1. Quote from “What Color is your Parachute?”

    The story is told of a biologist who was walking through Times Square in New York City, with a friend at high noon, when suddenly the biologist exclaimed, “oh, listen to that cricket.” The friend stared at him in total disbelief. “how can you hear a cricket, above all this racket and noise?” he asked. Without a word, the biologist reached into his pocket, seized a big handful of change, and dossed the coins up into the air. As they bounced on the pavement below, everyone around them whirled around and pounced on the coins. “See,” said the biologist to his friend, “we hear what we are listening for.”

    What Color is your Parachute?

    p. 26

  2. Great night for baseball. Go mariners!

    Great night for baseball. Go mariners!

  3. Post college plans?

    Post college plans?

  4. jtotheizzoe:

    Life Under the Sea

    David Doubilet’s aquatic nature photography captures perspectives that we never see from our terrestrial perch.

    Check out more at My Modern Met.

  5. RIP. Loved that book. 
collegehumor:

A Whole Gallery of Creations Inspired by “Where The Wild Things Are” [click for more]
The Wild Things are on the Subway

    RIP. Loved that book. 

    collegehumor:

    A Whole Gallery of Creations Inspired by “Where The Wild Things Are” [click for more]

    The Wild Things are on the Subway

  6. Pretty awesome place to row

    Pretty awesome place to row

  7. This is pretty cool. Also pretty creepy. I can’t decide which though.

    thisistheverge:

    Tupac’s holographic Coachella ‘performance’ is equal parts amazing, tacky, and macabre

    As expected, last night a hologram of deceased rapper Tupac Shakur wowed crowds at Coachella, and now a video of the spectacle has surfaced on YouTube. It’s a tall order, reanimating corpses, but the performance of Tupac’s “Hail Mary” was incredibly lifelike. So how was it done?

  8. This is pretty cool. Also pretty creepy. I can’t decide which though.

    thisistheverge:

    Tupac’s holographic Coachella ‘performance’ is equal parts amazing, tacky, and macabre

    As expected, last night a hologram of deceased rapper Tupac Shakur wowed crowds at Coachella, and now a video of the spectacle has surfaced on YouTube. It’s a tall order, reanimating corpses, but the performance of Tupac’s “Hail Mary” was incredibly lifelike. So how was it done?

  9. I love spring parties and events man

    I love spring parties and events man

  10. Should NBA players who play in the Olympics be compensated? →

    This seems a little bit ridiculous. Isn’t the point of the Olympics to be competing for your country? Why do we even need to include monetary benefits? Sure athletes need food and living stipends when they are competing, but do they really need anything else? I don’t really think so. Why isn’t the honor of competing at the greatest sporting event in the world not enough?

    I do however see the issue with using a name to generate jersey sales for something other than that person, but still. 

    Also, can’t believe I am saying this but - You are right on Lebron…