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Milton Glaser’s 10 Rules for Life & Work, the Library Explorer, radiators and the pandemic (true story), a squirrel getting tipsy, and much more in The Zone No. 15.
Another Thursday, another Zone! Are you ready? Here goes!
- Milton Glaser‘s 10 Rules for Life & Work. Difficult to pick any favorites, but I’ll give it a try.
- Some people are toxic. Avoid them
- How you live changes your brain.
- IT DOESN’T MATTER.
- Internet Archive, the non-profit library of millions of free books, movies, music, websites, and other treasures, offers now a thrilling way to browse their library shelves in 3D through their Library Explorer.
- A fascinating photograph taken by NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter in the Valles Marineris canyon system on Mars.
- Ear Candy: Éthiopiques, Vol. 21: Piano Solo by Emahoy Tsegué-Maryam Guèbrou. It goes on repeat these days.
- You’ve probably guessed how much I enjoy Studio Ghibli movies; it seems Studio Ghibli is one of the standing points in The Zone. Here’s a good introduction to the Japanese animation studio.
- The classic steam-heated radiator, still found in many homes across the world, was created because of the 1918 flu pandemic. The radiator allowed people to keep the windows open to provide ventilation.
A Quote I’m Pondering
Build pockets of stillness into your life. Meditate. Go for walks. Ride your bike going nowhere in particular. There is a creative purpose to daydreaming, even to boredom. The best ideas come to us when we stop actively trying to coax the muse into manifesting and let the fragments of experience float around our unconscious mind in order to click into new combinations. Without this essential stage of unconscious processing, the entire flow of the creative process is broken.Maria Popova
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