"To be really social, you sit alone behind a computer with headphones, blocking the world out."
"Giving has better returns than claiming or taking. Consider that next time a client wants to claim a brand space/territory."
"You don’t win friends with salad."
"Brochures: for when you *really* want to bookmark the same stuff you can find online."
I grew up in Canada where the running joke about Canadians is that we’re too polite. Perhaps this is my Cannuck bias, but for some reason, young people in trams in Amsterdam don’t feel as compelled to relinquish their seat for elderly passengers as I do.
How can we get people to give up their comfort so that people with difficulties can ride safely?
Isn’t it strange how people check the printed timetables on bus stops, then cross check the time on their (internet enabled) phones?
People tend to walk in the direction the traffic flows in their home town.
"Every one of us, every human life, represents a negotiation between public and private identity."