Esta sofisticada cartera no solo organiza sus tarjetas de crédito sino que también mantiene seguros sus datos financieros con recubrimiento integrado con protección RFID. 🔝
Happy Birthday to this person, @idevoglaer. We basically started this magically screwball journey together and I can’t tell you how grateful I am to be able to call you not just a fellow true-believer in the cult of @bouletbrothers, but an actual friend IRL. I don’t have a lot of those.
Here are some photos of you that I mostly took without your knowledge.
1. Ian passed out at #queenkong after a particularly complex rehearsal
2. Ian passed out at #queenkong after a simple rehearsal
3. Ian sleeping in a pile of wigs and props after the show in Manchester, UK.
4. Ian trying to hold it together after a particularly bad Dragula tech-rehearsal in London.
5. Ian about to lose his mind in Fresno as the hotel’s business center has an unexpected printer error one hour before tech.
6. Professional balloon wrangler at Queen Kong.
7. Forever mood.
Another book rec, this one from the mind of the master himself. For some reason I've found a certain synergy between music composition and physical thought, the way they both juxtapose rigorous, structured contemplation right alongside the playful, almost child-like abandon that somehow nurtures creativity. many businesses seem to have encounter the same phenomenon, not only Einstein with his violin playing but even more notably, Richard Feynman, who was a respected professional percussionist and performer right alongside his trailblazing work in quantum electrodynamics. This little volume, which I picked up near the Mayo Clinic where I got the previous book rec, is one of the best translations around of Einstein's seminal 1905 papers from the original German, and as a bonus with translations of key work from some of Einstein's most important contemporary colleagues in theoretical physics -- Hendrik Lorentz, Hermann Minkowski, Hermann Weyl -- to provide a context to Einstein's discoveries that's often missed. The translators here did a fantastic job of gently and painstakingly laying out what Einstein actually wrote and thought, providing a direct logical link between Einstein's groundbreaking findings and their wellspring in the physical and mathematical implications of Maxwell's equations of electromagnetism, helping to demystify many of the seeming counterintuitive elements of relativity and shedding light on how they actually make a good deal of sense when one understands the essence of the electromagnetic force in nature. A great read whether you're coming from the left brain or right brain end of the spectrum. Or both.