Let children read whatever they want and then talk about it with them. If parents and kids can talk together, we won’t have as much censorship because we won’t have as much fear.

Judy Blume (via thelifeguardlibrarian)



This is a PERFECT example of how Breaching Experiments work to disrupt the “norm” of everyday taken-for-granted life.

Watch as many people are left in awe and unable to know how to act.

Breaching experiments are fun but the dudes I’ve met who specialise in them are the smuggest: “yea, you’re right, I just breached a social norm, just call me the Banksy of research”

After Kitchen Confidential came out, I was 44. I was uninsured, I was broke and I was dunking fries into a fast food fryer. I understood that I got a pretty lucky break here and that it was statistically unlikely to happen again. I’ve been pretty careful about not f@cking up the opportunities that have comes since.


It’s never too late…

(via brycedotvc)

The damage here isn’t that a bunch of people need to figure out how to delete an album1 that they got for free and are now whining about. It’s that Apple did something inconsiderate, tone-deaf, and kinda creepy for the sake of a relatively unimportant marketing campaign, and they seemingly didn’t think it would be a problem.