The concept of Happy Path really is a life mantra. Just like the useful “Pull, don’t push”, it tells you to find the most pleasurable and effortless context in which to work in. If you’re loving what you’re doing and do not feel like it’s work at all, then stay on that lane. Or path.
Back in the day I wrote a short story while living in Paris, I felt it was high time. You can read it here.
During one of my roaming trips through Europe I stumbled into a pick up football game. I joined in with the local french kids and started playing. At some point I remember playing the perfect pass, a beautiful curved ball in front of the running attacker that had only to slide into the goal. A thing of beauty.
Introducing the flashy new Hammond trio with a catchy summer tune “Calypsol”.
After teaming with Madalena, Bruno Santos and Catarina Sobral on a teaser for Contraconto, a play for kids spanning the 12 months of the year, we set once again to give life to another of Bruno’s projects.
The invite to give life to the upbeat song “Calypsol” was turned into a portrait of a chilled rehearsal session, in this case at the home of the main guitar man himself.
Andamos a propagar as plantas do nosso jardim, e a oferecê-las aos nossos amigos. Quem cá vem a casa leva sempre uma planta nova. Não há que enganar, a vida abre espaço para o crescimento, interior e exterior.
No site Cada Casa Um Jardim acompanhamos as viagens destas plantas, uma cartografia espacio-temporal verde. Vale a pena assinar e regressar para acompanhar as evoluções imprevisíveis.
Engaging with a captivating article online tends to be a fractal experience, in which a tab ends up turning into multiple tabs. I managed to close all said tabs plus the original, and that, I feel, calls for celebration.
A while back I wrote in astonishment how there wasn’t — the web being around for so many years, after all — a reliable way to manage website bookmarks. A simple solution that would allow you to save, tag and explore a collection of your favorite websites. After all, the building block of the web is the hyperlink.
Turns out there is, rejoice!
Raindrop.io provides an elegant solution to keep track of your favorite websites, whatever they might be.