Monday, March 17, 2008

Auto-Fun of the Day:: 3-17-2008

quote: "When Sartre talks about responsibility, he's not talking about something abstract. He's not talking about the kind of self or souls that theologians would talk about. He's talking about you and me talking, making decisions, doing things, and taking the consequences. It might be true that there are six billion people in this world, and counting, but nevertheless --what you do makes a difference. It makes a difference, first of all, in material terms, to other people, and it sets an example. In short, I think the message here is that we should never write ourselves off or see each other as a victim of various forces. It's always our decision who we are." (Waking Life)
links: Magical Thinking (@Psychology Today), The L Word Season So Far (@Autostraddle), America is Anti-Intellectual? (@Philadelphia Inquirer), A Tale of Two SXSWs (@Boston Globe), How Photos Support Our Own Concepts of "Reality" (, The Only Western Journalist in Lhasa Reports From a City Gripped in Fear (@The Times) (do something).