Collection by Larry Robertson

Larry Robertson
Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield produced a stunning music video tribute to David Bowie’s “Space Oddity” aboard the International Space Station --> So Great! He is the best :) Chris Hadfield, David Bowie, Major Tom, William Blake, Trailer Peliculas, Charlevoix, Primer Video, To Infinity And Beyond, Space Station

Space Oddity

NEW YOUTUBE SERIES (Rare Earth): https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLPfak9ofGSn9sWgKrHrXrxQXXxwhCblaT Rest in peace, Starman. A revised version of David ...

The Big C Casting News: Alan Alda joins cast for season two - Series & TV Alan Alda, The Big C, Raining Men, Before Us, Aging Gracefully, Famous Faces, Famous Men, People Like, Old Hollywood

What actually IS a flame? Depends not just on who you ask, but how you ask. Substitute any word for 'flame' and what you get is a spark capable of catalyzing, well, anything really. Don't take my word for it. ask Hawkeye.

need to remember this reason. Thanks letters of note and EB White Fallen Angel Quotes, Letters Of Note, Ways To Say Said, Invitation Examples, Invitations, Just Say No, Quotes White, Thank You Letter, Word Nerd

Austin Kleon

How to graciously say no to anyone ““There is no money in answering letters.” —Groucho Marx” A couple of years ago, I was getting sent this article, “Creative People Say No,” at least twice a day. The...

Every time you encounter another person, think: help this person. It's not altruistic. Nothing else can so quickly supercharge your career and improve the quality of your life. Career Help, Career Success, People Dont Understand, Life Learning, Business Articles, Life Plan, Three Words, Transform Your Life, Emotional Intelligence

The "help this person" experiment. Try it. Oh, and think about this: "It takes real skill and focus to succeed by being evil, and most of us just don't have the fortitude to pull it off. For those of us with a soul and a heart, the only real choice is to succeed by helping others."

Alice:Through the Looking Glass Sue Blackwell - paper artist Contemporary Stairs, Contemporary Wallpaper, Contemporary Decor, Contemporary Paintings, Farmhouse Contemporary, Contemporary Building, Contemporary Chandelier, Contemporary Landscape, Contemporary Architecture

Masters of Paper Art and Paper Sculptures, Vol. 1 - Hongkiat

There are some artistic minds in the world who can turn the basic form of origami together with a little cutting, folding, bending, shaping, and more

Teddy Roosevelt just went ahead and delivered a speech, despite the fact that he had been shot in an assassination attempt moments before. The bullet was still in his body while he gave his now-famous "Bull Moose" speech. Higher Achievement, Bull Moose, Daring Greatly, Theodore Roosevelt, American Presidents, Smile Because, American Pride, God Bless America, World History

Worth a reread, Teddy Roosevelt's "The Man In The Arena" speech, April 23, 1910 - here's the good stuff: "It is not the critic that counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or how the doer of deeds could have done better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena... who at the best knows in the end the triumph of high achievement and who at the worst, if he fails, at least fails while daring greatly.

There’s no such thing as ‘scientific proof. In reality, science is “a process of increasingly accurate approximation.” With that cognitive dissonance, try these thoughts on. Cognitive Dissonance, Scientific Method, Inbound Marketing, Jena, Storytelling, Innovation, About Me Blog, Mindfulness, Concept

There’s no such thing as ‘scientific proof. In reality, science is “a process of increasingly accurate approximation.” With that cognitive dissonance, try these thoughts on...

WASHINGTON -- Roughly federal inmates will be released at the end of the month, the largest one-time release of federal prisoners, the Bureau of Prisons said Tuesday. Bureau spokesman Edmond Ross said that the inmates are all drug offenders. Texas Prison, Solitary Confinement, Prison Cell, House Yard, Wall Colors, Color Walls, In Law Suite, Great Videos, Mindfulness

How design colors the mind

The psychology of design and color has been applied to analysts' offices, jails, even locker rooms to surprising effect

The Oregon Public House - nonprofit pub - of net profits will be donated to nonprofits Say That Again, Non Profit, Change The World, Helping Others, First World, Love, Public, How To Plan, Portland Oregon

The Oregon Public House

A warm, welcoming, family-friendly restaurant, The Oregon Public House is the nations first Philanthropub. Delicious food, top-tier beer and wine selection, and two play areas for kids make OPH the perfect way to spend an evening with the family. Many options for group reservations as well as live events happening weekly. Your patronage helps us support a rotating list of local charities.

The Blue Sweater by Jacqueline Novogratz. A short true story about unexpected connection that birthed a NY Times bestseller Who Runs The World, Change The World, Books To Read, My Books, Social Entrepreneurship, Book Challenge, Inspirational Books, Ted Talks, Blue Sweaters

Jacqueline Shares Her Blue Sweater Story

The Blue Sweater: Bridging the Gap between Rich and Poor in an Interconnected World by Jacqueline Novogratz Available in Paperback February 16, 2010! Read th...

The Real You Mini Art Block by Aaron Jasinski Fine Art Prints, Canvas Prints, Culture, Wall Murals, Wall Art, New Art, Amazing Art, Framed Artwork, Find Art

"There's a you that you present to the world and then there's the real you, and if you're really lucky, there's not a huge difference between them." David Sedaris (art by Jasinski)

In “The Spark,” Kristine Barnett defied the experts and unlocked the brilliance of her autistic child. Pediatric Psychologist, Physics Theories, Autistic Children, Special Needs Kids, S Stories, Learn To Read, Boys Who, Book Review, The Incredibles

Book review: ‘The Spark: A Mother’s Story of Nurturing Genius’ by Kristine Barnett

In “The Spark,” Kristine Barnett defied the experts and unlocked the brilliance of her autistic child.

Today’s Dilbert cartoon by Scott Adams: I think this nicely captures the difficulties we have separating the correlational from causal e. Adhd Funny, Adhd Humor, Dilbert Comics, Scott Adams, Talk Too Much, Website Features, The Hard Way, Public Relations, Problem Solving

Nothing like highlighting our ignorance with ignorance... leave it to Scott Adams:-)

Its so simple, why didnt I think of it before? Another example of using whats right in front of us to reveal whats right in front of us. this time with a little help from our friends. Solar System Video, Mayan Ruins, Holy Ghost, Man In Love, Mexico, Louvre, Adventure, History, World

The ancient Maya meet the modern Internet

For years scholars painstakingly worked through paper to figure out the Maya glyphs, now they blog it

Awakenings: Going up! The first escalator literally blew people's minds! This was the and nothing of this type had ever been seen before. Steps/stairs were commonplace, had been for centuries. But, moving stairs? That was unheard of. Great Photos, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Vintage Stuff, Coney Island Amusement Park, Amusement Parks, Steampunk Movies, Steampunk Festival, Alternate History

Escalators Were Once the Height of Entertainment

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