Greatest Selfie of all time.
TINY ROBOTS ON BICYCLES TINY ROBOTS ON BICYCLESTINY ROBOTS ON BICYCLES
LOOK AT HOW IT WAVES ONCE IT’S DONE LIKE ‘YEAH I DID IT HI DID YOU SEE ME’
It’s not easy to step away from what the “right way” to work is and look for the one that actually fits your work style. Indeed, not all places want you stepping out of the square shape they’ve made their peg. By virtue of starting a company, I do get to figure out what works best for me. At least, when I let myself. My current experiment is to slice things I do into “classes”. Section off hours to focus on different things and try to find my rhythm. I found myself being pulled in tons of different directions, always hopping to what was “urgent” and not really getting good progress.
Just starting to categorize the the things I’m doing into “classes” has helped put my mind at ease a lot. When some little detail pops up that I “need” to do and to remember, I just add it to whatever list and let go. It’s much easier for me to go “oh, that’s a webdev task! I’ll add that to that list and when it’s time to work on webdev stuff, I’ll do it then.” It’s also 1000 times easier for me to remember details if they’re connected to other things. Little items just don’t stick unless they’re tied into a web of other things.
the principal at my school made an announcement yesterday that the girls need to start covering up and then i found this in the hallway
I’m so glad this is getting spread around.THIS.IS.SO.IMPORTANT. Now, let me tell you about shark finning.
Every year tens of millions of sharks die a slow death because of finning. Finning is the inhumane practice of hacking off the shark’s fins and throwing its still living body back into the sea. The sharks either starve to death, are eaten alive by other fish, or drown (if they are not in constant movement their gills cannot extract oxygen from the water). Shark fins are being “harvested” in ever greater numbers to feed the growing demand for shark fin soup, an Asian “delicacy”.
Not only is the finning of sharks barbaric, but their indiscriminate slaughter at an unsustainable rate is pushing many species to the brink of extinction. Since the 1970s the populations of several species have been decimated by over 95%. Due to the clandestine nature of finning, records are rarely kept of the numbers of sharks and species caught. Estimates are based on declared imports to shark fin markets such as Hong Kong and China. (http://www.stopsharkfinning.net/)
If you could all just take the time to sign this petition for a Worldwide Shark Finning Ban, you could help be a part of the movement to convince the UN to put an end to the slaughter. SAVE THE SHARKS! The only scary thing about sharks is not having them around anymore.