Bloody Do-Gooder Roundup
Post #1403 • October 13, 2009, 11:18 AM • 38 Comments
"The greatest cartoonists ever have really been very mediocre artists. Charles Schulz was always quick to admit that his skills in artistry were limited at best. And in his case it served the strip perfectly. If 'Peanuts' had been drawn with the artistry of 'Pogo' and a Disney animator, it wouldn't have worked." Berke Breathed, who has a new book out.
I knew it: "Juggling boosts the connections between different parts of the brain by tweaking the architecture of the brain's 'white matter' – a finding that could lead to new therapies for people with brain injuries." via
Department of Skills: Juggling. It's what your white matter craves.