“The sea gets deeper as you go further into it.” – Venetian proverb
 The Life and Times of A Remarkable Misfit @ Pursuit of Everything – It’s a short interesting book that I found by total randomness (it’s free and in pdf). It’s a bunch of essays about doing what matter in life, finding our purpose and being creative. The author, AJ Leon, has quit his job to travel the world and work on humanitarian projects.
 The 24 Books that Shaped Gabriel Garcia Marquez @ Brain Pickings – Gabriel Garcia Marquez died a year ago. If you don’t know him, he’s the author of One Hundred Years of Solitude and Love in Time of Cholera. It’s interesting to see his favorite books. from the likes of Ernest Hemingway, Alexandre Dumas, William Faulkner and Virginia Woolf.
 “Not a single one of us knows what the future holds. The unexpected happens even when we’ve got everything mapped out” – A great quote by Cheryl Strayed, the author of Wild. It’s true that we often try to anticipate everything that will happen. We make new years resolutions and we make long-term goals. We think that everything will go along our plan. But, a lot can change in a year. Life is full of surprises.
 Kill the Messenger @ Blu-Ray – That movie went under my radar. I didn’t even know the existence of it until last week. Based on the True story of Journalist Gary Webb. The film takes place in the mid 90s. Webb uncovered the CIA’s past role in importing huge amounts of cocaine into the U.S. that was sold in ghettos across the country to raise money for the Nicaraguan Contras rebel army. And then, he becomes the target of a vicious smear campaign that drives him to the point of suicide.
 9 Short Quotes That Changed My Life And Why @ Thought Catalog – An interesting piece by Ryan Holiday. One of my favorite quote of the article is by Heraclitus: “Dogs bark at what they cannot understand.” And here his Ryan explanation to it: “People don’t like change. They don’t like to be confused. It’s also a fact that doing new things means forcing change and confusion on other people. So, if you’re looking for an explanation for all the barking you’re hearing, there it is.” Ryan make the list almost each month, the reason? There is a lot of wisdom in what he writes.
 You should watch Ex-Machina @ Cinema – It’s already out in the United States, not yet in Canada (April 24th). It look like a great sci-fi movie. It’s the story of young programmer selected for an experiment in Artificial Intelligence. He must test the human qualities of beautiful female AI. It’s from Alex Garland, the writer of 28 Days Later and Dredd.
 Top 10 Fish Oil Supplements @ Labdoor – It’s tough to make the right decision when choosing supplements. When are never sure of the qualities of each of them. LabDoor did the job for us. They analyzed the 51 best-selling fish oil supplements in the United States. After the experiment, they classified the different products by “highest quality” and “best value”. The other great news? They did it for a bunch of other supplements like multivitamins and protein.
 Workflowing @ 5 by 5 podcast – I found a new podcast about productivity and efficiency. The hosts Mike Vardy and Michael Schechter have a weekly discussion (sometimes with a guest) about various subject like boosting your brain, resistance, the comfort zone, focus and a bunch of other stuff.
 Scotch Bucket list @ Cool Material – I’ll finish with some fun. This is a list of 15 bottles of Scotch you should try once in a lifetime. Some of them are affordable (between 50-100$), some are expensive and some are just…25 000$ (okay we’ll skip that one).