Top 11 of 2011

Just a couple of days ago, I was at a lavish, extravagant engagement party which rivaled most weddings I had been to. Besides making jokes about being surrounded by the 1%, I realized at one point that the world is filled with people like this. People who care only about superficial things, and all . . . → Read More: Top 11 of 2011

Linked-out Interweb Readings for the Curious and Bored

As I scroll through Facebook/Twitter I am reminded how interesting the world is when you’re curious about everything. I feel like we’re at a time where apathy is being phased out by curiosity and it’s beautiful.

Interested in making online videos? Ever tried it and wondered why you don’t get a million hits like the . . . → Read More: Linked-out Interweb Readings for the Curious and Bored

Rally to Restore Sanity – Location Revealed

One of the most important and radical events in our cultural history finally has a location.

Or you know, a very reasonable and justified, let’s say, shindig (really?) is now slated to take place somewhere, sort of in front of the U.S. Capitol.

Jon Stewart revealed his place yesterday as well as his designated charity of choice for . . . → Read More: Rally to Restore Sanity – Location Revealed

Top 9 of ’09

Did you know that in Dhaka (Bangladesh) the New Year came twice. Once the clock struck midnight we had to roll them back for an hour and wait for the new year again. It was kind of wonderful, as impatient as I was for the new beginnings of 2010. I had a lot . . . → Read More: Top 9 of ’09