I’m taking advantage of the “snow day” to share what I have been reading, watching, listening to, thinking about — and I invite you to join me, even if you don’t have a snow day. (Truth be told, DC only got a couple of inches and a 2-hour delay, but humor me.) Legitimacy through public service: The […]
beauty and wonder
I hunkered down at the library this week, working on a couple of long-term projects. I kept one eye on Twitter, though, as I always do, and wanted to share what distracted — and inspired — me this week: Radiolab: Worth — what would you pay for another month of life? How about a year? […]
I respect secrets. When my grandmother died at age 96 and a half, her final words were: “Erase my email.” Why? I don’t need to know. And she is not someone you want to cross (present tense — her spirit is still here with me, urging me to live a big life.) But I am […]
On this Giving Tuesday, consider donating money to support Regina Holliday’s latest project: The Walking Gallery Center for Arts and Healing.
I’ll be mostly offline for the next couple of weeks. See you then!
Jodi Sperber snapped this photo of an older man helping a younger man with his tie on the T in Boston. I love it and shared it online (after getting Jodi’s permission). Roni Zeiger was one friend I sent it to and he replied, “Networks of microexperts ready to help each other: you never know where […]