A 2-OZ. READ—101117

Here are five things I thought were worth sharing this week…

  • FREE HAIRCUTS & HOPE—Through his effort #DoSomethingForNothing, one man shows us how doing a little can go a long way…(continue reading).
  • THE VOCATIONAL ARTS—Mike Rowe has some interesting thoughts on how our society views vocational work, which includes how to reinvigorate a seemingly dying industry…(continue reading).
  • DECISIONS ARE POWER—The Farm Project feels we deserve to know where our food comes from, and I agree…(continue reading).
  • FALL INTO BOOKS—Independent book stores are alive and well, and through this bookstore trail you can discover some of them…(continue reading).
  • MOBILE MARIONETTES—Do you control your smart phone or does it control you?…(continue reading).

“We are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars.” – Oscar Wilde


About 2-oz. reads: This page is updated every Wednesday. However, I do not maintain an archive of past 2-oz. reads because I want to reflect the importance of living within a moment, to counter the mass archival nature of modern digital life. To learn more about the curator, please visit www.joeblend.com/about.