I realized I never posted pictures of Burning Man this year. I’ll have to do that. But for now, here’s a particularly vibrant picture of the art department managers having a champagne toast at dusk.
Since I’m just coming off my Burning Man high, I thought I’d share some pics of all the great loot I brought back from the playa. The most ever! I guess when you work harder than you ever had, people appreciate you more and you get presents. Remember Burning Man operates as a gift economy.
Burning Man: Aug. 30, 1998 Google’s first doodle was a spur of the moment idea by Google founders, Larry Page and Sergey Brin. Today, Google logo doodles, which can be anything from a quick reaction to a news item to the anniversary of a scientific discovery, are so popular that the company hears from hundreds
Burning Man operates as a gift economy. There’s no bartering, there’s no trading. You give, you get, you gift. Simple. But Burning Man is not free. In fact, it’s damn expensive which makes complete sense. The money it costs to put the infrastructure in place would blow your mind—the fees to the Bureau of Land
After 9 years of attending Burning Man, I have a pretty good sense of how you should prepare. Here is the most important thing. Read this carefully. The most important thing is that you arrive in Black Rock City safely, you leave safely, and you arrive home intact. That is true wisdom right there. PLEASE