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READING: A First-Rate Madness: Uncovering the Links Between Leadership and Mental Illness

Really fascinating stuff so far! One of my favorite quotes: Great crisis leaders are not like the rest of us; nor are they like mentallyhealthy leaders. They’re often intelligent, prone to poor physicalhealth, the products of privileged background…

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Wonderland – Adventures in Communicating a New Alice Design Evolvement

via Not only do I love this new poster for the upcoming show, but I LOVE that New York Times covered how it got to be that way. A gorgeous design and the behind the scenes look of how it got to be. Paradise! Check it out: http://www.n…

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NYT- Art That Was Once Alive – Slide Show

Check out this crazy slideshow collection of the super creepy but super cool art form made from something that was once alive. via

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Remembering an Omnipresent Force at a Brooklyn School – City Room Blog

Andrea Mohin/The New York Times Principal Saul Bruckner talking with students in the hall at Edward R. Murrow High School in Brooklyn in 2001. Mr. Bruckner died on Saturday. If there was one person who didn’t need to wear a name tag at Edward R. M…

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Leslie Buck, Designer of Iconic Coffee Cup, Dies at 87

It is, of course, the Anthora, the cardboard cup of Grecian design that has held New Yorkers’ coffee securely for nearly half a century. Introduced in the 1960s, the Anthora was long made by the hundreds of millions annually, nearly every cup dest…

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