4 in the morning

I love this talk from Rives: “The Museum of Four in the Morning” for at least four reasons…

Four “a.m.”s

  1. for a man who rises near four in the morning, it just makes sense
  2. for a model of a whimsical project spidering to all subject areas, it’s just beautiful
  3. for a mantra of unsolicited but glorious crowdsourced collaboration, it shows a paragon of connectedness
  4. for a melodious rhythm of syncopated playfulness from our first 2.0 poet, it’s inspiring communication

So somewhere along the line, I realized I have a hobby I didn’t know I wanted, and it is crowdsourced.