Small rooms or dwellings help the mind to concentrate itself; large rooms are a source of distraction.
Note that I skipped a whole tonne of Da Vinci’s longer notes, which can be summarised as: “painting is great, poetry is rubbish, music and sculpture are somewhere in between”.
So, today is (sort of) Leonardo Da Vinci’s birthday. I consider him to be a pioneer of the note content type (AKA somewhere between a tweet and a blog post, usually with no title). So, to celebrate his birthday, I’m going to be posting some of his (translated) notes from Thoughts on Art and Life.
The source text I’m using is the gutenberg txt translation.
Faviki.com looks like an interesting take on tagging — the advantage being that everyone shares the same tags, the problem being that everyone shares the same tags.
Got a fun little project planned for tomorrow to celebrate a certain someone's birthday.
14844 #steps today — a comforting return to form after a couple of days of forgetting to record/my pedometer not working for some reason.
New theory: ultimately, the enemy is always assumption.
#listening to “The Great Fishfinger Disaster” by Hanging Johnny. Mentally substituting “fiskibollur”, which I have just eaten for the first time.