10:32 PM

Stay Current

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10:27 PM

Most Unexpected Dig-that Album

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Dude, I didn't see this one coming. This album is nice yo. When stacked against other R&B albums that attempt to do the same thing (which I usually don't really dig into), this one knocks them out of the box. I'm far more likely to check out future The-Dream projects. Full review coming.




5:57 PM

Potential Manifesto

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No written word nor spoken plea
Can teach our youth what they should be
Nor all the books on all the shelves,
It's what the teachers are themselves.


-Unknown

12:11 AM

9th Lesson

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9th

10:57 PM

General Research 1

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You might want to look up. While his name doesn't always pop up in conversations, his ideologies do: Reinhold Niebuhr


..and yes, I know this is a wikipedia article. Let's call it a start.

10:43 PM

HA HA HAaaa....sigh

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Have a chuckle

10:31 PM

Maybe

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I'm super diggin this track. If this is where BP3rd is going, I'm wit it. Still not sure about train music....feels like a ssstttttrrrrreeeeettttccchhhhhhh. But, I've been wrong before (i.e. T-Pain)




http://www.zshare.net/audio/57769283610a1fae/

8:53 PM

>= I

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I have a Sear's Tower worth of work to do and +$200 plane ticket to see the lady that I very well may not be able to use and why? Because I didn't read.
(bomb of frustration explodes) ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... ............ . ... . .. . ............ . .... .. . .
This sucks!

7:18 PM

by Ted Kooser

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Selecting A Reader
First, I would have her be beautiful,
and walking carefully up on my poetry
at the loneliest moment of an afternoon,
her hair still damp at the neck
from washing it. She should be wearing
a raincoat, an old one, dirty
from not having money enough for the cleaners.
She will take out her glasses, and there
in the bookstore, she will thumb
over my poems, then put the book back
up on its shelf. She will say to herself,
"For that kind of money, I can get
my raincoat cleaned." And she will.



-ted kooser
us poet laureate 2004-2006

10:51 AM

Your Favorite Designer's Favorite Designer 2

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Tinker Hatfield


Full Name: Tinker Hatfield
From: Hillsboro, Oregon
Now: Vice President of Innovation at Nike Inc.
Principles: If you're doing it right, people will either love it or hate it. There is no gray.
A Word: "As I often say, when you sit down to design something- can be anything. It can be car or a toaster, a house, a tall building, or a shoe. What you draw or what you design is really a culmination of everything you've seen and done in your life previous to that point."

He Caught our Attention With: Our first look at an airbag in the Nike Air Max 1.

We Knew When: We came to understand the Air Jordan XIII


9:31 PM

Droplet on the Keyboard

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So I felt like writing again. 


And just like that...I didn't anymore. Remind me to write a post about perspective.

3:41 PM

the Edge

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Make no mistake, I am an iPhone advocate through and through. These new phones and, more intriguingly, new concepts are noteworthy. At this point, short of the iPhone's iPod feature and App Store, I see little exceptionality in the user interface. I'd go so far as to say that HTC and Palm are jockeying for the cutting edge in user experience-centric mobile software.



Just as I begin the waiver in my considering the iPhone as the best available smart phone on the market, I remember something Steve Jobs said when they first introduced the phone in 2007. He said that the iPhone was 3 years ahead of any other phone available THEN. He was right. After scrambling to provide touch sensitive products, companies began to the discover that the iPhone's success was not due to its innovative multi-touch technology. The iPhone provided a simple, rich experience to its users. Having one myself now, I appreciate how much better it is than any other mobile experience I've had or witnessed. And so, as the competition takes note and begins to provide the kinds of services and experiences that place them on Apple's heals, I hear of this:




4:56 PM

Adjustment: Day N Nite

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2:49 PM

Eye Adaba

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This song is special.

2:06 PM

Performance

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Taking it all in. The lights, the words, the instrumentation, the spirit of the music-like a boy.

8:45 PM

Ye! My computer is back

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Had crash not long ago

Seems long since last I wrote
Arranged marriage, seems I long for free
dummy to the fact it was always I
and this ain't so free
Just not so tech
See bubbles make you think that the world pop
Like trouble's on the brink but it's kinda not
The real in deed is opposite
I post sit on the line, asking why not stand
Hides tear through like clothe to sheers
The sight can make you cringe
Homie close the sheers 

Blind I's see no evil 
And you close your ears with your hands
Primed up so you speak no evil