“I’m merely trying to avoid being disqualified by something which doesn’t impair my ability.”
AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, and T-Mobile have recruited Werner Herzog to make a 30 minute documentary of four stories of people affected by texting while driving.
It’s powerful, and engaging.
This is an encouraging to see: companies investing heavily and proactively to discourage misuse of their service. Would be really exciting to see more companies to this, really examining the total impact of what they sell, and encourage responsible behaviour. Would be amazing to see a credit card do something about not getting in unsustainable debt, or electronics manufacturers look at the environmental impact of buying a new product every two years.
"From One Second To The Next" Documentary - It Can Wait (by ShareATT)
— Two weeks late, a great piece by Eva Wiseman
Former boss, dear friend, genius writer: Olivia’s second book comes out today. I’m awful proud!
July was a sweaty month in Berlin. I have never been so tan from just being in the city where I actually live, not in my whole life. Here are the tunes I perspired to.
Yuan Yuan’s cub, nicknamed Yuanzai, at the Taipei Zoo in Taiwan.
Oh he is getting his stripe!
The SoundCloud ping pong tournament kicked off today.
First match: Luke vs. Francis.
— I wrote a welcoming letter to the Royal Baby for NeverUnderdressed, who kindly made me their Laureate for the day.
(Vic also took this photo of me on our vacation. Vic is very leading on a vacation, for jokes and adventures as well as photography.)
It is a complicated thing to be young, black, and male in America. Not only are you well aware that many people are afraid of you—you can see them clutching their purses or stiffening in their subway seats when you sit across from them—you must also remain conscious of the fact that people expect…