Have you thought about the fact that just about every time Steve Jobs appeared in public, he was selling us something?
And yet few rolled their eyes and said, “oh, here comes another sales pitch.” 138 more words
By His Divine Grace A. C. Bhaktivedānta Swami Prabhupāda
Who requires a guru? It is not a fashion that one has to accept anyone as guru. 486 more words
Most things are liked because they’re popular.
I know that seems to be a redundancy, but it’s worth decoding.
Pop music, for example, is a must-listen among certain populations because that’s what “everyone else” is listening to, and being in sync is the primary benefit on offer. 65 more words
Two years on from Asperger’s diagnosis – when I was told about the many geniuses throughout history, thought, with good reason, to have been somewhere on the autistic spectrum – it has become my entertainment, rather than my horror, to observe how knowledge of my diagnosis affects the way others treat me. 1,054 more words