Stop Telling Women to Smile has grown immensely over the past year and it’s time to bring in some local help.
I’m looking for someone smart and creative, who is passionate about this project’s purpose to work as an intern 1-2 days a week at my home studio in Brooklyn. This will be a temporary…
Andrew Chen, associate professor of computer science at Minnesota State University Moorhead (MN), responded, “The Internet is a dangerous place — it spreads vice easily. The Internet is a powerful place — it enables oppressed peoples to gather together and achieve power through a shared voice. The Internet is a seductive place — it provides multiple opportunities for people to ignore the rest of their lives. The Internet is a chimera — it starts out seeming powerful, then it becomes seductive, and then it becomes dangerous. The Internet is the fullest expression of human nature — and how you see it reflects you more than anything else. The Internet has already impacted too much. The seductive aspects are the worst. As people forsake the rest of their lives, it becomes a drain on humanity that transforms humans into just small parts of the Internet, whereas it should be that the Internet is a small part of human life.”
The Hero’s Journey
A legendary hero is usually the founder of something—the founder of a new age, the founder
of a new religion, the founder of a new city, the founder of a new way of life. In order to found something
new, one has to leave the old and go on a quest of the seed idea, a germinal idea
that will have the potential of bringing forth that new thing.
— Joseph Campbell, Hero with a Thousand Faces