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...libreta de notas, cuaderno de apuntes varios, álbum de recortes, notas al margen, archivo muerto, colección de babosadas, catálogo incatalogable, saco roto, cajón de sastre. "¡Solo pepenando cosas vivís!" decía mi abuela... un addendum al libro



Updated: 2014-03-16T15:32:52.513-07:00

 



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2009-07-30T18:52:00.225-07:00

"There is no try. There is only do, or not do" - Yoda



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2009-07-30T18:51:41.869-07:00

El dibujo más grande del Mundo

Hace un par de años mencione los dibujos con GPS. Erik Nordenankar, artísta Sueco, lo llevó al extremo: le entrego una maleta con un GPS a DHL y un listado ubicaciones geográficas, y las envió a través del mundo para crear su autoretrato y obtuvo esto:

(image)

Para lograr el dibujo en un solo trazo la maleta realizó un viaje azaroso por 110,664Km, 62 paises y 6 continentes en 55 días. Vale la pena darle un vistazo a su sitio Biggest drawing in the world y ver la lista de lugares que visitó, la maleta con los GPS y otros detalles anodinos pero interesantes.

Vía: Strange Maps



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2007-03-11T10:40:23.226-07:00

"Ignorance is very expensive." -read in the Parenting Ideas Blog



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2006-10-31T19:02:24.246-08:00

"Human beings don't want to know everything--that's why sausage factories don't give tours. I don't think you can expect to hide your unsavory secrets, but I also know that the shadows are just as important as the light." --Seth Godin



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2006-09-27T12:53:17.320-07:00

"More and more, we buy stuff where the point is the buying, not the stuff." --Seth Godin



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2006-09-19T16:34:34.166-07:00

"no art, however minor, demands less than total dedication if you want to excel in it." --Alberti



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2006-03-27T11:25:36.590-08:00

"de dos peligros deberá cuidarse el hombre nuevo: de la derecha cuando es diestra y de la izquierda cuando es siniestra" --Se lo atribuyen a Mario Trejo.



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2006-03-14T12:14:48.986-08:00

"mi abuelita también decía que si el atajo fuera bueno, no existirían los caminos." --Jorge Dunkelman citando a su abuelita :D



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2006-02-13T11:13:28.086-08:00

"Tom Kelley, de IDEO, decía en algún sitio que las personas desarrollamos vínculos emocionales con los productos que envejecen con nosotros (los pantalones vaqueros, las cámaras de fotos, los coches...). El desgaste que experimentan nos recuerda que han vivido con nosotros, que nos han acompañado de cerca." --Tom Kelley citado por Javier Cañada



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2006-02-12T08:52:40.476-08:00

"Cuando muera, voy a donar mi cuerpo a la ciencia-ficción." --Steve Wright



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2006-01-26T10:06:32.846-08:00

"Uno se puede perder en la Red si no anda con tiento, pero callejear un poco siempre da pistas" --leído en Vida Digital



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2006-01-18T14:28:44.426-08:00

"Making the simple complicated is commonplace; making the complicated simple, awesomely simple, that's creativity." --Charles Mingus






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2006-01-09T13:35:00.293-08:00

"Blogger. n. Someone with nothing to say writing for someone with nothing to do." --Guy Kawasaki



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2005-12-27T13:37:51.896-08:00

"86.400 segundos que tiene el día, y 86.400 oportunidades que se tienen de recibir, ver, disfrutar y compartir todas estas cosas que Internet tiene, y muy pocas veces pasan por delante tuyo." --86400 blog



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2005-12-27T13:34:45.893-08:00

"En los blogs me busco a mi mismo, me comparo con el resto y aprendo de las diferencias." -- Yago on blogging



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2005-12-19T14:29:33.793-08:00

"...make a choice about what's important, and let go of the rest." --John Loori



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2005-12-16T13:18:24.486-08:00

"Never write when you can talk. Never talk when you can nod. And never put anything in an e-mail." --Eliot Spitzer



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2005-12-08T16:22:29.790-08:00

"Not Dead
Sólo ocupado"
--El Hombre Que Comía Diccionarios



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2005-12-08T10:24:46.063-08:00

"Those who will not reason, are bigots, those who
cannot, are fools, and those who dare not,
are slaves." --George Gordon Noel Byron (1788-1824), [Lord Byron]



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2005-11-30T10:21:59.656-08:00

"May you live in interesting times." --old Asian curse

The idea is that human beings are happier when they are living in boring times. "Interesting times" are times of upheaval, danger, and stress -- difficult for us humans.



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2005-11-30T10:19:34.990-08:00

"People are bad at predicting what will make them happy."



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2005-11-24T14:32:54.066-08:00

"responsibility correlates with privilege...The people sitting in places like MIT have choices. They have privilege, they have education, they have training. That carries responsibility. Somebody who is working fifty hours a week to put food on the table and comes back exhausted at night and turns on the tube has many fewer choices, and those choices are much harder to exercise, and therefore he has less responsibility." --Noam Chomsky interviewed by David Barsamian



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2005-11-23T10:16:20.716-08:00

"Creative activity could be described as a type of learning process where teacher and pupil are located in the same individual." --Arthur Koestler



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2005-11-17T16:27:09.466-08:00

"Some questions for you all
I've just returned from a very interesting small conference in Arizona, where we were talking about philanthropy, discovery and education. And I have some questions for you all...

* What if the essential political questions of our time - the questions that ask "how should we do things?" - were not about right vs. left but bottom-up vs. top down? What would that do to the political spectrum and its discourse?
* What if our work was about creating space - for discovery, connection and collaboration - rather than narrowing down options and coming up with answers?
* What if accountability was about trust, intimacy and love, and not measurement, punishment and suspicion? How would we foster such a system? What would it mean for politics, governance, leadership and community?

I'd be really curious about your answers, or further questions that are suggested by this short list."
--Chris Corrigan