September 9th, 2014

The Story of Fragrances

April 14th, 2014
As humans, we waste the shit out of our words. It’s sad. We use words like “awesome” and “wonderful” like they’re candy. It was awesome? Really? It inspired awe? It was wonderful? Are you serious? It was full of wonder? You use the word “amazing” to describe a goddamn sandwich at Wendy’s.
What’s going to happen on your wedding day, or when your first child is born? How will you describe it? You already wasted “amazing” on a fucking sandwich.
Louis C.K.
March 21st, 2014

The Most Astounding Fact

Astrophysicist Dr. Neil DeGrasse Tyson was asked by a reader of TIME magazine, “What is the most astounding fact you can share with us about the Universe?”

This is his answer.


March 4th, 2014

Burning Man 2013

- BURN by Kien Lam

March 3rd, 2014
Things turn out best for the people who make the best of the way things turn out.
John Wooden
December 31st, 2013

Before you make your goals for 2014 watch this…

December 7th, 2013

Twitter CEO Dick Costolo, a University of Michigan alumnus, was main speaker at the May 4, 2013, University of Michigan spring commencement.

November 14th, 2013

The Encounter Collection by Stephen Kenn explores the significant act of passing an object on from one generation to the next. It is in this exchange, accompanied by words of wisdom, that a boy is often called to a life of courage. While aware that everyone’s life experience is unique, and often painful, this film focuses on the experience of a boy losing his father and yet retaining the love and passion that was intended for him.

November 12th, 2013

Gentle lady, do not sing
Sad songs about the end of love;
Lay aside sadness and sing
How love that passes is enough.

Sing about the long deep sleep
Of lovers that are dead, and how
In the grave all love shall sleep:
Love is aweary now.

James Joyce
November 6th, 2013

Bill Oddie’s BankWatch


November 4th, 2013
Don’t cry because it’s over, smile because it happened.
Dr. Seuss
October 29th, 2013
Mistakes are the portals of discovery.
James Joyce