We had a visitor today with a rather large nose.
I find it pretty easy to relate to many of the cartoons from Cat vs. Human.
This might not make sense to those unfamiliar with The Big Bang Theory.
I was poking around a site I recently discovered called New Escapologist and happened upon this blog post which brought to my attention a BBC documentary called American Nomads. A British journalist -Richard Grant- interviews several types of nomads here in the U.S. Among them are retirees in RVs, teens hopping trains, hitchhikers and rodeo cowboys. It’s quite the interesting 90 minutes and I recommend that you take some time to watch and enjoy it.
I’m pleased to have been a guest on Robert Wall’s Untitled Minimalism podcast. Robert and I spent time talking about a number of things but I like how he summed up our conversation:
For most, collections are invitations to clutter. Today we’re talking with Craig about his personal journey toward a minimalist life, and his experience with collecting things – both before and after his transition to minimalism.
I invite you to listen to episode #6 of the Untitled Minimalism Podcast.
Here’s the 3rd installment in my weekly series highlighting various things in the news or on the web that have captured my attention:
7-Eleven Mashed Potato Vending Machine | While not yet available in the United States, the lucky folks in Asia are currently able to enjoy hot mashed potatoes and gravy dispensed from a Slurpee-like machine. Yum? Hmm. Maybe not.
‘The Dark Knight Rises’ Trailer with Pee Wee Herman Voices | Pee Wee was a guest on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon last week and overdubbed the trailer for the new Batman movie. It’s an amusing take on things.
TV Star Doesn’t Own a TV or Cell Phone | Game of Thrones actor Jason Momoa apparently doesn’t feel a television or cell phone are necessary in his life. Nice to see someone in Hollywood swimming against the current once in a while.