George Tannenbaum gives some perspective on Barack Obama’s second inauguration.
It’s not complicated; it’s just hard, by Russell Davies.
“Lots of things are like that. They’re not complicated. They don’t require brilliant, innovative strategies, they’re just hard. They require more work and more effort and than anyone might reasonably expect.”
It’s a bit like building a blog readership. Millions of people did it before me, but it takes more work than I ever anticipated.
Joanne Meister writes about Josef Muller-Brockmann (1948-1981), for I Love Typography.
Photo credit: designmeister
The secret to spreading ideas. Well done, Bernadette!
The cost of neutral, on Seth’s blog.
“Not adding value is the same as taking it away.”
I put that Pauling quote on Twitter and Thierry Brunfaut replied, “The best way to have good ideas is to allow yourself to have very bad ideas!” Kind of the same, I think. I’ve never been able to create a lot of ideas without a lot bad ones.
Previously: From the reader #16