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KemMeyer.com

A place to catch my things...
Aug 13 '13
Aug 2 '13
tastefullyoffensive:

Well, that’s convenient. [via]

tastefullyoffensive:

Well, that’s convenient. [via]

Jul 31 '13

futurejournalismproject:

The Pace of Modern Life

From the more things change department, via xkcd

Jul 5 '13

pityreblogs:

sweat is just your body crying because it wants you to stop moving

hahaha

Jul 5 '13

(Source: artmonia)

Jul 5 '13
"But do you know what happens to girls who love lost boys? They become lost themselves. Without fail."
David Levithan (via thegrayguardian)

True. Listen up girls.

(Source: toinfinityandswann)

Jul 5 '13
asabnyc:

London’s most famous buildings-tube map style

I love taking something familiar & using it for something unexpected.

asabnyc:

London’s most famous buildings-tube map style

I love taking something familiar & using it for something unexpected.

(via mrenzulli & asabnyc)
Jul 1 '13
shortformblog:

thenextweb:

An updated version of the comprehensive social web infographic ‘The Conversation Prism’ has just landed.
If you’re into #SocialMedia or think you need to be, this is a must read http://tnw.to/s5r1
@MattNavarraUK

Shockingly, Bebo, that downtrodden network I posted about earlier, gets a shoutout—right next to Google+, even.

shortformblog:

thenextweb:

An updated version of the comprehensive social web infographic ‘The Conversation Prism’ has just landed.

If you’re into #SocialMedia or think you need to be, this is a must read http://tnw.to/s5r1

@MattNavarraUK

Shockingly, Bebo, that downtrodden network I posted about earlier, gets a shoutout—right next to Google+, even.

Jun 24 '13
newsweek:

fastcompany:

It’s called a lilac chaser. You’ve seen it before. It’s an optical illusion with a small black cross in the middle, encircled by twelve blurry lilac-colored dots. A green dot animates over the lilacs as though counting the time on a futuristic clock. Stare at the cross long enough and the lilacs disappear, one by one. But the moment you get distracted and look away, the lilacs come back.
The black cross is the work you do. The lilacs are all the things ancillary to your work. They’re the small choices you’ve made around your black cross: the time you wake up, the tools you use, what you have for breakfast, when you check your email, and so on. They’re the various aspects of a daily routine—things that, when fixed in place, disappear with the passage of time.
How your habits become productivity-draining distractions

Whoa.

I am such a lilac chaser. Need. Intervention.

newsweek:

fastcompany:

It’s called a lilac chaser. You’ve seen it before. It’s an optical illusion with a small black cross in the middle, encircled by twelve blurry lilac-colored dots. A green dot animates over the lilacs as though counting the time on a futuristic clock. Stare at the cross long enough and the lilacs disappear, one by one. But the moment you get distracted and look away, the lilacs come back.

The black cross is the work you do. The lilacs are all the things ancillary to your work. They’re the small choices you’ve made around your black cross: the time you wake up, the tools you use, what you have for breakfast, when you check your email, and so on. They’re the various aspects of a daily routine—things that, when fixed in place, disappear with the passage of time.

How your habits become productivity-draining distractions

Whoa.

I am such a lilac chaser. Need. Intervention.

Jun 23 '13
Jun 17 '13

nevver:

Infographic about why you like Infographics, [more]

All about it.

(via nevver)
Jun 3 '13
May 16 '13
"Done! Just finished the final mix last night. In two weeks Arrested Development will be yours to do with as you please."
Arrested Development creator Mitch Hurwitz via shortformblog (Can Netflix handle the bandwidth that’s coming their way? I sure hope so. Planning my binge watching now.)
May 16 '13
"Funny thing about wearing your struggle on the outside: it makes you stronger. It teaches you how to adapt. It forces you to dig deep and do more. And while people like you are sitting at the cool kids table intent on holding others down, the ragtag team of not-so-cool kids is busy pulling others up…and we’ve become an unstoppable force driving the world forward."
31-yr old Amy Taylor (@nomeatballs) on WriteHuman.com
May 8 '13
Have you picked up this month’s copy? http://ministrytodaymag.com/ It was fun to collaborate on this issue. All about communications. 

Have you picked up this month’s copy? http://ministrytodaymag.com/ It was fun to collaborate on this issue. All about communications.