"Learning what’s important and stripping out the extraneous is how you achieve an economy of motion to hone your thinking to a point of effectiveness and expressiveness. That means getting closer to a place where you have nothing going on."
— Some real truth here.
This Company Made Millions Because There Was Nothing Going On
"It doesn’t take an expert to get a great glass at Racines NY. Stuttering a few disjointed syllables to Mr. Tronche, I ended up drinking a rich, almost tropical Sancerre from Sebastien Riffault, poured from a magnum; a dessert wine from François Pinon, a Vouvray with acidity and sweetness so closely balanced I found it hard to believe; a Reagan-era verdelho, a mere toddler as Madeiras go, that is one of the best companions for a cheese course I’ve ever met."
— Talk about love of wine and words.
New York Times review of my friends neo-bistro in TriBeCa.
See you at the bar!
"I think the beauty of Twitter lies in how it doesn’t preordain how it should be used. Rather than tell users what to message or what problem Twitter is solving, Twitter instead just offers a powerful platform then leaves the door wide open and the users themselves evolve its application."
— Still so true.
Why I Twitter