This is creative inspiration week for the Narcissistic Anthropologist. I am involved in a project where I am seeking vision from others and thought I would share one nugget that made me smile today. For all of us with grand designs to change the world - or at least make a sizable dent in it, … Continue reading Some Inspiration to Create The Future
This one is for all the bloggers. I don't know why we all choose the blog as an outlet. For some people, it's a away to feel like you are being heard - if even only by your friends and family and anonymous strangers - in a world where it seems like you just can't … Continue reading An Homage To Alternative Points of View: An Exercise in Objectivity
People blog for a lot of reasons, I suppose. Some people just need free therapy - a place to dump out all the random thoughts in their head. Some people blog to hone their writing skills. Some are narcissists who think the world needs to hear what they have to say (I don't know anybody … Continue reading Inglorious Blogging: Intention Versus Reality
This just in: blogs do not contribute to value creation. So I've just recently heard on an otherwise very constructive conference call. Apparently - from a corporate culture perspective - by attempting to create cultural commentary on topical issues relevant to everyday humans, one essentially cheapens the value of their intellectual capital. Therefore, spending 30 … Continue reading This Is My Lunch Break: The Perceived Non-Value Of Blogging
Humans have evolved over time to become allergic to many of the foods we eat. I have allergies to soy and intolerances to lots of yummy fruits and vegetables, for instance. Then there are things like wheat and peanuts and milk that many humans just can stomach. Some attribute this to blood type or environmental … Continue reading A Maladaptive Moo For Modified Milk
You know, I spend a lot of time studying youth culture for the purposes of helping marketing and brand strategy. And over the past several years I have noticed a remarkable trend in the attitudes and values of global youth in general, but American Youth in particular. When I look at the culture of American … Continue reading Bullies: A Dying Breed
Jet-lagged bit eager to enjoy our first evening in Paris, my wife and I took a stroll and had a light meal in the neighborhood surrounding our hotel in the left bank, In St. Germain. Here is a snapshot I the evening's journey....up until we ended in a taxi headed for "the bar"...
So, in honor of Freshly Pressed (for featuring my 99th blog / 99th day of this experiment this weekend) I took a more purposeful spin through the freshly pressed features and found one blogger whose point of view on art and science I found pretty interesting: http://anatomyofstory.wordpress.com/2012/08/31/science-and-art/comment-page-1/#comment-31 This blog is … Continue reading Who Wants To Be Blinded With Science?
Have you ever thought that you were bored with life in your city? Or that it has lost its luster? It'd magic? It's intrigue? Perhaps with life humming along every day you forget to look around outside of your path to and from work and your usual stomping grounds. And chances are you steer clear … Continue reading See Your Town From A Different Perspective: Be A Tourist
Urban sprawl all over America has given way to urban areas that are broken down into cellular pockets of neighborhoods with varying demographics. One more popular type of urban pocket is the Hipster Habitat. If you live in or near a major city center then you have likely been in one of these neighborhoods and … Continue reading How you know you are in a Hipster Habitat