At least it seems that way...
over 3 years ago
Sweet design piece brother.
Ah! But you *only* have 7 events next year :)
@Rogie: You are too kind — thanks :)
@Trent: I can't believe you remembered that number...
Living the high life!
I was going to do "Confusion" but as a parent, it seemed pretty self-explanatory. This is gold.
Have you read the Art of Travel by Alain de Botton? It's a philosophy / travel (by cover definition) book. I'm in the middle of reading it and in one section he muses about the places of travel like airports (and train stations etc) This reminds me of it. Very nice :)
@Philip: As it happens, that and two more of de Botton's books were waiting for me when I returned (yesterday) from my latest 3+ weeks on the road. Planning to start reading it this week :)
@Dan, what other two? I bought A Week at the Airport for a friend which I also want for myself. I'll have to ping you here on or elsewhere for your thoughts in a few weeks :)
@Philip: The Architecture of Happiness and A Week at the Airport :)
The Architecture of Happiness is a wonderful book. I also really adore one of his early ones: How Proust Can Change Your Life (you don't need to have read Proust for it to make sense!)
Hey man nice shot — and don't forget, you're always welcome in DC!
Haha. Love it! :)
I know the feeling well.
@Laura: As soon as I get through the three I have (which will hopefully be soon, as I'm using them as a reading experiment across iPad, Kindle, and dead tree formats) I'll pick that up.
Man I'm loving that texture. Quality image choice too. Great work dude.
over 2 years ago
Too bad you never spend time in the one near Boston...
over 1 year ago
@Patrick Haney: Yeah... I don't spend much time in any of them in the US anymore. I'll be in the States for 3 separate 4/5-week stints in the first half of the year, and I know there are some gigs outside of Florida for the quartet, so hopefully I'll be able to do a detour off one of them :)
America needs you, @Dan Rubin!
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