(Video) Abstract: The Art of Design Best invested binge-watching ever

According to Wikipedia:

Binge-watching, also called binge-viewing or marathon-viewing, is the practice of watching television for a long time span, usually a single television show.

It’s Saturday. Sometimes you are simply out of fuel and the only gas station is your couch. So if there is no help for you and you need to spend all day (binge-)watching TV, here is my proposition to not feel guilty about wasted time tomorrow:

Abstract: The Art of Design

It’s always great to see inspiring people. True passion, devotion, purpose, creativity – this is what Abstract is about.

My favorite episode: Tinker Hatfield, the man behind Nike Air Max and Air Jordan.
But to be completely honest, all others are equally good. You won’t regret watching any of them!

(Book) Walt Disney

I’ve just finished another great biography: Walt Disney: An American Original.

The book about a great dreamer, creator of Mickey Mouse and Disneyland. This is American story about a poor kid living on the farm who became a millionaire, but who never measured his wealth by the amount of collected money. For Walt Disney money was just a tool to accomplish his master plan – to entertain people.

Disney dedicated his life to do it. And there was always something else to do to make the world better. Disney movie production, Disneyland, Disney World and never finished the prototype of the city of tomorrow: EPCOT. He was realizing his plan by the last days of his life.

Walt wasn’t cryonically frozen as the biggest urban legend about him tells us. He’s not coming back. But his legacy will live with us for the centuries, for sure!