For those of you who take this VERY seriously 🙂 I don’t do this with music (although maybe I should) but I am extremely fussy about all my digital artwork & photography. So I get it.
It doesn’t matter how big your music collection is if you can’t find the tunes you want. This in-depth guide will help.
Source: How to manage your music library
After an argument with the powers-that-be over a Toyota contract valued at roughly six million dollars, McCormick was told that his services were no longer needed.
“The possibility of having that amount of money made me a nutcase,” he says. “I was just no good. I thought, ‘Is that what this is gonna end up being? I’m gonna be a weirdo that no one wants to be around for some stupid soundscapes and jingles?’ I tried real hard, and then I failed real hard.”
Never hesitate to change direction when you feel you need to.
Source: Boulder Acoustic Society’s Scott McCormick Traded in Music for Photography | Westword
Pediatricians, a nonprofit and a burger joint are teaming up this week to provide children with two summer favorites: ice cream and reading.
Larkburger, the Colorado-based fast-casual burger restaurant, is hosting a book drive through Friday for Reach Out and Read Colorado.All of Larkburger’s Colorado locations are collecting new and gently used books to donate to the program, which provides books to children through their pediatricians, with an emphasis on children in poverty.
When a customer donates a book to the drive, Larkburger will provide a free kid’s ice cream. Donated books may range from infant to young adult reading levels, and should have covers and pages intact, with clean and unmarked pages.
I love this idea!! Especially utilizing pediatricians to reach the right kids.
I Kind of also love the free ice cream, but don’t tell. ;P
Source: Larkburger teams up with nonprofit to provide children’s books through pediatricians – The Denver Post
A sweet love letter for anyone who EVER loved legos [and maybe still does….]
Yes, there’s a new Lego movie about to open. But that’s the least of it.
Source: Lego: a love story – The Boston Globe
Contemplate the past year’s architecture, interiors, fashion, and art.
Source: Photo Essay: 47 of the Year’s Most Jaw-Dropping Moments
I can relate to this essay and the author so much that I could have written it myself. If you are stunned by the changes adulthood has brought on in your life, how you spend your days, the little time you spend just “doing” things… then you must read this. It applies not only to those of us who rely on books for our vicarious life fulfillment, but also to those who obsessively rely on Social Media or the Internet it general for that life experience.