> While working as an animator in London in the late 1990s, Suzanne Slatcher spent her lunch breaks at the comics shop, reading a hardcover book on the making of Pixar’s then-latest film, A Bug’s Life. “It was like 40 pounds, and it was so expensive I couldn’t possibly afford it.
> Are you too busy? You should be, and you should let people know in a proud but exasperated tone. Like this, from an old colleague I recently asked for advice: “I would like to help but I can not. I am desperately trying to finish a screenplay and a talk I need to give in Milan.
> Today’s smartphones and tablets know a lot about us, but they don’t really know us. If Apple’s going to enter the wearable market, I believe (or at least, I hope) they will find an obvious benefit of wearing a device that goes beyond displaying notifications on your wrist.
> De politie die voortaan zonder toestemming Ook wel: uitbreiding vreemdelingentoezicht genoemd. een huis binnen mag vallen om illegalen op te sporen. Pedoseksuelen die steeds vaker levenslang onder toezicht Lees hier meer over de onder toezichtstelling van pedoseksuelen.
> Sixty-five years ago, deep in the basement of a Billund, Denmark carpentry workshop, Ole Kirk Christiansen conceived Lego; 560 billion pieces later, the company has defined childhood for millions of kids across the globe. But for some, the fun doesn’t stop at puberty.
> Last week the results of an England-wide survey of the reading habits of 1,500 adults was published. The research was conducted by DJS Research for Booktrust. Do note that this research shows a link, a correlation. This is not research on which you can conclude a causal relation.
> IN the world of “Mad Men,” whose seventh season begins on April 13 on AMC, one of the central dramatic devices is the client meeting, the scene where the advertising gurus and the people who pay them gather in their glassed-office agora to wrestle over the nature of commerce, persuasion, art an