Nobody likes being told who or what they are.
In 2008 we came perilously close to killing money, exposing in the process how out of date money’s infrastructure has become.
It’s sort of a law of the art world: The stuff that grows in importance is only the stuff you bought because it wowed you.
My Google existence is probably larger than a lot of people’s.
If nothing else, we simply get used to being alive.
Never loan a book to someone if you expect to get it back. Loaning books is the same as giving them away.
New York is a theme park for people with IQs over 108.
You pretend to be more eccentric than you actually are because you fear you are an interchangeable cog.
Technology favors horrible people.
God is what keeps us together after the love is gone.
I always thought of words as art supplies.
Is there anything in the world more annoyingly creepy than an unspoken dress code?
Mediums change you by their very existence. They do this on fundamental levels because they force you to favour certain parts of your brain over others.
I had a lot of really terrible advice early in my writing career, and I cheesed off people without even knowing it, all the while thinking I was implementing good advice. Well, what can you do about it? Next.
You wait for fate to bring about the changes in life which you should be bringing about by yourself.