Semi-Daily JR


  1. parislemon:

laughingsquid:

Mad Men Season 5 Posters

Got hooked watching Mad Men this summer, can’t wait for the New Season!

    parislemon:

    laughingsquid:

    Mad Men Season 5 Posters

    Got hooked watching Mad Men this summer, can’t wait for the New Season!

  2. heyamberrae:

Aiming for perfection is a great way to do nothing. (via @shatterboxx)

    heyamberrae:

    Aiming for perfection is a great way to do nothing. (via @shatterboxx)

    (via heyamberrae)

  3. Interesting video w/ Dean Buonomano, author of Brain Bugs: How the Brain’s Flaws Shape Our Lives, on our brain & the internet…. 

  4. Have an iPad & looking for a new way to interact with LinkedIn?? Checkout Flipboard’s latest update to their app!

  5. It’s easy to fall into this trap of confirmation bias. You believe this to be true and you keep reading content that confirms your bias. I worry about this more and more with smart opinion writers who only consume their own point of view. Here we have this incredible diversity of news and people are consuming it in such a narrow fashion. I worry that too many columnists are writing for their base, which is exacerbated by the most emailed list, the Internet’s version of TV ratings. There are too many people that get caught in the trap of “my audience isn’t going to like this.” The most influential columnists challenge what you think their ideology is once in a while. They’re not afraid when their base tells them they’re sellouts. On the left, my favorite sellout term is “corporatist.” On the right, it’s “mealy-mouthed” or “elitist.” It ends up becoming the political version of yo’ mama but, in my view, challenging your readership is a good thing.
    NBC’s Chuck Todd outlines his media diet. Read the rest at The Atlantic Wire (via theatlantic)
  6. Recycling a couple @Boulevard_Beer at a @rippleglass station (Taken with instagram)

    Recycling a couple @Boulevard_Beer at a @rippleglass station (Taken with instagram)

  7. Jack Byrne and Bill Snyder are achieving the most elusive of human goals — keeping things simple and remembering what you set out to do.
  8. I need both coffee & some innovation this morning! Hopefully this does the trick! (Taken with instagram)

    I need both coffee & some innovation this morning! Hopefully this does the trick! (Taken with instagram)

  9. HUGE, EPIC News for Kansas City, Kansas Today! Google is bringing 1GB fiber to KCK!

  10. Inaction breeds doubt and fear. Action breeds confidence and courage. If you want to conquer fear, do not sit home and think about it. Go out and get busy.
    Saw this amazing quote by Dale Carnegie on @heyamberrae instagram