April 4, 2014

Patronage Package 3 of Duly Discovered


Cyber Dust by Mark Cuban: “communicate through instant messaging without leaving a permanent record of messages sent”
Discovered via Kerry Gorgone


“Designed by: Lella Vignelli” reported by Dan Wagstaff of The Casual Optimist

“The Hard Thing About Hard Things: Building a Business When There Are No Easy Answers” by Ben horowitz
Discovered via @jacobyryan


Website designed by Knoed Creative and built by This Is Static for Skyline Furniture


“Women of Vision: National Geographic Photographers on Assignment” reported by Jacki Lyden


“The Missing Picture” by Rithy Panh
Discovered via NPR News

“The Unknown Known” by Errol Morris
Discovered via National Public Radio News

“Mister Rogers & Me” by Benjamin Wagner

“The Grand Budapest Hotel” by Wes Anderson
Discovered via NPR News

“May it remind me and every little child, that no matter where you are from, your dreams are valid.” Actor Lupita Nyong’s Academy Award speech for her performance in “12 Years a Slave”

“Thank you, Mom, for teaching me to dream…” Actor Jared Leto’s Academy Award speech for her performance in “Dallas Buyer’s Club”

In Memoriam

John Heskett, who taught at the Illinois Insititute of Design, Illinois Insitute of Technology, and wrote books like “Toothpicks and Logos: Design in Everyday Life”, passed away


Interviewly: “Interviews with interesting people, pulled from reddit, organized, and made prettier.”
Discovered via @gruber

“There were a lot of green screens, because you actually can’t visit the sun.” Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson [34.52] interviewed by LondonRealTV on new TV show “Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey”


New album “Saudade” by Thievery Corporation

New album “This Is What I Do” by Boy George

New album “Out Among The Stars” by Johnny Cash

“From Preacher to Grass Cutter to Earth-Shaking Soul Singer” by NPR Music

“SXSW 2014 Wrap-Up: Our Favorite Discoveries And Memorable Moments” reported by All Things Considered

“Seasons (Waiting On You)” performed by Future Islands on the Late Show with David Letterman

Sarah Dooley’s debut album “Stupid Things”

“…never my ambition to be a rock star… But it was my ambition to compose music that would pour through me…” Linda Perhacs

“Goodnight Songs” is a compilation of unpublished lullabies and poems by Margaret Wise Brown, Author of children’s book “Goodnight Moon”


“Stop Stifling Entrepreneurs in Your Company” by Will Yakowicz
Discovered via @bmaldonado

“Thoreau on Not Finding a Publisher and What Success Really Means” by Maria Popova

“A Scientific Breakthrough Lets Us See to the Beginning of Time” by Theoretical Physicist Lawrence Krauss

“The Spirograph and kinematic models: Making math touchable (and pretty)” by Dr. Amy Shell-Gellasch of Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History

“Finding female pioneers in mathematics” by Dr. Judy Green of Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History

Physicist Andrei Linde receiving news of evidence indicating “first tremors of the Big Bang”

“Doctors Use 3-D Printing to Help a Baby Breathe” reported by Rob Stein

“Taking A Second Look At Free Fonts” by Jeremiah Shoaf
Discovered via @CommArts

“Everybody in Almost Every Language Says ‘Huh’? HUH?! What makes this utterance the ‘universal word’?” by Arika Okrent
Discovered via @parisreview

Designer and Publisher William Drenttel’s business lessons
Discovered via Daring Fireball

“Now, new high-tech ways to nudge you to tip more generously and more often.” Dan Bobkoff

“Boy Meets Painting” by Robert Krulwich
Note: Reminded of Cary Wood’s writing at “In the Space Between”


New series: Neil deGrasse Tyson’s “Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey” is a sequel to Carl Sagan’s “Cosmos: A Personal Voyage”


“It’s like invisible ink what a good editor does.” Author Anna Quindlen on her Editor
Discovered via @emelliazamani

“I feel so strongly that deep and simple is far more essential than shallow and complex.” Fred Rogers, Creator and Host of TV show “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood” (1968–2001)
Discovered via @mtvitamin

“If you’re not hiring for your culture, you are inviting issues that create problems…” Customer Experience Leader/Student Jeannie Walters

“There’s a good amount of grace given to me by my family and friends…” Singer-Songwriter Mark Foster of Foster The People

“Work is a family affair. It’s important to shelter, support and share with a larger community.” Singer-Songwriter Jerry Garcia in “The Grateful Dead School of Business” by Scott McDowell

“We are—each of us—a little universe.” Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, Host of “Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey”, on DNA

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