Sean Crowe

Jul 28

thenorsephoto:

#lightbro

thenorsephoto:

#lightbro

Jul 27

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Jul 26

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chrisburkard:

Just breathe it in… (at www.facebook.com/chrisburkardphotography)

chrisburkard:

Just breathe it in… (at www.facebook.com/chrisburkardphotography)

(via polerstuff)

Jul 25

Synthesizing within a sea of post-its (at Moment)

Synthesizing within a sea of post-its (at Moment)

Jul 24

 

 

Jul 23

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Jul 22

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Jul 21

“Today’s technologies – instrumented things, sensor networks, data – have the opportunity to deepen social relationships, to brings us new important kinds of social relationships that we don’t already have and to participate directly in those relations. When we start to think about our technologies as not simply providing incremental value – good recommendations or metrics for this or that problem – we give them room to grow.” — "Baking behavioral nudges into the products we own" (via shoutsandmumbles)

Like A Peloton, Not A Machine -

stoweboyd:

Organizational metaphors can be helpful to think about what’s going on in work culture. Gareth Morgan’s Images of Organizationis a great compendium of metaphors: organization as a machine, organism, brain, culture, political systems, etc. I also find Joanne Martin’s analysis of contending…

Jul 19

theathletic:

At first we were like “should we ride, it’s kind of late?” And then we were all “fuck it, it’s too nice and these roads are too good!”

theathletic:

At first we were like “should we ride, it’s kind of late?” And then we were all “fuck it, it’s too nice and these roads are too good!”

(via polerstuff)

Jul 17

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“Cycling isn’t a game, it’s a sport. Tough, hard and unpitying, and it requires great sacrifices. One plays football, or tennis, or hockey. One doesn’t play at cycling.” — Jean de Gribaldy, cyclist and directeur sportif. (via cadenced)

Jul 16

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licnologia:

Taken by my father, on Allagash River, of our family dog: Eulalie.

licnologia:

Taken by my father, on Allagash River, of our family dog: Eulalie.

(via polerstuff)