[I'm from republic of Georgia, I've been living in U.S. for almost 6 years now... I'm an undergraduate... political science major, philosophy minor... last quarter in fact, almost done with this... further plans are somewhat vague and only have a broad shape in my mind, I want to go to a law school, but I haven't thought about where, and for what kind of law... hm... I've studied abroad in Paris, France for a semester last year, I speak a little bit of french, but not as good to put it in the 'languages' column here. And that's all for the bio... can't think of anything else to say]-when was this?... 2009, Well isn't it interesting how life changes...
An idea worth spreading
If you look around the world you revolve in, there are a lot plain "gray" surfaces dotted all around the place... Most new designs of everything in our everyday life are what Billy Connolly refers to as "beige"; mass produced, cost effective, boring... nothing unique, no individuality outside one, maybe, provided/sold by the 'multinational' whoever... why not liven things up a bit? Give things we use everyday some personality, color, "zest", make your eyes happy...
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anything interesting... and everything can be interesting
My TED story
I just saw a talk, maybe a year ago, and I liked the talk and the website... but then life took the upper hand, and I haven't inquired into this much more, and then a couple months ago a friend posted another talk on facebook, and I got back into it... not much of a story...