Movie critic Roger Ebert has lost his voice, his ability to eat and drink and most of his jaw to cancer, but as this fantastic interview in Esquire shows, the man still has a lot to say.
Towards the end of the article, he sums up his life philosophy:
Here's another great little video from youtube: My friend Stephen Hopson who is deaf from birth and a pilot and a professional speaker talks about a life changing moment.
Also, catch Stephen's excellent blog at Adversity University (and isn't that a great name).
What if you could figure out what a workplace is like - before you even apply for a job there?
Revyr is a new website that just launched in beta - and Revyr lets you do just that. Employees can rate their workplaces and potential job candidates can then see what … Continue Reading ››
I previously wrote about my good friends on C4 and how they're helping Africa by letting people like you and me invest in small African businesses.
They are now moving into an open beta and are looking for more people to use the system. Won't you join me there?
I've been … Continue Reading ››
I'm enjoying a week's wonderful vacation in Greece. We're talking warm weather, lots of sights, great beaches and time with my family and wonderful girlfriend. Wooo-hoooo!
In the meantime, why not check out the happy links collection, where you can:
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