A friend didn’t want to lose Franklin as he walked around the house

A friend didn’t want to lose Franklin as he walked around the house

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ibmblr:

“In a social business you’re empowered to make better decisions. You’re able to solve the whole problem because you have access to all the pieces of the puzzle.” INSIDE THE INVENTIVE MIND@AndrewGrillIBM Global Business PartnerMaking businesses social

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“In a social business you’re empowered to make better decisions. You’re able to solve the whole problem because you have access to all the pieces of the puzzle.”

INSIDE THE INVENTIVE MIND
@AndrewGrill
IBM Global Business Partner
Making businesses social

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I am among those who think that science has great beauty. A scientist is not only a technician: He is also a child placed before natural phenomena which impress him like a fairy tale.
Marie Curie (via inthenoosphere)

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ilovecharts:

The Key to Success Will Be Announced Shortly. Please Stand By.

“I don’t know the key to success, but the key to failure is trying to please everybody.”
– Bill Cosby

This week, Maggie illustrates a quote from Neil deGrasse Tyson

ilovecharts:

The Key to Success Will Be Announced Shortly. Please Stand By.

“I don’t know the key to success, but the key to failure is trying to please everybody.”

– Bill Cosby

This week, Maggie illustrates a quote from Neil deGrasse Tyson

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kevinbolk:

A philosophy I very much live my life by.

kevinbolk:

A philosophy I very much live my life by.

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Stop setting yourself

on fire for someone who

stays to watch you burn.

Haiku on Perspective (via fawun)

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Speaking is not an act of extraversion,” observes Malcolm Gladwell, another introverted writer who spends plenty of time on stage. “It has nothing to do with extraversion. It’s a performance, and many performers are hugely introverted.

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An Artist Creates A Story Out Of New York’s Endless Snow

Jackson wrote the short story in full before the sky began to dump and is currently a third of the way finished. The first sentence reads: “To approach snow too closely is to forget what it is,” said the girl who cried snowflakes.

As someone who writes in the snow often, I appreciate the difficulty of this project. I wonder how she does it? It looks like she must be using a paintbrush and boiling water. The lettering is so perfect. 

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parislemon:

abstractgraphdesigns:

Wisdom

Basically every comment section on the internet.

parislemon:

abstractgraphdesigns:

Wisdom

Basically every comment section on the internet.

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Speaking is not an act of extraversion,” observes Malcolm Gladwell, another introverted writer who spends plenty of time on stage. “It has nothing to do with extraversion. It’s a performance, and many performers are hugely introverted.

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