The Work of My Life: December 2021 Report | At their core, the Eameses were content creators that were well ahead of their time.
"Felt. Enjoyed. Remarkable." Great words to aspire to as a writer, not just a furniture maker.
% increases shown above with no baseline cited = essentially meaningless = example of non-scientific analysis you quite rightly criticize!
Great writing ... well researched, down to earth
hope your research will inspire us to some big wins so we can afford those comfy chairs
One of the most enjoyable reads in the investing community. Articulate, informative, with a dash of humor
I only subscribed because I wanted one of those chicken mugs... 901 indeed.
Love your writing too though ...
Bloomberg = Fake News vs Doomberg = Real News very Truthy
As a small business advisor and now an old retired “elder” I ask people “What is your definition of success?” I have received many different answers depending on where in the world one is living. I value quality of life and that can be very fluid and flexible as we move through the various phases of our life. I truly appreciate your outlook on this new evolving world and how we are to adapt. I love your community. Thank you.
Not such fan of Eames. That's what you call a recency bias. There was so much better design in like the 18th C. Ever seen a Chippendale 18C desk?
Love Love Love Doomberg. Worth more to me than an Eames chair. But free. (For now?)
Thank you for sharing that wonderful lounge chair. I aspire to own one sometime this decade. Looks like they last forever too
When we moved from California to Florida the one piece of furniture that came with us was our Eames lounge chair.
Doomberg is another example of the marketplace voting out the legacy media. This is social media starting to circle back on itself. Love it!
Doomberg hooked me after reading just one of their pieces. Like the Eameses chair, it was just comfortable and a great intellectual fit.
The 'secret'? It's intelligent writing with a dollop of humor added. Simple.
Saw the Eames’ film “Powers of Ten” years ago on a school trip to Brookhaven National Labs. Was so blown away I snuck away from the group and went back and watched it several more times.