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Leonard Nimoy: Millennial Renaissance ManLeonard Nimoy: Millennial Renaissance Man by techgnotic
Millennial Renaissance Man ACTOR, DIRECTOR, POET, PHOTOGRAPHER LEONARD NIMOY PASSES INTO ETERNITY
SPOCK by Henry Fong
In a business of massive ego and terrible behavior directed at slicing and dicing their competition, Leonard Nimoy was known as a total gentleman, a class act all the way and a consummate professional at every turn.
For several generations around the globe he will be forever “Mr. Spock,” the half-human, half-Vulcan first office
There's a lot to go through, but if you're up for it there is an interview I did for Orbital Comics in London that you can listen to here;|
And an interview I did for Comics Bulletin here;
There's an older online Newsarama interview here;
Current Residence: In the belly of the beast.
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Favourite genre of music: Soundtracks
Favourite photographer: Ansel Adams, Andrew Goldsworthy
Favourite style of art: Good
Operating System: OSX
MP3 player of choice: iPhone
Shell of choice: Turtle
Wallpaper of choice: Paisley
Skin of choice: Intact
Favourite cartoon character: Totoro
Personal Quote: Is it supposed to look like that?
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For some, that’s Tea Time.
“Tea Time” has been part of my routine since I was a child. As soon as I came home from school, my mother would stop what she was doing and she would make me a cup of tea. This was usually consumed with several biscuits (cookies) while I debriefed my mom on my day. Afterwards I would watch a little TV before starting my homework.
Going to college didn’t change the routine that much, as tea and ideas were shared with fellow students, usually around 4pm, the same time I used to have tea with my mom.
As I type this it is just after 4 and a cup of tea sits by my side. The making of a cup of tea entails a certain ritual, reinforced with science, and cannot be hurried. The most important factor is the first, the proper ritual, and is why you cannot get a decent cup of tea from a diner in America.
Step 2: The cup MUST be preheated before adding the tea and water. I usually use a cup full of boiling water out of the kettle and leave the heat on low underneath the kettle while the cup gets good and hot.
Step 4: Add Milk and/or Sugar as desired. Many black, herbal and leaf teas are refreshing without adding either. It is also important to not add milk until the tea is at your desired strength. The milk will immediately lower the temperature of the water and prevent the tea from brewing efficiently. Leaving the teabag in too long can result in the tea stewing. This can make the tea taste bitter.
1/ What routines or rituals do you have during the day that help you stay organized and sane?
2/ Do the processes and routines you employ to produce your art transfer over in any practical way to other parts of your life?