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(1959-) is a radio broadcaster and host of the award-winning program and podcast . My cousin in the States recently recommended the podcast and it's great. This quote came from an interview Glass did about the . And here's a cool .
MARK TWAIN: An educational journey
My is still one of my favourites and I can't believe it's taken me so long to do another quote from him. Similar to the first comic, this one is related to travel and I think it's very true. Don't you think the idea behind this comic would be a good...
BUDDHA: Less is more
I found this anecdote floating around Pinterest, Facebook and Twitter and I thought it would make a nice, short comic. Sometimes I need a break from the heavy and deep quotes and just want to do something fun. Now, there's no actual proof the Buddha ...
MARIANNE WILLIAMSON: Our deepest fear
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ROBERT FROST: The road not taken
Zen Pencils Robert Frost is back with one of his most famous poems. It's easy to misinterpret this poem as being about living an awesome life after making some hard or unconventional choices, but I don't think it's about that at all. I read it as be...
ALBERT EINSTEIN: The most important thing
My has been pretty popular and is one of my personal favourites so I wanted to do another Einstein quote and decided to do it in the same style and format so that they can be purchased as a series. I also picked the similar theme of learning, educat...
KURT VONNEGUT: The life of art
This is my second Kurt Vonnegut quote (). He just had such a gift for expressing the joy of living and creating into a few sentences that I was always going to adapt more than one of his. I'm trying to avoid double-ups this soon into the website bein...
NEIL deGRASSE TYSON: The most astounding fact
(1958-) is an astrophysicist, director of the Hayden Planetarium in New York, TV host and one of the current rockstars of the science world. He's gained mainstream and pop-culture fame thanks to his books, TV show and frequent appearances on and . A...
SHANTIDEVA: What, me worry?
was an 8th-century Indian Buddhist scholar who is most well-known for writing the famous buddhist text . I think this is a fantastic quote. Worry can consume a person and suffocate them into inaction. I know I'm guilty of it and it's something I'm wo...
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(1934-1996) was an American astronomer, cosmologist, author and the coolest nerd ever. He was famous for making science accessible to anyone with half a brain. His 1980 documentary series, , inspired a whole generation of people and I think it's the ...
THEODORE ROOSEVELT: The man in the arena
(1858-1919) is probably my favourite historic figure and this is my favourite quote. Roosevelt was a naturalist, ornithologist, cowboy, conservationist, ranchman, war hero, writer, hunter and politician. Growing up, Teddy was severely asthmatic, too ...
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN: Don't get trapped
(1706-1790) was pretty much the most awesome guy ever. He was a printer, writer, postmaster general, scientist, newspaper editor, politician and founding father of the United States. He also invented the lightning rod, bifocals, urinary catheter (a r...
ROBERT FROST: The faithful worker
(1874-1963) was a famous American poet who worked menial odd-jobs while pursuing his love of poetry in his spare time. He went on to win four Pulitzer prizes. I found this quote in by Tim Ferriss, a book that helps people break free from their 9-5 j...
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Step-by-step instructional video clips on how to tie various useful and popular knots.
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There was a time — and maybe we're still in it — when almost every stylish home contained a vase of craspedia, also known as "Billy Balls," "Billy Buttons," and a few other terms I'm not aware of. And why not? Craspedia are a very cool-looking flower...
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Crochet playgrounds (yes, really)
This is surely the craftiest playground you'll ever see. Japanese artist Toshiko Horiuchi MacAdam became a playground designer quite by accident. In the mid nineties, she was exhibiting a large-scale crochet piece, ‘Multiple Hammock No. 1′, at an art...
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Browse local data from the Census Bureau's American Community Survey, which was conducted from 2005 to 2009.
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In case you haven't noticed in my previous entries, I really really like non-traditional art. Joe Bagley falls into that category perfectly. Hailing f
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