Category Archives: Craft

Watch until the very end 😬☠️ | streetartglobe Via @GLOSS

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You barely ever hear chet baker shredding like this Lol. what shall i transcribe next🧐🎷 | parthenope.music

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From sheep to sea – an ode to the iconic sweater that warms Cornish sailors | Aeon Videos

It all begins with the sheep who wears the fleece: a seafaring ode to the sweater that’s warmed Cornish sailors for centuries Famed for its indigo shade of the ocean and its place-specific knit pattern, the iconic sweater known as … Continue reading

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When the wrapping itself is a gift on its own

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Most Leaders Don’t Even Know the Game They’re In | Simon Sinek

Trust and cooperation are not standard in our organizations and yet we know they should be. There are two attributes that every single leader has the opportunity to possess that will help them create the types of organizations we would … Continue reading

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How to speak so that people want to listen | Julian Treasure

[…] Have you ever felt like you’re talking, but nobody is listening? Here’s Julian Treasure to help you fix that. As the sound expert demonstrates some useful vocal exercises and shares tips on how to speak with empathy, he offers … Continue reading

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Mezcal Is The Fastest-Growing Liquor In The US. Why Aren’t Mexican Producers Cashing In?

Making mezcal is really hard work. Mexican producers harvest agave by hand and cook it in giant, earthen ovens. Then they crush it using a 1,000-pound, horse-drawn stone and distill it in copper pots. Despite all this effort, Mexican producers … Continue reading

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Mai Suzuki Proposes New Applications For Traditional Kumiko | Spoon & Tamago

OCTOBER 22, 2022 / JOHNNY Kumiko is a traditional Japanese technique that utilizes numerous wooden bars, crossed and laid to form various designs and expressions. No nails or metal pieces are used, and the wooden parts are put together by adjusting … Continue reading

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A ball rolling down a massive xylophone plays Bach’s “Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring” in a forest in Japan.

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