piccole cose

Small significant things in everyday life by Giovanni, webdesigner and almost anthropologist on the Alps in Paris on the Alps in Versailles in Paris western suburbs (changed home often, lately).

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A tribute to ROGER EBERT

These are holy words :

To make ourselves unhappy is where all crime start.
We must try to contribute joy to the world.

“Remove the unnecessary embellishments and keep stripping until you’ve almost gone too far. We believe that elegant interfaces are ones that have the most impact with the fewest elements.”

LayerVault Blog: The Flat Design Era 

“The smallest deed is better than the greatest intention”

John Burroughs

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“When in doubt, minimize”

Ken Segall - Insanely Simple (via gregmelander)

"The pleasure of simple things" ovvero "Il piacere delle piccole cose". Inno all’ordinario.

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Ah Ludwig!
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Ah Ludwig!

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No longer sXe (love having a glass of red french wine during meals) but these values burn inside me.

I’m still hoping that one day we will break down any wall dividing peoples, hearts or minds.

(youth of today - break down the walls, live at Revelation Records 25th Anniversary, june 09th 2012)

“True heroism is minutes, hours, weeks, year upon year of the quiet, precise, judicious exercise of probity and care—with no one there to see or cheer. This is the world.”

David Foster Wallace in The Pale King (via explore-blog)

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“Once we’ve thrown off our habitual paths, we think all is lost; but it’s only here that the new and the good begins.”

Leo Tolstoy, quoted in F. S. Michael’s excellent Monoculture: How One Story is Changing Everything. (via explore-blog)

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