1. this sign greets me at the tube station — 2. hulu doesn’t work here. 3. british television is ever at the ready with documentaries about the world wars, reruns of questionable cbs sitcoms, programs about walking, and an incessant … Continue reading
There’s little I can say that hasn’t already been said about the film “The Artist.” Prior to seeing it, I had read very little about it and had read almost none of the available reviews — just a feeling I … Continue reading
weather: cloudy with a threat of rain alertness: on the precipice of emerging out of jetlaggy haze agenda: hang out, eat well, be amused, and learn new tricks yesterday was spent largely in the company of my aunt and uncle … Continue reading
jet lag is a strange thing. your body fights it, tries to trick its power, and ultimately falls hard under its spell. the result: walking zombies. in this zombie-like state, attempting to ward off Jette Lag — likened in my … Continue reading
the site is called “bookshelf porn” and i blame t’s always-entertaining away messages on her gchat profile for providing curious and stimulating fodder. from the website’s description “…bookshelf photos from around the world for people who *heart* bookshelves.” and two … Continue reading
woody guthrie‘s new year’s resolutions (via @boingboing) i especially love the sketches made to emphasize the resolutions — see for example next to #31, the outstretched hug and kiss (Smack!) to the world on the bottom right. and #15 — … Continue reading
just one of several (of millions) photos that tell the story of this past year — as documented in buzzfeed’s 45 most powerful images of 2011. — as other collections of images come past my inbox or twitter feed, i’ll … Continue reading
But apparently she’ll just find another campus to go to. Attending a symposium on media, theory, and production that flashed up on my twitter feed a week ago. I flagged it, rsvp’d, still wasn’t sure I was going to attend. … Continue reading
goals are good. so are moments of reflection, readjustment, repose. the last 72 hours contained particularly choice moments including: – a dialogue bordering on debate in french class about the pros and cons of different educational systems — specifically between … Continue reading
a few snaps taken during autumn walks through philly. im posting them even though i should just hang it up after checking out whatipic‘s site — wow.
lake champlain, scene from a train, a photo by sabonseine on Flickr.
A longer note about my adventures in Montreal is incubating, but in the meantime I thought I would post this snapshot, taken with my trusty iPad, that neatly sums up the theme of this, my third visit to the city … Continue reading