A List Apart: Findings from the Survey for People... →
So then how have irony, irreverence, and rebellion come to be not liberating but...– David Foster Wallace (from E Unibus Pluram: Television and U.S. Fiction)
Web Typography for the Lonely →
Did I hire you to be bound by what’s possible?– (via clientsfromhell)
Getting Started as a Social Entrepreneur -... →
In a rare astronomical convergence, two massive celestial bodies will pass...– Obama, Bieber Visits to Turn NYC Into Gridlocked Hellhole
Resort 2012: Alexander McQueen
hautelikecouture: Resort 2012: Alexander McQueen As with every McQueen collection, words simply don’t do it justice. You need to see it all It’s structured, it’s beautiful, it’s wearable. My favorite pieces, but I love this whole collection.
Vacation rentals, private rooms, sublets by the... →
Note to self: use this site.
things i love (so far) about my new apartment
Miss me? Internet has finally blessed this newborn household. Without further ado: 5 minute walk to the subway (to NYC) 15-20 minute commute to work I can order online from the local Chinese place (no more pretending I speak Chinese or delivery guys asking me “where I’m from”) Three cute boutiques Taqueria around the corner with the best Mexican food I’ve had in the...
inspiration boards →
Besides turntable.fm, my other new favorite startup is Pinterest. I’ve been having a lot of fun posting to my inspiration boards. It’s like Tumblr archives but better. Also works kinda like Tumblr but only images. Check it out (and follow me if you wish).
Politics and prostitution have to be the only jobs where inexperience is...– Tina Fey, Bossypants (via bethcunningham)
Likely Sexts from BarackObama.com
vanityfair: Dig deep, Juli Something happened Tap I’ve already watched this three times What we did together You’ll like this one Too hard, too risky? [read more] Hahahahaha.
wordjournal: noun • a boat that has purposely sailed away, for love, adventure, or suicide tagavaka is a word from the tokelauan lanugauge. this article from gentlemen’s quarterly magazine explains: Some-times boats are blown off course; there’s even a Tokelauan word for this: lelea. It’s theorized that the very existence of people on the island—it has been inhabited for a thousand years—is...