Dr. Tariq Ramadan at Northrop Frye Hall for the Contemporary Applied Ethics lecture on March 13th, 2013.
My notes from his lecture can be found here.
Photo credit: Ali Saeed
This is where all my money goes. Books and cheese.
A glimpse into my mom’s library at home in Jeddah. I remember making a database for her books. Can’t remember the exact number, but there were several thousands of them. I owe my love of books (and a bajillion other things) to her.
A great responsive grid site.
Works Medical • http://www.worksmedical.com/site/
My sister got me these beauties from Lahore for my graduation. If there’s anything I love more than baking, it’s #shoes.
If you were to ask me about blog suggestions, I would likely list the following in somewhat the same order as the blogs I like/reblog the most:
#1 Humans of New York & Josh
#2 UX Rave
#3 Chris Hadfield
#4 WTF Mobile
#5 Food 52
#6 Inspire My Web
#8 Bijan Sabet
Stories in Photography, Arabic, User Experience Design, and Basketball. Pretty much sums me up.
Respond to their racism with your brotherhood and their arrogance with your passion. — Imam Zaid Shakir
That’s just adorable.
“Every country is good for different reasons. They are like different fruits. But Egypt is my favorite. Egypt is like a mango.”
New York white youth were killing victims; that was a “sociological” problem. But when black youth killed somebody, the power structure was looking to hang somebody. — Malcolm X