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Favorite Williams Professor, Michael Lewis, on visual images in a verbal culture

This makes me wish I were back at Williams this fall. Sigh… growing up is harder than I thought.

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A Titian kitten, lessons in leadership, Motown Divanalysis, and much more

My favorite things found across l’internet cette semaine. Every single one is worth a click through:

  • Great overview of great meat from Serious Eats.
  • A blog of bangable dudes in history. Obviously Alexander Hamilton is #1. So handsome.
  • Ford CEO Alan Mulally shared this talk on leadership at Stanford’s GSB. The entire video is a good reminder of why I love my job.
  • This happened (HT Buzzfeed):

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Would make a better Sharpie ad than the lame Post-It proposal

Thought this was very clever:

Via Bits & Pieces

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2018 can’t come soon enough…

Via TDW

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The cutest dictators ever

Not to stifle this woman’s creativity, but I’m pretty creeped out by the whole “dressing up her baby like Stalin” thing.  Still better than the Anne Geddes-babies-in-cabbage-leaves thing…

Via The Daily What

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Is putting a Single Ladies print in a single lady’s apartment too meta?

Because I’m thinking of it:

Via The Daily What

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So yeah, this New Yorker cover was “fingerpainted” on an iPhone

No judgements, but the artist must have tiny fingers.

Via Gizmodo.

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