This also reminded me that somewhere or another I read that some smart guy--some guy I probably read about in the New York Times today, but honestly, I can't be bothered to double-check--right, some smart guy has an infographic feed. Or something. He constantly consumes infographics, which is a good idea, because infographics are kind of awesome. For instance, here's some useful information about the cost of hiring a zombie:
|I Hired a Zombie, or The True Cost of a Bad Hire (via Mashable)
And here's one, The History of the Internet in a Nutshell (go on, check it out--it's pretty!):
|via Mashable (click here to see it full screen)
|...and that is by no means the most expensive thing on the menu.
Well, I wish I were an infographic maker. Perhaps I will become a connoisseur of them. But in the meantime, here is some other information you might like to have about stuff I want to do before I go back to school (too bad I can't/am too lazy to put it all in the form of a well-designed graphic):
- see all the movies
- read a pile more books
- write drafts of ten more poems--by "drafts," I really mean drafts, not finished poems. You know, move my freewriting to the next level.
- make two video essays
- ride my bike in the morning fifty more days (not technically possible, but there's a spirit of the thing involved here)
- notice everything
- see some live music outside
- eat some more good food
- have dinner with some friends
- relax some more, and then
- relax even more than that.