Sails furled, flag drooping at her rounded stern, she rode the tide in from the...– J. Saunders Redding, a black American writer, describes the arrival of a ship in North America in the year 1619
Ninety-nine percent of my music comes from Africa. Sorry, Puerto Ricans, and...– Carlos Santana
We have to ask ourselves, “What’s the best way to grow the economy and create...– Obama (via kateoplis)
Why the Impossible Happens More Often →
‘ve had to persuade myself to believe in the impossible more often. In the past several decades I’ve encountered a series of ideas that I was conditioned to think were impossibilities, but which turned out to be good practical ideas. For instance, I had my doubts about the online flea market called eBay when it first came out. Pay money to a stranger selling a car you have not...
Could drones be used to deliver food to starving people? How about medicine?