How are you? Start any new side projects lately?
I have. For your exploration, a spark of the happenings in my life.
1. Kinertia. 501(c)3 not-for-profit (ideas apparently don’t count as currency). Mission: accelerate active ideas. AKA side projects don’t lose x% of finances to municipalities during transactions that yield greater good.
2. Automated infographics. Yep. I’ve drafted a kickstarter project to automate the generation of infographics like the one below so that you can answer some questions and logically (as opposed to magically) your own appears. Customize with your pics. Link to social media so your interests can be mapped and visualized over time. In the future. For now, you could get your own one personal health infographic. Awesome!
Look into facebook.com/healthycity.
Finally TED is coming up and I am sparked. The idea of spending a week among hundreds of other intellectually stimulated, ideaful people delights me. And motivates me to expend effort creating things I think should exist. Why not? So here is the latest from the TEDx Global Music Project. I recommend subscribing to the RSS.
Better than the latest: the future. It’s intense. Keep going.
Delightful new genre called “Ka-Ka” from Serbia because listening to a song adds 3.5 seconds to your life. Music starts at 1:34.
Now focus on breathing while you listen to the hang.
4? I am switching to bullet points. Still listening to that first performance, harp and cello.
- The next think that’s been up is biochemistry. I’ve been making prezis. That’s right. My biochem notes are made in prezi. It takes longer and yields incredibly dynamic representation of concepts within information sets. Some screenshots:
Be vibrant. I do so by working on the most curious things I can explore. Serbian music playing now. If you find cool videos – as in visualizing something you can’t technically “see” like timelapse oh!
Wowing example of something I find amazing: timelapse of clouds over a rainforest, which to me looks like the edge of a tide with soft waves sloshing.
You are on a quest to discover and share. Tweet things to me @amyleerobinson. Consider it your mission: find awesomeness and make it social. You will get a life bonus in the form of some surprise that brings you delight, like a retweet. How can I entice you, oh wise and noble internet browser who has just discovered this post, to uncover wonder and report back?