“They were careless people, Tom and Daisy—they smashed up things and creatures and then retreated back into their money or their vast carelessness…and let other people clean up the mess they had made.”
One of my favorite lines in the entire book…it’s sad that people like this exist outside of novels.
We’re proud of what the new Digg team has accomplished since we took over the site in August. We released an iPhone app, an iPad app (both featured by Apple), an email product called The Daily Digg, and a site redesign. We doubled our users, publishers are starting to notice “the Digg effect” once again, and most importantly, users think we’re on the right track. As we look forward to 2013, we wanted to take a moment and talk a little bit about our approach to monetization.
“Happiness in intelligent people is the rarest thing I know.”
Let the holiday feasting begin… Lobster, prime rib, sashimi and lamb rack galore. (at Hilton Los Angeles/Universal City)
"Good. Now that you hit on me, we can get it out of the way that I’m NOT interested".
SUITS Trailer (by SuitsonUSA)
In F1 car racing, if you look at the obstacles on the race track, you won’t get past them. The best entrepreneurs don’t see obstacles, they see a path through them. Sometimes breaking boundaries, breaking rules, breaking people to get them to this end. That can be a very ugly person in some ways. But it is that singular drive and vision that will leads to success.
Necessity is the mother of innovation, they say. I’m using the new fridge as a temporary safe while I leave the door unlock so that we can easily move the new mattress in. No self-respecting time-sensitive house thief would look into the fridge for diamonds unless he is a glutton looking for quick bites. (Taken with Instagram)
The closest I get to debauchery in Vegas is making phallic looking packaging like this then making inappropriate comments online to make conservatives cringe. (Taken with Instagram at Mandalay Bay Convention Center - Roofing Southwest Booth #2379)
You know your days of wild hedonism is over when you skip out on industry after parties and spend more time in soap shops than in the gambling dens. (Taken with Instagram at Las Vegas, NV)