I dunno why Vimeo links never work for me. Anyway, watch that video; it’s great. 3 minutes. Via Dooce.
This guilty dog is the best – that nervous tail thudding on the floor made me howl.
This cat is pretty cute, too. My cats never look guilty, though, even after coating my entire life in thick fluffy, un-removeable fur.
Great advice on creation from Austin Kleon, creator of Blackout Poems:
“Do good work and put it where people can see it.” It’s a two step process.
Step one, “do good work,” is incredibly hard. There are no shortcuts. Make stuff every day. Fail. Get better. Step two, “put it where people can see it,” was really hard up until about 10 years ago. Now, it’s very simple: “put your stuff on the internet.”
The whole, excellent manifesto is here.