Someone stole my laptop charger yesterday. In an unusual twist of dramatic ambience, I was literally powerless. What an apt metaphor for my first three weeks in New York. I’ve […]
“It was a slide. The biggest slide I had ever known. It towered above the ground, above my three-, five-, six-year-old self like a mountain. T’he slide was wide — […]
Reblogged from whrthsdwlknds: A friend of mine put together an awesome post on various Google search auto-completes. Philosophical, existential, sad, and beautiful.
For those of you just tuning in, I recently wrapped up a year-long trip around the world. It was a very intellectually adventurous period: being outside the boundaries of the […]
Hey everyone, After a bit of reflection I’ve decided to put the “This Week in Links” feature on pause for a while. It was starting to appear that a weekly […]
People always say you learn more from your failures than your successes. But they never say why, which I always found vaguely disappointing. It just supposed to “feel” truthful, right, […]
And, here we are. http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/special/national/black-budget/ A beautiful interactive Washington Post feature explaining the USA’s secretive “Black Budget” for military intelligence programs. Part of the Snowden revelations, this information is worth […]
A little bit about Syria, a lot about my breakneck quest to find myself a paid research position. Guess what’s what! http://www.copyblogger.com/ogilvy-secret-weapon/ An article introducing a video featuring advertising godfather […]