sonder

03 Nov 2016 | obscure sorrow

Bojack Horseman:

One day, you’re gonna look around and you’re going to realize that everybody loves you, but nobody likes you. And that is the loneliest feeling in the world.

Ravi Zacharias:

Our greatest longing is for acceptance and our greatest fear is rejection.

Marina Keegan:

We don’t have a word for the opposite of loneliness, but if we did, I could say that’s what I want in life.

Secretly incredible people just do things.

03 Nov 2016 | love does

Jason Florio:

In our travels in West Africa we have often found the people who have the least will offer you the most.

Nicky Gumbel:

If you want to know what someone is like, look at how they treat people who can do nothing for them.

Seth Godin:

There are two challenges here. The first is that in a connection economy, the idea that others need to be in coach for you to be in first doesn’t scale very well. And the second, in the words of moms everywhere: Life is more fun when you don’t compare.

Quiet and gentle soul

03 Nov 2016 | minimalist

/u/inommmz:

Learn how to work quietly. Basically if you’re not supposed to make noise and are, you’re increasing the risk of breaking or fucking something up.

Julian Treasure:

Music on top of noise is just more noise - a bit like perfume on a bad smell.

Also, Loudness war, Millennial Whoop, and the hum that helps to fight crime.

Power to the people!

03 Nov 2016 | captain fantastic

Tshering Tobgay:

Our Constitution demands that a minimum 0f 60 percent of Bhutan’s total land shall remain under forest cover for all time.

Monica Araya:

A surprising idea won the heart and minds: we would reboot the country, and that second republic would have no army.
We made that decision permanent in the new constitution.

People don't want actual friends on Facebook, they want an audience.

03 Nov 2016 | social media

downton-radio

Robert Crawley:

I find the whole idea a kind of thief of life. That people should waste hours huddled around a wooden box, listening to someone talking at them, burbling inanities from somewhere else.

Malcolm Gladwell:

He knew he needed to do a better job of navigating the world, but he didn’t know how.
He’d had to make his way alone, and no one ever makes it alone.

[via /u/whocaresyouguy]

Messing with your HTTP traffic.

03 Nov 2016 | the stand

/u/kvw260:

Pretend ice cream stores gave away free milkshakes. But you had to buy a straw to drink them. But that’s okay, because you still get free milkshakes. One day you’re drinking a free milkshake and you look down and the guy that sold you the straw is pinching it almost shut. You can still get your milkshake, but it’s really hard and takes a lot longer. So you say, “Hey! Stop that!” And the straw guy says, “NO! Not until the ice cream store pays me money.” And you say, “But I already paid you money for the straw.” And the straw guy says, “I don’t care. I just want more money.”

Ron Swanson:

Whatever happened to, “Hey, I have some apples. Would you like to buy them?” “Yes, thank you.” That’s as complicated as it should be to open a business in this country.

Also, Website-Targeted False Content Injection by Network Operators.

[via @ericlaw]

Linux Dell touchpad

31 Oct 2016 | tinker

Ce problème se règle assez facilement, quand on sait quoi faire ! Il faut ajouter une ligne à un fichier de configuration pour “blacklister” un certain pilote, qui entre en conflit avec la reconnaissance du touchpad.

echo "blacklist i2c_hid" | sudo tee -a /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist.conf

Truth's rarely fun.

16 Dec 2015 | the mentalist

Wired:

No one is either perfectly good or perfectly evil. People occupy a space right on each side of the line. And sometimes, without knowing it, you switch sides.

Christopher Goffard:

And it had happened in Irvine, no less — the county’s model, master-planned city — inviting people to contemplate the ugliness that seethed behind closed doors in places that overpromised order and niceness and green.

Just don't go too big and go homeless.

16 Dec 2015 | htmiia

Brooke Cardinas:

You can’t really know what it is to want things until you’re at least 30. And then, with each passing year, it gets bigger because the want is more and the possibility is less. Like how each passing year of your life seems faster because it’s a smaller portion of your total life.

Sasha:

Well, it kind of has to be your passion when you spent your whole life saying it’s all you ever wanted to do, and your parents spent a shitload of money on music school and I couldn’t even quit if I wanted to.

Norah

02 Dec 2015 | meta

Sunshine Cleaning - Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist - My Blueberry Nights.

Also, female character studies.

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