1. Mon-Mon!! I really want a stuffed animal made of this WeChat emoji.  it is just so cute!

    Mon-Mon!! I really want a stuffed animal made of this WeChat emoji.  it is just so cute!

  2. (Source: loquere-securus, via textbook)

  3. newyorker:

An Earth Day-inspired daily cartoon by Mick Stevens: http://nyr.kr/1iFKAuT

    newyorker:

    An Earth Day-inspired daily cartoon by Mick Stevens: http://nyr.kr/1iFKAuT

    (Source: newyorker.com)

  4. allof-life:

becausegrandmasaidso:

Totoro Baby

Dammit my nephew is cute.

ADORABLE.  The wagging tail!
(and he’s even cuter in real life!)

    allof-life:

    becausegrandmasaidso:

    Totoro Baby

    Dammit my nephew is cute.

    ADORABLE.  The wagging tail!

    (and he’s even cuter in real life!)

  5. I am often surprised when people talk about the total implausibility of the events in Márquez’s fiction. Having been born and lived in a deeply spiritual and extraordinarily resourceful part of the Caribbean, a lot of what might seem magical to others often seems quite plausible to me.

    Of course a woman can live inside her cat, as the character Eva does in Márquez’s 1948 short story ‘Eva Is Inside Her Cat.’ Doesn’t everyone have an aunt who’s done that?

    Edwidge Danticat remembers Gabriel García Márquez: http://nyr.kr/1nu3MMs (via newyorker)

    (Source: newyorker.com, via newyorker)

  6. fastcompany:

Some of this week’s top stories sounded like we’ve had our head in the clouds—but really, working less, following your passions, and being more courageous are possible.  
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    fastcompany:

    Some of this week’s top stories sounded like we’ve had our head in the clouds—but really, working less, following your passions, and being more courageous are possible.  

    Read More>

  7. Steven Pinker’s Mind Games

    I think a combination of college courses and nerdy friends over the years gave me all the answers.

  8. (Source: Spotify)

  9. fastcompany:

    Watch How Google X Employees Deal With Failure

    An inside look at the inner-workings of Google’s top-secret research lab.

    Google X isn’t like most R&D labs. In this month’s featureFast Company was granted first-of-its kind access into Google’s top-secret research laboratory, where “moonshots” trump real-world feasibility, and failure is openly encouraged. “If we can get to a no quickly on an idea, that’s almost as good as getting to a yes,” says Rich DeVaul, head of Google X’s Rapid Evaluation team in the video above. Hit play to watch what happens when the very active imaginations of some very smart people are given free rein to fail.