Category Archives: culture

A year in Seattle

So it’s been about a year since I moved to Seattle from the bay area. (FYI, I am and always will be from Philadelphia, I lived in the bay area for five years.) Now that I’ve spent some time here, … Continue reading

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Bay Area dot coms

So today I spent the afternoon driving around Mountain View. After going to the Computer History Museum (which was awesome mind you) I stopped by Google, Apple and Facebook world headquarters. Food for thought, all of the campuses were non-descript. … Continue reading

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f my life…

I’ve found a new pass time. http://www.fmylife.com/ “Today, my friend drove me me to catch the 8 pm train. Running late, we screeched into the parking lot at 7:57, stopped the car in a ‘no stop’ zone. I said goodbye … Continue reading

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The death of physical media

It was odd today. I ran into a friend who just purchased a collection of CDs from a record store and I was kind of taken back. I mean, not that she bought CDs, but that you still could. I … Continue reading

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om nom nom nom nom….

Over the past few days I’ve run across of few random blog entries with the words “om nom nom nom”. So today I was like “ok, WTF am I missing out on here.” So I do a google so search … Continue reading

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Please, no more fucking social networking sites

Nope, I don’t care if all you’re best photos are on the site. No, I don’t care to try the latest facebook application. I get enough spam already. I get enough calls from recruiters already. I really don’t care to … Continue reading

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The next slum: slumburbia

For 60 years, Americans have pushed steadily into the suburbs, transforming the landscape and (until recently) leaving cities behind. But today the pendulum is swinging back toward urban living, and there are many reasons to believe this swing will continue. … Continue reading

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