Let’s Stop Squeezing the Lemon

Sour Lemon poster by Bangkok Showcase, 2012.

How many of you have had that enlightened moment of clarity after an intense session of tennis or a sweaty run up the local hillside rather than in a stuffy meeting room?

“Idleness is not just a vacation, an indulgence or a vice; it is as indispensable to the brain as vitamin D is to the body” essayist Tim Kreider wrote in The New York Times.

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#Digital thinker and doer since '94. Have fought for the Sith and the Rebellion. Currently the CXO of Stage11, busy Reimagining Music for the Metaverse.

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#Digital thinker and doer since '94. Have fought for the Sith and the Rebellion. Currently the CXO of Stage11, busy Reimagining Music for the Metaverse.

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