Month: May 2011

Trust Yourself (#Trust30) Writing Challenge

Trust Yourself (#Trust30) Writing Challenge

It is easy in the world to live after the world’s opinion; it is easy in solitude to live after our own; but the great man is he who in the midst of the crowd keeps with perfect sweetness the independence of solitude. – Ralph Waldo Emerson Today, we’re kicking off #Trust30, an online initiative…

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Why is there elephant poop on my book? SOLD OUT!

Why is there elephant poop on my book? SOLD OUT!

Ralph Waldo Emerson loves handmade, innovative, earth-friendly products that create a social impact. He loves them so much he insisted we collaborate with Holstee to create something remarkable for the limited edition of Self-Reliance. So we did just that. The collectible edition of Self-Reliance comes with a custom book jacket and five inspiring greeting cards…

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Would Ralph Waldo Emerson wear wool?

Would Ralph Waldo Emerson wear wool?

Today, The Domino Project launches a contemporary re-imagining of Ralph Waldo Emerson’s most famous essay Self-Reliance. We’re thrilled to work with Ibex, a very cool outdoorwear company, to reintroduce you Ralph Waldo Emerson. In return, Emerson’s Self-Reliance is helping introduce Ibex to the world. Ibex is fast becoming an industry leader in the world of outdoor…

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Video Interview with Steven Pressfield

Video Interview with Steven Pressfield

Yesterday, we held a 30-minute private chat between our street team and Do the Work author Steven Pressfield. The interview contained so much great insight and knowledge that we decided to share it with you all now. Enjoy.      

Hashtags for books

Hashtags for books

This is a great idea. The notion of a persistent side conversation going on–one that you can participate in as you read a book–is compelling. We’re in. Starting soon, all our books will feature a hashtag in them, making it easy to coordinate the conversation among readers. For now: Poke The Box –>  #ptbDomino Do…

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