Category Archives: Writing and Literature
Wow, it’s been a while since I’ve posted here! The last few months have been busy both with work and with family, but I do have something new to share: today the Seattle Project website went live. The project is … Continue reading
Despite (or rather because of) being very good English speakers, I’ve noticed many Dutch people making the following mistakes: price versus prize: While both things are represented by the word prijs in Dutch, they have separate words in English. You … Continue reading
capitalism’s equivalent of a soldier of fortune I thought a solider of fortune was capitalism’s equivalent of soldier of fortune. via Baghdad Nights Glitter, Behind Shatterproof Glass – NYTimes.com.
Maybe if I find myself at some hip party in Williamsburg and someone asks me what I do, I’ll respond in an open ended and mysterious way that I am a ”code writer” or maybe even a “writer of code.” … Continue reading
I don’t always like writing, but I very much like having written. via William Gibson.
There’s a great article on the Tea Party movement and then a great criticism of the article.
Defend New Orleans is a fantastic blog devoted to New Orleans. Even though I’m not the hugest fan of the city, DNO’s passion for the city is infectious and gives a young, vital perspective on the city, one not rooted … Continue reading
Three years after I went to Iceland Airwaves for Stirred Up, our old designer Rasha went there to photograph it for Dazed & Confused: Making Airwaves. Cool! It made me dig out my old Airwaves photos and go through them. … Continue reading