What I learned this week, April 13, 2012

We all have read and heard enough bad advice to fill the oceans to overflowing. This, on the other hand, may be the best advice I have ever heard… ever.

I really, really, wish someone had told me this when I was sixteen. Ten thousand hours.

The other day, I went down to the Dallas Arts District to watch the first Patio Sessions

Here’s a Vimeo of a bit of the performance….

You can see me take a picture at 5:35 or so.

Why do old books smell

My favorite Internet radio station is Radio Paradise. They play a wide variety of music, all of it good. Every now and then, something comes on that makes me sit up and listen – then find out who and what it was. This was one of those times.

This has (as of when I’m writing this) over one hundred fifty million hits. I suppose you have already seen it. On the odd chance that you haven’t – here it is anyway. It deserves the hits.

This is sort of long, but watch the whole thing, it’s worth it. Nine-year-old’s cardboard arcade launches college fund

2 responses to “What I learned this week, April 13, 2012

  1. This is a great post. I’m completely taken with Caine — that kid is going to go far. Architect? Engineer? I also loved the advice from Ira Glass. I’ve reposted Caine to my Facebook page and the Ira Glass advice to my blog, hope that’s ok.

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