Archive for January, 2010

How to live to be 100+

To find the path to long life and health, Dan Buettner and team study the world’s “Blue Zones,” communities whose elders live with vim and vigor to record-setting age.

At TEDxTC, he shares the 9 common diet and lifestyle habits that keep them spry past age 100.



I drift, half awake, half asleep. Moving through the city I recall but have never been to.

This film was made using a digital stills camera to create a stop motion animation.

From Vimeo

By mustardcuffins


Yabusame – Tim Ferriss hacks an ancient Japanese martial art in 5 days

This is a really cool lesson in what is possible.
If this video does not inspire you, nothing will.
Enjoy watching Tim Ferriss have fun doing what makes him the most excited.

Update: This is the first time this video has been online. Enjoy it while you can.


Sneak Peek of New BBC Documentary ‘The Virtual Revolution’

On January 30th, the BBC will begin airing a multi-part documentary about the internet and how it has changed the way people interact and communicate and how it’s continual expansion is changing the lives of people today..

It looks really interesting.

I’m looking forward to this series going on air.


It Might Get Loud

The passion for music oozzes out of the documentary.


The Harmonica Man

A retired Scottish-born man should have died long ago. But after facing death on more than one occasion, he decided to share his secret to happiness … music.

“Music is a gift that you give away and you get to keep it forever.”


Sam Martin: The quirky world of “manspaces”

Author Sam Martin shares photos of a quirky world hobby that’s trending with the XY set: the “manspace.” (They’re custom-built hangouts where a man can claim a bit of his own territory to work, relax, be himself.)


The playful search for beauty

Eva Zeisel: The playful search for beauty in the world of ceramics.