1.25.2010

ira glass storytelling





don't quit

12 comments:

Jeremiah said...

This is really great. I think it might just help me now and then too. Thanks.

The Wanderers' Daughter said...

Ira Glass and his stories are woven into my work days in such a familiar way that I feel a subterranean comfort every time I hear his voice.

furgonetaebro said...

Buenísimo!!!

Saro said...

This is so apt, and just what I need to hear right now. And Ira Glass? I'll never tire of his voice and stories. Thanks for sharing.

gi. said...

#3 - i so needed this today. thanks
... made me smile EAR to EAR!!!

radioisfree said...

i think i was ira glass before he became cool. had he grown up in a small town in texas, he too may have learned to express himself in more "locally" acceptable way. it just wasn't that popular to be wordy and demonstrative - particularly if you were a man. my dictum became "shut up and paint." thanks for posting. i love to hear glass's voice and stories.

louise and nivaldo de lima said...

That's really interesting. Thank you.

Drake Tungsten said...

So helpful and inspirational! I'm so glad you posted this (thanks).

stephanie said...

thank you, I needed this today.

Celine said...

this is amazing.
i adore Ira, and it is so good to finally see his face.
and it is so good to know that it also took him long to perfect his craft.
i won't quit.

K said...

A. I have a crush on Ira Glass

B. Is it quitting if you are just morphing your skills into something that suits you better?

Daniel-Halifax said...

wonderful. i feel this clip and his words there will not be forgotton.