It’s refreshing to find poetic moments between human animals and other species. In this case, I’m referring to Tama the cat‘s story. Read on and be prepared for a touching chapter in Japan’s recent history. https://embed.theguardian.com/embed/video/world/video/2015/jun/29/tama-the-cat-stationmaster-japan-video
Go outside, encounter people. Be drawn to art, document it. I recently met french photographer Renaud Ruhlmann and attended his solo photo exhibition Street (HE)art. Wanna meet him? To be continued…
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Mark Whitaker wants you to purchase his biography of Bill Cosby. As a biographer myself, I want you to purchase biographies galore, including those I write. But despite my book buying habit, I will refrain from owning Cosby: His Life and Times. Whitaker made a decision to exclude allegations from at…
I remember it, but I did not understand it at the time (I was 18). Highschool never ends.
How badass and cool Adam Silver turned out. Man, if only he could fine a lot of people, make them sell everything when their idiocy is made public. I also wonder about the loneliness of telemarketers, journalists and billionaires. I wonder how and if when our imaginary staring match with dad will end (dude, it`s… Read More I wonder, man
One of my most memorable interviews of 2013 was the 40 minutes or so I shared with Pamela Fox, a very approachable, funny and experienced engineer who visited Guatemala as part of a tech summit at Universidad Galileo. How do you perceive the state of Guatemala`s programming culture? It seems to be in very early… Read More A cure for loneliness: an interview with Pamela Fox