(Note: I started this post a day or a week ago.) I had grand plans for a grand post. But now it's late, the day has passed. Thinking vs. doing.
Photojournalist Lindsey Wasson took an awesome photo of a reunion. Yoshia Uomoto, 98, reacts as her son and niece surprise her with their first in-person visit in a year after visitation restrictions were lifted at Nikkei Manor, an assisted living facility primarily serving Japanese-American
If you like reading about food, I think you'll enjoy Iman Stevenson's article about Zac Posen and his uni spaghetti. It's a fun, well-written article. I didn't know anything about Zac Posen or uni. Now I know that he's an accomplished, creative designer who
I know I said I was done with Consuming Journalism. I've never claimed to not not be an unreliable narrator (untangle that...and then let me know what it means, because I'm not sure). I am very much interested in how we consume and
TB (friend, not the disease) is enabling my weakness for linked things. This was wonderful and genius. Stuck boat.
I made a good faith attempt to avoid linking to articles for a few days. I think I can risk a couple here. I've always liked Nicholas Kristof's work. I don't always agree with him, but I appreciate his work and perspective. (I think
A short, lazy post tonight that deserves a journal, walk around, chat over drinks post. I might come back to it. I hope I come back to it. But I'm ok right now with some quick writing. After all, I have Thanos-level rationalizing skills.
I can't remember how I found Daniel Milnor's website, but he's fun to follow. A self-described recovering photographer who's the creative evangelist for Blurb, which specializes in DIY photobooks. (I met Chuck on that site! Hi Chuck.) He recently profiled Shannon Johnstone's book and
Wow, Fareed Zakaria just summed up in a couple of minutes what I've been trying to argue - inarticulately - for years. (Dad, you'll like this clip, for a lot of reasons.) Welcome to the new age of bloated Pentagon budgets, all to be