…we’re born into thinking we constantly have to rearrange things. Trying to constantly create order is a source of suffering…A lot of the chaos of the band on the stage is my crusade to bust out of too much order. Perfectionism is a disease.
Gogol Bordello lead singer Eugene Hutz talks about what a punk sensibility can teach you about embracing chaos. (via fastcompany)
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"It’s somewhere between a Boca Burger and a McDonald’s burger." “Meatloaf without any salt and pepper."

This is what the world’s first lab-grown meat tastes like

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PETA’s brilliant, bloody new ad campaign drives home the fact that, “Poaching is driven by demand. So the day you stop buying, they stop killing.”

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John Nelson’s infographic, “Five Years of Traffic Fatalities,” comprises charts and maps made with little more than Excel spreadsheets.

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More Christmas GIFs to help you celebrate the season.


Wow.

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More Christmas GIFs to help you celebrate the season.

Wow.

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This could have been the New York Knicks’ logo.

Credit: Michael Doret 

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More Christmas GIFs to help you celebrate the season.


Wow.

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More Christmas GIFs to help you celebrate the season.

Wow.

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“I love this resurgence of the GIF that’s going on right now. I think it’s amazing to see what you can come up with when you are forced to be creative in a restrictive environment. This is true for all creative endeavors: If you remove some of the tools that are available to you, it forces you to be extra creative with the tools that remain.”

Great moments in 8-bit GIF history.

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Holy branding, Batman! Click here to see the full infographic detailing the evolution of this iconic logo.

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