I wholeheartedly agree; we do not want our work to be the only thing that our life is about. Just like Ikari Sinji, in discovering that there is life for him beyond being an Eva pilot, rejects Instrumentality and saves the world, or at least what's left of it.
(Please excuse my totally unnecessary and uncalled-for Evangelion fanboy-geekery :p)
Video found as a comment by Tim Clague ("I went home") of Hugh Macleod's Blue Monster: Why Social Objects are the Future of Marketing.
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I don't write intellectually. I write expressively. I don't claim to be accurate, fair or thorough. I don't wanna get stuck on certain topics. Though I sometimes do. But not that often. I'd like to expand. I wanna write more poems. But I'll only upload them if they're good. I only rant about my life's hardships if it will rescue just a little bit of my sanity. I'm saner than I make myself out to be, though.
If I am an OS kernel, and I just had a kernel dump, I'd imagine that the text in this blog is what it would more or less look like.
There. Do you get it?
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