Bookshelf: What We’re Reading

For our second installment collecting all that surrounds us in the wonderful world of books:

Typo Latino is a compendium of type by Latin authors, including insight into their creation process and suggested use. Moving over to Berlin, Freunde Von Freunden: Berlin is a tome celebrating Berlin creatives and their living spaces. And NYTimes writer Charles Duhigg writes about the science of habit in our lives, workplaces, and communities in his new book. Finally, we came across this wonderful “Booklovers Map of America Showing Certain Landmarks of Literary Geography.”

What are you thinking?

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Be Inspired

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How to Work Better

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Do one thing at a time. Know the problem. Learn to listen. Learn to ask questions. Distinguish sense from nonsense. Accept change as inevitable. Admit mistakes. Say it simple. Be calm.

Smile.

(Made large by Public Art Fund. From the exhibit Peter Fischli David Weiss: How to Work Better. Organized by Nancy Spector. On view until April 27th at the Guggenheim. Image: Copy of Jack Kerouac’s Typewriter.)

 

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