You guys! I found the OFF switch.
To live without love.
To endlessly fight my foes.
Sad pawn, cruel fate.
Edge of Tomorrow
Still, it would have been better with Bill Murray.
So, this just happened backstage.
President Obama and David Karp are about to kick off a Q&A on college affordability live from the White House. Tune in at 4 p.m. ET at WhiteHouse.Tumblr.com
In which Jaime required coffee in order to sit through the wedding vows. [x]
Come on, it was totally decaf.
Not sure if I’m focusing more on the cup o joe or the fact that his hand is back.
California artist Hoang Tran sculpts absolutely exquisite miniature carvings atop Crayola Crayon using dental tools, a magnifying glass, and infinite patience! This sculpture of Dream’s Helm is wonderfully detailed.
Check out the rest of his work here!
Awesome #WHOlloween decor. #DoctorWho (at Park Slope)
Just when you think the internet can’t get any stranger, it spits out a breaded baby rancor beast.
The simple answer is this: We are wired that way. A story, if broken down into the simplest form, is a connection of cause and effect. And that is exactly how we think. We think in narratives all day long, no matter if it is about buying groceries, whether we think about work or our spouse at home. We make up (short) stories in our heads for every action and conversation. In fact, Jeremy Hsu found [that] “personal stories and gossip make up 65% of our conversations.
And yet every VC will insist the product should market itself, and that any marketing that isn’t SEO or directly measurable is a waste.
Meanwhile the press ends up writing the story for you, and it ends up being about how much the CEO is worth, or a dumb thing someone accidentally said at a conference, or how you’re a has been or how angry your users are.
Stories matter. Control the story from the beginning. Tell the story from the beginning. Product is not - and never will be - everything.
Couldn’t agree more.