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Dailies for 09.30.2010

100 Years From Now – Joon In Oh

Dana @ 5:48 PM | Filed under: General

Name:

Joo In Oh

Age:

43 years old

Occupation:

Nail Salon Owner

Where are you from:

Korea

Where do you live:

Rego Park, Queens (New York)

100 Years from now what do you want to be remembered for:

I hope my business is still around 100 years from now. I hope that the people that work in the salon think that they have a good job. I hope that people remember me as a good daughter, a good wife and a good mommy. I hope so…In 100 years I hope everybody is friendly. No more fighting. No more war. No more terror. I hope so…I am near the Twin Towers. I was here September 11, 2001. It was so terrible. I was so sad at that time. I remember…I hope that the world will be very peaceful in 100 years.

The 100 Years Project

Dana @ 5:34 PM | Filed under: General

The 100 Years Project

For the last few years I have been fortunate enough to have interviewed some very interesting and incredible people who I have regularly showcased in the Inspiring People section of Dana Delivered. One of my favorite moments of each interview is the last question that I ask each and every Inspiring Person:

100 years from now what do you want to be remembered for?

Often the initial reaction to the question is as fascinating as the answer. To observe each person grapple with issues related to mortality, productivity, the meaning (or meaninglessness) of life as they endeavor to arrive at an answer that somehow reflects something of who they are and what they stand for, has piqued my curiosity to discover what anyone, anywhere might have to say when asked that very question:

100 years from now what do you want to be remembered for?

Join me everyday for the next 365 days as I ask the question, get an answer and capture the images of all kinds of people doing all kinds of things. Visit Dana’s Dailies on DanaRoc.com everyday, “friend request” me on Facebook or follow me, @Danaroc on Twitter.

How will you be remembered someday? What is it that you will have said or done or built or mastered that people will still be talking about decades and decades from now, long after you are gone and what if anything are you doing about that right now?

The 100 Years Project is ultimately an attempt in 3 phases to leave a record behind of this particular and unique period of time at the beginning of the 21st century.

Welcome to Phase 1…

Dailies for 09.29.2010

100 Years From Now – Michael Rodriguez

Dana @ 9:42 PM | Filed under: General

Name:

Michael Rodriguez

Age:

40 years old

Occupation:

Doorman at the James Hotel in Soho, NYC

Where do you live:

New Jersey

100 Years from now what do you want to be remembered for:

I want to be remembered as the first Puerto Rican in my family to actually buy a house and start a family

Dailies for 09.28.2010

100 Years From Now – Daisy Mason

Dana @ 5:54 PM | Filed under: General

Name:

Daisy Mason

Age:

24 years old

Occupation:

Opera Singer and Waitress

Where do you live:

New York City

100 Years from now what do you want to be remembered for:

I want to be remembered as someone who had the courage to follow my own dreams and intuition and who gave other people permission to do the same…

Dailies for 09.27.2010

100 Years From Now – John Pollack

Dana @ 7:41 PM | Filed under: General

Name:

John Pollack

Age:

44 years old

Occupation:

Writer

Where are you from:

Michigan

Where do you live:

West Village, NYC

100 Years from now what do you want to be remembered for:

I hope that 100 years from now someone, on a rainy day, pulls a copy of my book Cork Boat off the shelf and reads it right then and there and finds this forgotten story of a boat journey inspiring and as a result, decides that they can do anything they want to do…

Dailies for 09.26.2010

100 Years From Now – Laura

Dana @ 7:50 PM | Filed under: General

Name:

Laura

Age :

21 Years Old

Occupation:

I am an assistant to a make-up artist and I go to The Fashion Institute of Technology for fragrance and cosmetics marketing

Where do you live:

I live in Williamsburg, Brooklyn

100 Years from now what do you want to be remembered for:

I want to be remembered for the work that I do in the beauty industry for either marketing or as a make-up artist

Dailies for 09.25.2010

100 Years From Now – Christian Davis

Dana @ 11:51 PM | Filed under: General

Name:

Christian Davis

Age:

27 years old

Occupation:

Currently I am working in retail at a not-for-profit and I am aspiring to be a musciian, artist and renaissance man

Where do you live:

Sunset Park in Brooklyn

100 Years from now what do you want to be remembered for:

Mostly spreading positivity through music and giving good energy to the world that will hopefully enable a change for future generations

What are you doing about that right now:

Continuously making more music and on a daily basis spreading good energy to anybody that crosses my path

The 100 Years Project

Dana @ 11:39 PM | Filed under: General

The 100 Years Project

For the last few years I have been fortunate enough to have interviewed some very interesting and incredible people who I have regularly showcased in the Inspiring People section of Dana Delivered. One of my favorite moments of each interview is the last question that I ask each and every Inspiring Person:

100 years from now what do you want to be remembered for?

Often the initial reaction to the question is as fascinating as the answer. To observe each person grapple with issues related to mortality, productivity, the meaning (or meaninglessness) of life as they endeavor to arrive at an answer that somehow reflects something of who they are and what they stand for, has piqued my curiosity to discover what anyone, anywhere might have to say when asked that very question:

100 years from now what do you want to be remembered for?

Join me everyday for the next 365 days as I ask the question, get an answer and capture the images of all kinds of people doing all kinds of things. Visit Dana’s Dailies on DanaRoc.com everyday, “friend request” me on Facebook or follow me, @Danaroc on Twitter.

How will you be remembered someday? What is it that you will have said or done or built or mastered that people will still be talking about decades and decades from now, long after you are gone and what if anything are you doing about that right now?

The 100 Years Project is ultimately an attempt in 3 phases to leave a record behind of this particular and unique period of time at the beginning of the 21st century.

Welcome to Phase 1…

Dailies for 09.24.2010

100 Years From Now – Kim Kadish

Dana @ 7:48 PM | Filed under: General


Name:

Kim Kadish

Age:

32 years old

Occupation:

Jewelry Designer

Where do you live:

I am from Queens, New York and I live in the East Village

100 Years from now what do you want to be remembered for:

I want to be remembered as being part of a movement that changed the way that women and men relate to jewelry – as another way to express themselves, their identities, their political views and their social views.

I think that people can exhibit what is on their mind through the jewelry that they wear.

I’d like to be remembered as:

“That New York art jeweler who made beautiful pieces of jewelry that expressed the times and captured a bit of history”.

Dailies for 09.23.2010

100 Years From Now – Tariq Haq

Dana @ 9:36 PM | Filed under: General

Name:

Tariq Haq

Age:

44 years old

Occupation:

I am a restaurant owner

Where do you live:

Brooklyn

100 Years from now what do you want to be remembered for?

Honestly? Depending on my mood right now? I guess I would rather not be remembered. I would rather be appreciated now and let someone else have the next century. But that might change tomorrow after I’ve had time to think about the question a little longer…

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