitable. Or shut it down and move on to the next big thing.

I’m humbled by Calagione’s approach. There is no destination in his plan. Only great recipes, great people and great experiences. And it earns him $52 million a year.

Interested in hearing more? Enjoy this Bloomberg feature on the man behind the fastest-growing craft brewery, 5 years running.

theclearlydope:

Clearly Dope Sleeping Thing: I’m officially adding The Sleepbox to my list of would be super powers. Snap my fingers and the Sleepbox appears.

2:30pm at the office … snap … SLEEPBOX

Airport … snap … SLEEPBOX

4AM leaving the club … snap … SEXBOX

blackandwtf:

1926
This shot from the movie The General is the most expensive shot in silent film history. It was filmed in a single take, that had to be perfect, with a real train and a ‘dummy’ engineer (notice the white arm hanging out the conductors window). Some of the locals who came to watch the filming, thought the dummy was a real person and screamed in horror; supposedly, one person even fainted.
(via Jaeger Amzallag)

blackandwtf:

1926

This shot from the movie The General is the most expensive shot in silent film history. It was filmed in a single take, that had to be perfect, with a real train and a ‘dummy’ engineer (notice the white arm hanging out the conductors window). Some of the locals who came to watch the filming, thought the dummy was a real person and screamed in horror; supposedly, one person even fainted.

(via Jaeger Amzallag)

cabbagerose:

Living Roof: A New Ecological Urban Retreat by NAU

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So… this is real

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NY Heritage Collection

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