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A simple beautiful illustration of life by Ze Frank and company.
This is the first episode of A Show with Ze Frank that really made me grateful to see him doing it again. It was kind, tender, and taught me things I didn’t know.
The thing I didn’t know was about the work of Brené Brown, from whom Mr. Franks linked to two talks. (There’s a third on YouTube, but it’s video quality is low, and it largely overlaps with the other two.) Her work with shame, vulnerability, meaning, and “heartfulness” seems like it’s 80% of some very profound thing. (I can’t escape the feeling that she’s not fully completed a loop inside her own mind that would make it a complete profound thing.)
Ze Frank is back with a new show. It’s very nice to see, and so far I’d say I’ll remember it in five years as fondly as I recall The Show. I think this is the best episode he’s posted so far.
Short synopses of films someone saw a while ago and doesn’t remember well. It’s a cute idea, executed well, and has essentially no value beyond diversion. But still, 5 minutes of fun.
Ever since I watched this episode of “the show” over three years ago (wow) it’s stayed in the back of my mind. And since Firefox (or user error) busted my cycle of having 40+ tabs open persistently — some were from September — it’s been at the forefront. So whether you’ve seen it before or you haven’t go watch zefrank explain something that could change your life.
Though he’s not dramatic enough to say it, the case could undeniably be made.
Ze Frank recently put together a sweet song. A reminder that you’ll be fine.
UPDATE (4/28/10): After being unavailable for about a month, Mr. Frank has moved the song to a dedicated page. The title link reflects that change.
The always-interesting Ze Frank is collecting stories of when people realized their parents aren’t perfect. Those contributed so far are interesting, and a reminder that I don’t remember when that happened for me.