Perhaps it is because I live in a northern climate. Perhaps I just like the comfort, but my down vest is one of my favorite articles of clothing. I thought it could not be topped. But what if it were even warmer? Klymit may have done just that. A kinetic vest?
Why do we pair off the way we do? Check this out if you have a guilt issue. It is a bit academic, but Christopher Ryan gets right to the point.
If you are not sure who Herman Miller is, check out this video. It will give you the answer in 108 seconds.
Is money money? No. Perception trumps reality. Take it from Rory Sutherland.
Context creates buzz.
John Cleese has done some cool things. (1) Play an essential role in making Monty Python a success (2) Create and play an essential role in making Fawlty Towers a success, (3) write and star in a funny movie called “A Fish Called Wanda” (4) consult with business on how to foster creativity, and (5) write a book called Life and How to Survive it.
Did I leave anything out? Cleese says this
In the book Life and How to Survive It, which I developed with Robin Skynner, we decided that the ideal leader was the one who was trying to make himself dispensable. In other words, he was helping the people around him acquire as many of his skills as possible so he could let everyone else do the work and just keep an eye on things, minimizing his job and the chaos that would come with a transfer of authority.
From Saveur – sweet and sour onions with raisins. A Roman speciality.