Too accurate.

Too accurate.

From the February issue of the New Yorker.

From the February issue of the New Yorker.

This is great. I can’t decide which breaking news story I should root for…maybe, “Wait Wait, Don’t Objectify Me.”

This is great. I can’t decide which breaking news story I should root for…maybe, “Wait Wait, Don’t Objectify Me.”

katykelley:

zhubi:

TRUTH

Love me some snail-mail

katykelley:

zhubi:

TRUTH

Love me some snail-mail

austinkleon:

“Dear Mom and Dad: Thanks for the happy childhood. You’ve destroyed any chance I had of becoming a writer.” (New Yorker cartoon by Alex Gregory.)
Was reminded of this cartoon when I read this post:
A few weeks ago, a woman asked me for advice about her teenage daughter. “She wants to be a writer,” the mother said. “What should we be doing?”
My first response would’ve been, “Have you tried talking her out of it?”

austinkleon:

“Dear Mom and Dad: Thanks for the happy childhood. You’ve destroyed any chance I had of becoming a writer.” (New Yorker cartoon by Alex Gregory.)

Was reminded of this cartoon when I read this post:

A few weeks ago, a woman asked me for advice about her teenage daughter. “She wants to be a writer,” the mother said. “What should we be doing?”

My first response would’ve been, “Have you tried talking her out of it?

"Guessing what the client wants is part of the creative process."
Succinct and so true. One of the many reasons why working at an agency always keeps you on your toes.

"Guessing what the client wants is part of the creative process."

Succinct and so true. One of the many reasons why working at an agency always keeps you on your toes.