I played volleyball and soccer today for the first time in four years (possibly even longer). My wrists are swollen and my feet ache terribly. And I absolutely love it.
Netflix CEO Reed Hastings Interview →
Success in the U.S. is often marked by the amount of money or the quantity of...– natkg: From NYU’s guide on Getting to Know Americans. (Update — link was taken down. Luckily, it was cached and the page in its entirety can be seen here.) “A priority on obtaining the latest version?” Yup, true. More fascinating, perhaps, is the source of this quote — NYU’s “Getting to Know...
michaelanixon: Content with me in it: Oscar edition. I’ll be a part of the live-blog on NYU Local tonight, for the curious and forewarned. I will not, as my avatar will mislead you, be wearing a bow-tie. Apologies in advance. Additionally, here’s the Oscar Best Picture recap video I helped to write (I showed up and was buoyed by the skill of the fantastic NYU Local team, if we’re honest). ...
The Flaming Lips new track, “Two Blobs...
Motorola Atrix, The Future of Mobile & Device...
I never thought I’d be writing something incredibly positive about Motorola, but here I am, writing about how amazing their newly announced Atrix Android-based smartphone is. If you don’t know what I’m talking about, check out Engadget’s hands-on from CES, have your mind blown, and come back (please come back!). To summarize, AT&T and Motorola are billing the Atrix...
2010 in Review, 2011 Resolutions
Looking back, 2010 was an utterly fantastic year for me. I wrote for NYU Local, met a ton of awesome people through it, while going to some fantastic parties and events – best decision I made during my college career, really. I spent six days in Singapore with some of my closest NYU friends, with the hotel, airfare, and most other expenses paid entirely by my school. I went on a week-long...
“The Noun Project” is an excellent idea, especially as the world keeps getting “smaller.” We need a universal set of symbols pretty much anybody can understand immediately.