Helmut Newton, Jerry Hall, Vogue, 1974
I need some fucking high waisted jeans and high waisted shorts. They need to fit my ample booty and smallish waist. This is more difficult to find than it sounds. I also need the shorts to not be SO short that the bottom of my ass is falling out of them.
Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson has an important message about proper attribution.
I THOUGHT THIS WAS AN ADDED CAPTION BUT THEN I WENT TO THE VIDEO AND IT’S REAL
NEIL ACTUALLY SAID THIS
WHAT A TIME TO BE ALIVE
fuckin’ thank you dude
hi come over and hang out with us
we won’t drown you at all
i dont even know the first thing about drowning so i definitely couldn’t drown you
look at how much we’re not drowning right now
come over and trust us
Most big ideas have loud critics. Not disruption. Disruptive innovation as the explanation for how change happens has been subject to little serious criticism, partly because it’s headlong, while critical inquiry is unhurried; partly because disrupters ridicule doubters by charging them with fogyism, as if to criticize a theory of change were identical to decrying change; and partly because, in its modern usage, innovation is the idea of progress jammed into a criticism-proof jack-in-the-box.