Start your Monday off right:
- Using the Eggbot machine, Jiri Zemanek created stroboscopic patterns on Easter Eggs . It seems like a lot of work just have the best eggs at the Easter Egg hunt.
- Artist, Bruce Munro, is set to unveil his latest and largest installment in his "Field of Light" series in Australia. He plants 1000s of LED lights into the ground creating a sea of colored lights.
- Isaac Asimov wrote around 500 books during his lifetime. Farnam Street explores what allowed him to be so prolific.
- Adam Birkan is a street photographer from Bangkok and his feed is filled with wild colors and life found in South East Asia
“It’s not what you look at that matters, it’s what you see.”
– Henry David Thoreau
Josh Waitzkin is probably best known as the inspiration for the book and movie, Searching for Bobby Fisher, but has achieved world class in two other pursuits after chess. He sat down with Tim Ferris for an episode of his podcast that was incredible. As a little taste, here is Josh's idea of scarcity in terms of gaining skills.
Creativity is the search beyond the obvious. It often requires the conscience forgetting what we known (or accept that we known) in order to turn over some unexpected new stone.