Monthly Archives: July 2009

Eliminating the Space Between

A couple months ago, my friend Jake shared a video that fundamentally changed the way I viewed the world, or at least where it is going. (OK Carine, stop being dramatic). Although I am definitely susceptible to indulging in exaggeration

Eliminating the Space Between

A couple months ago, my friend Jake shared a video that fundamentally changed the way I viewed the world, or at least where it is going. (OK Carine, stop being dramatic). Although I am definitely susceptible to indulging in exaggeration

Convoluted Logic

I’ve always assumed humans know nothing about time. Unfortunately, I can’t seem to get myself to act accordingly.   Our egocentric world-view encourages us to believe  that time ages along a biological pathway, with birth and death constantly exchanging places in

Convoluted Logic

I’ve always assumed humans know nothing about time. Unfortunately, I can’t seem to get myself to act accordingly.   Our egocentric world-view encourages us to believe  that time ages along a biological pathway, with birth and death constantly exchanging places in

Stop Staring at the Screen

June. The month in which Bikini-clad youth frolic Across cyber-space. …What??…Exactly.   In June alone, Facebook users spent over 1 billion hours online. That is 4.5 hours per user. Granted, that is only ~ 9 minutes per day, but I

Stop Staring at the Screen

June. The month in which Bikini-clad youth frolic Across cyber-space. …What??…Exactly.   In June alone, Facebook users spent over 1 billion hours online. That is 4.5 hours per user. Granted, that is only ~ 9 minutes per day, but I

Proper Salutations

Living in the East Village, it is easy to never leave. Aside from weekday jaunts to and from the office, this once-humble enclave of apartments, hipsters, cats on leashes and community gardens has enough bars, restaurants and other consumptive centers

Proper Salutations

Living in the East Village, it is easy to never leave. Aside from weekday jaunts to and from the office, this once-humble enclave of apartments, hipsters, cats on leashes and community gardens has enough bars, restaurants and other consumptive centers