Kevin Ashton:Saying “no” has more creative power than ideas, insights and talent combined. No guards time, the thread from which we weave our creations. The math of time is simple: you have less than you think and need more than you know. We are not taught to say “no.” We are taught not to say “no.” “No” is rude. “No” is a rebuff, a rebuttal, a minor act of verbal violence. “No” is for drugs and strangers with candy.
I love and agree with everything about this post.
When a 60-something Estonian ship captain invites you to get drunk off Vana Tallinn with his family, you don’t say ei. You say whatever the Estonian word for yes is.
Waiting anxiously for the follow up post.
Happy birthday Nikola Tesla!
With proceeds partially going to shark conservation, Quint would never approve.
To celebrate both the film’s 29th anniversary and the Fourth of July weekend (when all of Jaws's shark attacks happened), the company is re-releasing the beer with the now iconic 1975 can design.
"We’re gonna need another beer."
Happy Father’s Day
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FISHERFOLK - NEW ENGLAND
The hardihood of the fisherfolk and the sailors is still evident, and the mores of an insular colony remain constant. Manhood, for instance, is determined not by legal age but by the first fishing trip. When a stripling passes this initiation, he takes to smoking a corncob pipe and is recognized as a man, no matter what his age.
—Rhode Island, A Guide To the Smallest State (WPA, 1937)
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Michael Cevoli is your Guide to New England. He was born and raised in Norfolk County, Massachusetts and now lives and works on the water in the seafaring town of Warren, Rhode Island. He’s a commercial and editorial photographer and you can follow his work on Tumblr, or on his website.