Tag: relating to others

  • Culture | What are some things many people pretend to like but don’t actually enjoy?

    Culture | What are some things many people pretend to like but don’t actually enjoy?

    It is a good question. I found it on Quora. I have an answer to it, which would be, People pretending to enjoy being famous as internet influencers. My favorite answer posted, though, is by someone who describes themselves as a ‘child of two therapists’, Joschka Yoshi Tryba, who answers this question…

  • Issue #107

    Issue #107

    This week, a pretty fun collage, from real life and internet conversations that wound up in a pretty wacky set. S P A C E | HCMC ‘Quarky.’ Here’s a link. http://gum.co/space-hcm-quarky Thanks. ;) S P A C E | HCM, ‘Quarky’.. Beaming it up…

  • Issue #106

    Issue #106

    A. Spaice // DK · Mary Anne S P A C E | Dublin, ‘Mary Anne’ Loading…

  • Relationships matter, and this is why, according to systems thinker George Vickers

    ‘Human contacts are dangerous [because] they matter so much, and no one knows how much they matter. Even the most trivial meeting makes a difference, slight or lasting, to one or both. ‘Intimate contacts make heaven and hell, they can heal and tear, kill and raise from the dead. These…

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  • On quality and intrigue, a conversation with line and music

    On quality and intrigue, a conversation with line and music

    A Q&A WITH ERLING SKORPEN, a jazz artist, on what makes something intriguing. ‘When you listen to a concert, and you notice that the musicians are really into what they’re doing. When you can feel the energy in the room, and there exists a special atmosphere there. That’s the feeling…

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  • S P A C E | ‘Kiyoshi Inoue: a samurai designer’

    S P A C E | ‘Kiyoshi Inoue: a samurai designer’

    … Kiyoshi Inoue: a samurai designer of American corporate identities, from the era of hand-drawn logos Editor’s note: This post was one of the most popular from our blog 2006-2013, which is no longer in our archives. It’s written by DK co-founder Akira Morita.   I WAS JUST WATCHING an…