tiny bubbles

From , a video (wmv) of a thousand hand guanyin performance which is *incredible*. It’d be incredible without any additional information, but apparently the performers are all deaf-mute, which makes it just slightly more mind-blowing. Boggle.

Amazon.com founder takes his first step toward space tourism, apparently. Is *that* what he’s doing with all that money?

A guy feeds himself on a dollar a day for a month. More interesting for the idea than the implementation, which, IMHO, was poor. Kinda makes me want to try it, though. We eat out very rarely anymore, and we spend far more than €30 a month (or even €60), but it’d be interesting to try.

On how to write a novel. :)

3 thoughts on “tiny bubbles

  1. I had the opportunity to visit one of the training schools for these performers when I was in China. Even as little children their skills are pretty extraordinary. It was an inspiring experience. They are indeed all deaf, except or the director.

  2. Having spent the last three days eating out of my cupboards and realizing how much more I usually spend on food than I need to (quick-prep stuff, mostly), I’ll definitely have to peruse that $30/day link. Thanks!

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