Monthly Archives: March 2011

Tumblr and Wimp.com.

It’s not StumbleUpon this time, but Tumblr and Wimp.com that I am grateful to for helping me procrastinate the hours away. Why slave over the musings of a long-dead Genevan political philosopher (Rousseau) when I could be doing good by sharing … Continue reading

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The Smithsonian.

The Smithsonian is one of the most well-renowned museums in the world. So it makes sense that they’d release a kick-ass new publicity campaign, right? Unfortunately, no. These posters were designed by one Matt Kappler, but if Auckland museum took … Continue reading

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Hope in the midst of it all.

The past month has seen an earthquake heavily affect both New Zealand and Japan. It’s hard to comprehend the devastation that has befallen both sets of my compatriots. Seeing it unfold on the TV isn’t the same as being knocked … Continue reading

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