Dolphins and humans coexisting in a single hotel/embassy space together in the nation’s capital—why not, right? If you missed out on the National Building Museum’s “Unbuilt Washington” exhibit this year, I don’t know what to tell you. It was a personal highlight for me for the first half of 2012. If you’ve run into me … Read moreDoug Michels’ dolphin hotel for Washington, D.C.
I don’t necessarily avoid manga in my reading diet—it’s just not a staple. I’ve enjoyed Cromartie High School, Ghost in the Shell, Akira and even a little Yotsuba&!. Tadashi Agi and Shu Okimoto’s The Drops of God was little off the beaten path for me—not something I would have come to naturally. As David Brothers … Read more‘The Drops of God’ Volume 1 Review: There’s only so much wine
Twitter and LinkedIn both offered blog explanations and spin on Friday about Twitter’s drive to deliver (in the words of Twitter Group Product Manager Michael Sippey) “a consistent set of products and tools.” As it turns out, that goal does not include allowing LinkedIn to populate users’ feeds with tweets that are being pulled from … Read moreA ‘consistent Twitter experience’ doesn’t include LinkedIn feeds