Sara Puotinen

Sara Puotinen

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Minneapolis / A storyteller and troublemaker who likes experimenting with Pinterest as a space for critical and creative inspiration.
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"You are never too young or too old to get in good trouble, necessary trouble. #goodtrouble"

"You are never too young or too old to get in good trouble, necessary trouble.

Zeega

Zeega allows you to make collaborative videos. It is a new form of interactive media, enabling anyone to express themselves by easily combining media from the cloud.

Storehouse: visual storytelling This is a new app that just launched yesterday.

Beautiful app with playful animations that aren't overdone. There are a lot of similarities with exposure.so and some of the social elements are rough, but it really pushes the envelope when it comes to mobile contribution.

Cowbird · A witness to life.

Digital audio essays Strong Essays: Digital Audio Format Comparison - INTRODUCTION Digital media is taking over, literally. It already took over the music industry, and on February.

Famous Lookalikes/ Millard Fillmore and Alex Baldwin.

Famous Lookalikes: Millard Fillmore - Alec Baldwin (Image of Alec Baldwin provided by Getty Images) Again can be a distance relative that they didnt know about

Feminist Killjoys

The troublemaker as a feminist killjoy (or an unhappy queer)?

Sara Ahmed - The Promise of Happiness

Ahmed, Sara Cultural critique of "happiness duty." That is, how the IDEA of happiness has been used to justify social oppression. When that oppression is challenged it causes unhappiness.

Why Be Happy When You Could Be Normal

Why Be Happy When You Could Be Normal? by Jeanette Winterson - A touching book about overcoming a painful past, and how fiction and poetry can form a life-raft which supports us when we are sinking.

Bright-sided: How Positive Thinking is Undermining America by Barbara Ehrenreich

Bright-sided: How the Relentless Promotion of Positive Thinking Has Undermined America: Barbara Ehrenreich

The Chairs Are Where the People Go: By Sheila Heti and Misha Glouberman

The Chairs are Where the People Go is a book by Sheila Heti and Misha Glouberman, published by Faber and Faber in July 2011

This is How. Augusten Burroughs. I came across this book via The New Yorker. After reading an excerpt online, I'm interested, but also disturbed by this book. Before writing about why this is the case, I think I should read/skim the whole thing.

I came across this book via The New Yorker. After reading an excerpt online, I'm interested, but also disturbed by this book. Before writing about why this is the case, I think I should read/skim the whole thing.

Micki McGee. Self-Help, Inc.: Makeover Culture in American Life.

: Makeover Culture in American Life.

Antidote: Happiness for People Who Can't Stand Positive Thinking/Oliver Burkeman.  I wonder, does he draw upon queer theorists (Halberstam, Ahmed) at all?

The Antidote: Happiness for People Who Can’t Stand Positive Thinking Oliver Burkeman Forget positive thinking, pessimism might be the key to happiness… sort of. Read on at the link.