thoughtstrudel

I'm interested in smart cities, what makes great design and how you become better at being you.
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I also recommend the book What I Talk About When I Talk About Running by Haruki Murakami

(HE)ART of the city. #Freiburg halt.

uarrrorg:

Been following @berglondon for over five years now and they fail to amaze me. Never thought I could love a washing machine that much.

A casual game of soccer in the middle of the center. #publicspaces for the people and they will use it!

Big German Liedermacher: Konstantin Wecker - Weil ich dich liebe

Mi Buenos Aires querido. (at Cafe Roma)

This is just awesome. Beatbox Brilliance: Tom Thum at TEDxSydney ( TEDxTalks)

And purely anecdotally, it does seem to be the case that I have an easier time with thornier, weightier reading on the e-paper device. Novels are fine on the iPad, even on my phone…but if I want to wrestle with Graham Harman or Susan Sontag, I reach for the Kindle

Feeling our way forward: Touch and the new reading

A great observation by Adam Greenfield on how our interactions with the printed word are changing those days.
For serious reading, I also prefer the Kindle. Through the lack of easy sharing features the Kindle feels less noisy and deeper reading easier.