tedx

tedx:

"The goal is not to turn kids into your kind of adult, but rather, better adults than you have been. Progress happens because new generations grow and develop and become better than the previous ones.”

From Adora Svitak’s talkWhat adults can learn from kids.” In her talk, Adora makes a case for why adults shouldn’t underestimate kids. And they shouldn’t. Kids are doing amazing things. Let’s just take a second to think about how Adora organized her first TEDxYouth event when she was just 12.

This weekend, young people around the world are attending, organizing, speaking at, and watching TEDxYouthDay events — TEDx events dedicated to the ingenuity of kids worldwide. Every year we’re taken aback by the amazing things that come out of these events, and we think you should be, too. Find a TEDxYouthDay event near you to attend or watch live online here.

crazyfruityhigh
crazyfruityhigh:

"She’s so High (No Baggie Chasers)"  Schwartz 2013
I walk a fine line between living a boring ass life and tipping over into bad choices which would lead to chaos and maybe a hospital visit. And the weird thing is, I don’t talk about this to anyone. I keep it silent with my mouth so it explodes in my drawings. I know AA has this ‘one day at a time’ catchphrase and I guess that’s what I’m following. I quit the glass dick almost 7 years ago when i met my boyfriend and for the past few years, the lack of his dick in my life makes me want to explore other options. In San Francisco, and most other major cities, glass dicks are often found in a trick’s bedroom.
I’m drawing the insanity of living in monogamy which morphed into celibacy. This would be fine if I lived in the middle of nowheres and had no options but i’m not that fat and ugly so I still get offers. If only Harrison Ford, circa 1983, would swing by and offer his undying love, then we’d run off into the sunset and fuck till we ran out of spit.

crazyfruityhigh:

"She’s so High (No Baggie Chasers)"  Schwartz 2013

I walk a fine line between living a boring ass life and tipping over into bad choices which would lead to chaos and maybe a hospital visit. And the weird thing is, I don’t talk about this to anyone. I keep it silent with my mouth so it explodes in my drawings. I know AA has this ‘one day at a time’ catchphrase and I guess that’s what I’m following. I quit the glass dick almost 7 years ago when i met my boyfriend and for the past few years, the lack of his dick in my life makes me want to explore other options. In San Francisco, and most other major cities, glass dicks are often found in a trick’s bedroom.

I’m drawing the insanity of living in monogamy which morphed into celibacy. This would be fine if I lived in the middle of nowheres and had no options but i’m not that fat and ugly so I still get offers. If only Harrison Ford, circa 1983, would swing by and offer his undying love, then we’d run off into the sunset and fuck till we ran out of spit.

prostheticknowledge
prostheticknowledge:

Bleep’s Guide to British Independent Music
Following from last years guide to electronic music - this should be unmissable for any music fan:
Bleep’s Guide to British Independent Music is an audio and visual walk through the emergence of independent music in Britain.
Bleep’s Guide to British Independent Music compiles some of the best and most influential moments in the history of British independents. The focus is largely on the labels and musicians who have recorded and sold music through independent means or have showed a particularly independent spirit in the way their music is released. At the heart of our story are the the biggest independent labels of the last 50 years: Beggars Banquet, Rough Trade, Domino, Ninja Tune, XL Recordings, Mute, 4AD and of course, Warp. It should be noted that the narrative we have here is not intended as a completely comprehensive guide to every single aspect of British independent music. It is an ongoing work in progress which we will continue to add to over time.

More at Bleep and their Facebook page

prostheticknowledge:

Bleep’s Guide to British Independent Music

Following from last years guide to electronic music - this should be unmissable for any music fan:

Bleep’s Guide to British Independent Music is an audio and visual walk through the emergence of independent music in Britain.

Bleep’s Guide to British Independent Music compiles some of the best and most influential moments in the history of British independents. The focus is largely on the labels and musicians who have recorded and sold music through independent means or have showed a particularly independent spirit in the way their music is released. At the heart of our story are the the biggest independent labels of the last 50 years: Beggars Banquet, Rough Trade, Domino, Ninja Tune, XL Recordings, Mute, 4AD and of course, Warp.

It should be noted that the narrative we have here is not intended as a completely comprehensive guide to every single aspect of British independent music. It is an ongoing work in progress which we will continue to add to over time.

More at Bleep and their Facebook page