I love how this group looks at a piano and doesn’t just see keys, strings, and pedals. They imagine new sounds. New ways of playing the instrument. And they work together to create something new and cool.
And if you’re intrigued and have a few minutes, I highly suggest reading Steve Clayton’s compelling story about what his two-year-old daughter has taught him about technology and the closing digital/physical divide.
I came across the Six Word Story Every Day site concept (thanks to a tweet from Ali Edwards) and got lost poking around the contributors’ stories and visual interpretations. What a cool (and easy!) way to capture moments, both profound and passing.
Since I’ve been absent from blogging while sorting out some busyness and priorities in my own life, it only seemed appropriate to create my own version to recap my day (err…month).
Your Friday smile, courtesy of The Oatmeal. (After a long, busy week, I’ll probably be taking an Angry Birds break by the time 3:30 rolls around. Pretty sure Angry Birds and social media check-ins are the new smoke break.)