10 Creations Worth Recommending This Week

There’s a lot of great stuff being created these days. Here’s some of the best of it.

1. Walter Isaacson Tells The Story Of Einstein’s Creativity

In this episode of the Aspen Ideas To Go podcast, Einstein’s biographer shares the fascinating story of how Einstein grew up and approached his life.

2. Brockmire

A new comedy series on IFC, Brockmire is like a mashup of Eastbound & Down and Harry Caray.

3. The Tao of Bill Murray

This book is nothing but a collection of stories about people’s interactions with Bill Murray, but those interactions are pretty incredible.

4. Pmarca’s Likes

Netscape creator Marc Andreesen was one of the best people to follow on Twitter because he’s an incredible curator of interesting stuff. But then, he stopped tweeting. This Twitter account automatically tweets out anything he favorites these days, which essentially serves the same purpose.

5. Tunefind

Trying to figure out what amazing song you just heard in a TV show or movie? This site has all the answers.

6. “Dennis Rodman” by mansionz

I dare you to listen to this song and not get it stuck in your head for the rest of the day.

7. PhilosophersNotes

This site features summaries of 400+ books about optimal living.

8. Mitch Joel’s Interview With Mark Schaeffer About Personal Branding

On this episode of the excellent Six Pixels of Separation podcast, they discuss what it means to build a valuable personal platform for yourself and how to do so.

9. “A Change Is Gonna Come” by St. Paul & The Broken Bones

A great live cover of a great classic soul song by a great new(ish) band.

10. You Are A Badass

I haven’t read this one, but this book about “how to stop doubting your greatness and start living an awesome life” was recommended in our For The Interested Facebook group.

You can see more recommendations from group members here.