This…is…hysterical. Because it occurred on a Windows phone.
Robbie Crawford’s epic surf photography
“the enormously successful globalization of media culture has not yet been accompanied by a comparable democratization of media access–at least in its legal forms.”
the SSRC’s report on media piracy in emerging economies is worth a gander, for anyone with any interest in the subject.
considering the disparities in the global economy, is it any wonder that people would try to pirate a copy of MS Word?
But curiosity without direction can be a taxing and ultimately unproductive endeavor. Choice is how we tame and channel and direct our curiosity, where we choose to allocate our time and energy, and ultimately, what we choose to pay attention to.Maria Popova, of the always phenomenally done Brain Pickings, on the notion of combinational creativity and the value-added effect of curating your intake. Fascinatingly accurate stuff, because you really are what you put in.