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The hardest part of gift giving is figuring out what to give, particularly when the recipient is a cooler-than-you, liberal arts hipster who shops at second hand stores and rolls their own cigarettes. It’s intimidating, but stay strong and read on!
Video killed the radio star. And now the video, though still very much alive, is perhaps going through its experimental teenage phase.
Being multiracial is sometimes frustrating. I feel proud of all my nationalities, and all the traditions that come with each. But I know I’m not really Chinese, nor am I really German. I guess that makes me “Enhanced American.”
Many don’t realize that the late 20th century modernist architecture of the 1950s and 1960s was made popular by one man’s photographs. “Visual Acoustics: The Modernism of Julius Shulman” is a documentary about legendary architecture photographer Julius Shulman and his influence on art and architecture.
This post is part of a TNGG series on Cities. Living in Boston has taught me many things. I know where to get the best burritos and authentic Indian food, how to ride my bicycle with traffic and not be … Continued
On a cold, dark Tuesday night, alone in my room, I wrote a short note saying goodbye to my friends, my followers, and the world. Starting Wednesday I would abandon updates, forget Facebook, turn away from Tumblr—I was quitting social … Continued
Society is slowly embracing the idea of a paperless world. For me, that notion also includes paper money. While cash has its merits, my debit card is my best friend. I’m not alone, either. A survey by Fiserv showed that … Continued