This Influence

The rarest ephemera--our own days

I love rediscovering artists I have loved and forgotten. On today’s docket is Shearwater. The new covers album is incredible.

(Source: Spotify)

"If there is magic on this planet it’s in the water."

(Source: Spotify)

Hey man. You left your bone in the grass.  (at Crosswalk Family Of God)

Hey man. You left your bone in the grass. (at Crosswalk Family Of God)

Here’s my jowly dude. He’s honing his underbite. #dogdad

Here’s my jowly dude. He’s honing his underbite. #dogdad

Today’s jams.  (at Thompson Hall)

Today’s jams. (at Thompson Hall)

From Seeing Gray in a World of Black and White: Thoughts on Religion, Morality, and Politics by Adam Hamilton

From Seeing Gray in a World of Black and White: Thoughts on Religion, Morality, and Politics by Adam Hamilton

Not a bad Saturday morning view. Sleeping dog and a good book. #dogdad  (at Stifft’s Station)

Not a bad Saturday morning view. Sleeping dog and a good book. #dogdad (at Stifft’s Station)

GTD: Trigger List for Academics

studiesinsemicolons:

As part of my continued reinvigoration of my Getting Things Done system (more on that later), I’m trying to develop a version of David Allen’s incomplete triggers list especially for academics. It’s a Google Doc that’s completely editable so check it out and, if you’ve got stuff to add, please go do so.

(via studiesinsemicolons-deactivated)

Whenever I read things like this:
“Experts rated the vegan diet among the most difficult to follow of all those we ranked. The vegan approach, which eliminates all animal products—including dairy and eggs—is ‘hard to sustain’ because of a ‘lack of variety,’ extreme restriction, and the challenges that come with eating away from home.” 
I can’t help but think of this image.

Whenever I read things like this:

Experts rated the vegan diet among the most difficult to follow of all those we ranked. The vegan approach, which eliminates all animal products—including dairy and eggs—is ‘hard to sustain’ because of a ‘lack of variety,’ extreme restriction, and the challenges that come with eating away from home.” 

I can’t help but think of this image.