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Do y'all know 's work? In addition to writing some gorgeous poems, she is an exceptional literary citi…
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Suppose reading and writing do their best work after daily care has struck (and struck hard).

C.D. Wright
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RT : Let’s call this policy what it is: a human rights abuse being committed by the United States government.
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“Maybe you need to write a poem about grace.

When everything broken is broken,
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Why are so few companies good at innovation?

A lack of ideas or smart people is RARELY the problem.

Companies ca…
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Atul Gawande: Curiosity and What Equality Really Means | The New Yorker
We are in a dangerous moment because every kind of curiosity is under attack—scientific curiosity, journalistic curiosity, artistic curiosity, cultural curiosity. This is what happens when the abiding emotions have become anger and fear. Underneath that anger and fear are often legitimate feelings of being ignored and unheard—a sense, for many, that others don’t care what it’s like in their shoes. So why offer curiosity to anyone else?

Once we lose the desire to understand—to be surprised, to listen and bear witness—we lose our humanity. Among the most important capacities that you take with you today is your curiosity. You must guard it, for curiosity is the beginning of empathy. When others say that someone is evil or crazy, or even a hero or an angel, they are usually trying to shut off curiosity. Don’t let them. We are all capable of heroic and of evil things. No one and nothing that you encounter in your life and career will be simply heroic or evil. Virtue is a capacity. It can always be lost or gained. That potential is why all of our lives are of equal worth.
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Girls are coming out
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Richard Siken, “Still Life with Skulls and Bacon” from WAR OF THE FOXES (, 2015)
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Everything You Make is an Engine
“What I mean by that is that anything you make – a podcast, a book, a TV show, a business, really any endeavor that you undertake – is not just the thing it is, but it’s also an engine that powers, directly or indirectly, other things and other people. And that’s more true the more success you have. The best example I can think of is Saturday Night Live, about which I would say that it’s an incredibly uneven television show on the whole across decades, but it’s one of the most important engines in the history of American comedy. It generated power, but then it also took that power and used it to make other things go – and while that’s related to the show itself being good, it’s a slightly different thing”
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RT : It was 14 years ago today that Massachusetts recognized the right of all people to marry the person they love.

The…
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Dig in the Right Spot – Mule Design Studio – Medium
Research questions are not interview questions
This is the greatest misconception I have come across. Your research question is what you need to know to make better product decisions, your interview questions are what you ask in order to learn what you need to know.

Research question: How do recent college graduates decide what to have for dinner?

Interview question: What did you eat yesterday?

Interviewing may not even be the best way to answer your research questions. It might be better to read existing literature, or observe people out in the world, or do a competitive analysis. A lot of designers skip analogous research entirely when it could be the most fruitful. Maybe the best way to find out whether anyone will develop a habit around your app to learn what gets people to floss their teeth.

And the best interview question is often just “Tell more more about that.”
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Move to the Edge, and Declare it Center ... I've found my life's mantra! Thx
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Loving the things
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is like saying Goodbye
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You fucked up a perfectly good wolf is what you did. Look at it. It's got capitalism.
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Happy Birthday Strudel - 5 years old today.

He still enjoys a good sit.
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This is the burden a poet must carry with him
to the sea, the burden for a truth unfettered
by the promise of anoth…
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"I hope it's love. I'm trying really hard / to make it love."

Richard Siken is everything.
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When someone in power is whining about cultural appropriation or “reverse” race/sex/etc-ism, I sure do hear them sa…
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As someone peripheral to the developer world, I think the design opportunities afforded by CSS Grid are simply asto…
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THREAD: I’m going to “reply all” to this because I think more than a few folks need to hear my answer. Ok?
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Community is a social word, not a "yuppie word." It is useful when describing the outcomes of systems of cooperatio…
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Truly, we live with mysteries too marvelous
to be understood.

Let me keep my distance, always, from those
who thin…
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I wish more people understood that the goal of Stack Overflow is not "answer my question" but "let's collaborativel…
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“The World I Live In” by Mary Oliver seems a good way to end sharing poems for national poetry month
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“Hold hard then, heart. This way at least you live.”

- from “The Fist” by Derek Walcott
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“In a Word, a World” by C.D. Wright
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The trick of the future is that it’s empty,
a cup before you pour the water.

MAGGIE SMITH ()
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Sometimes things don’t go, after all,
from bad to worse. Some years, muscadel
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“Instructions on Not Giving Up” by Ada Limón
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Gmorning
This feeling will pass.
This workload will pass.
These people will pass.
But look at you, with the gift of…
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Love this new broadside design!
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The Committee Weighs In

I tell my mother
I’ve won the Nobel Prize.

Again? she says. Which
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TONIGHT at The Spirit Room , 8pm: TRACI BRIMHALL ()!
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The simultaneous steadiness and movement of this Carl Phillips poem induces a kind of pleasurable vertigo in me
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I’m thinking about CD Wright’s ONE BIG SELF after a disagreement I had about privatized prisons last week. The book…
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I am thrilled & honoured that my poem “I Have A Problem” from my new book Blackbirds () was selected t…
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I think the life I want

is the life I have, but how can I be sure?

- from “Heavy” by Hieu Minh Nguyen
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This is one of Sarah J. Sloat’s Misery poems (the Stephen King novel is the source text)
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This is one of Sarah J. Sloat’s Misery poems (the Stephen King novel is the source text)
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"What We Miss" by Sarah Manguso
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It is the responsibility of the poet to be a woman to keep an eye on
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To be free of situations,
To live from day to day without events

And to be free from the need to narrate them.

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The bestest part of my job is the sheer number of ridiculously smarty pants folks I get to collaborate with on the…
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These poems
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in the dark
reaching for you
whoever you are
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“Slap me good and hard with mortality while I’m strong.”
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That creator feeling when enjoyment only seems justified by profit
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