A sock and a smile
Check it. Remember Stefan Sagmeister? (He and) His MFA design class just did this other cool thing - The question: “Can design touch the heart of strangers?” The answer: Yes. Two of his students, Bruno Zalum and Camille McMorrow came up with this. The above was distributed to patrons of New York City laundromats. The idea being a washing machine named Gene who is an...
I hate it. Probably more than any other food I have yet to come into contact with. It ruins everything it touches. And I’m not sure if you are aware, but in the south - chop an ingredient up, salt it heavily and throw some mayonnaise in it and it is a “salad” (see here and here) making my aversion generally not understood or appreciated. Now before you think I would waste your...
I love the night sky. I also love red wine. And while taking an Astronomy class in college turned out to be a horribly misguided decision, I don’t think getting my hands on this would be: and/or these: One of my old roommates comes to town tomorrow, and given our past history of wine drinking, maybe we will try one (or more) out and report back. Stay tuned. Also you should check...
The Malcolm Gladwell Book Generator
New favorite website. Because I love Malcolm Gladwell and Clarissa almost equally. Also, this: And I’m sorry I’m not sorry for not wanting to fix the white background on white background issue right now…
I would like a reason to give this card
other than arson. Although I have to say I’m pretty surprised I haven’t had one yet. Found here.
In which I write lovely things about my mother
I lose things all the time. Maybe “lose” isn’t the right word. I misplace them. Very rarely since the GameBoy debacle of 1992 has something gone completely missing. But I really am not exaggerating when I say I am a “tornado disguised as a girl,” constantly surrounded by a swirl of unorganized belongings. Over the past 18 months (otherwise known as the perfect storm...