Present\Imperfect

Trying to live in the present. Always imperfect.

In the age of social media, when cell phones come with camera lenses optimized for selfies, that last question gets asked regularly. So I am going to answer it, once and for all: No. There is no such thing as TMI on the Internet. We are living in a post-TMI age, and everyone needs to deal with it. Preferably by using the ‘unfollow’ button.

New York Magazine’s Maureen O’Connor, on the virtues of the unfollow button, a button that you should probably use if you’re Bill Keller or are married to Bill Keller. (via shortformblog)

"If one person likes something enough to imagine, desire, or create it, then somewhere in this wide world of ours, another person feels the same way."

Great piece on whether there actually is “too much information” on the internet.

(via mashable)

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mashable:

exploratorium:

Learn how the Cardboard Institute of Technology (CIT) constructs disposable multiverses. #tinkeringtuesday

Working out of a huge, shared warehouse space on Treasure Island in the San Francisco Bay, CIT builds sprawling mythologies and microworlds out of scavenged cardboard and hot glue (bought in 20 lb. boxes).

Want more details or suggestions? This activity and over 150 more from artists and tinkerers are featured for you to try yourself in The Art of Tinkering, available now at http://tinkering.exploratorium.edu/the-art-of-tinkering

It’s amazing what you can make with something so simple as cardboard.

fuckyeahhistorycrushes:

He is loved for staring in brilliant films that shaped cinema such as “Cool Hand Luke” and “The Sting”. But he is also famed for those dreamy blue eyes and perfect jaw line. Whatever it was, Paul Newman had it.  What a sexy man.  

Dreamy.

fuckyeahhistorycrushes:

He is loved for staring in brilliant films that shaped cinema such as “Cool Hand Luke” and “The Sting”. But he is also famed for those dreamy blue eyes and perfect jaw line. Whatever it was, Paul Newman had it.  What a sexy man.  

Dreamy.