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Category Archives: Art
No, I’m not talking high speed rail. I’m talking the Appalachian trail. Vimeo user Kevin Gallagher recorded his six month trek from Springer to Katahdin, and it’s beautiful. H/t to Ben Domench Advertisements
When I try to explain liberty to people, I often talk about opportunity, creativity, and innovation. But I don’t really intend to invoke Einstein, or the solitary genius toiling in the basement. Instead, I’m trying to encompass the idea of a … Continue reading
First impressions I will judge you for: Flannel. Unwashed hair/beard. Living in Brooklyn. Wearing a kafiya (except in the middle east). And yet, I’m fascinated by this video, where a man skiing through Prospect Park in Brooklyn finds a film … Continue reading
Is this a frightening parody? A warning that consequences matter? Something else? What I know is that it’s the cover for the latest issue of The Stranger, the Seattle weekly alternative newspaper, designed by Dan Savage and Aaron Huffman. It’s obviously a … Continue reading
Nothing says “take a nap” like a cold rainy fall day. Like Arlington, today. I woke when it was dark, and will return home in the dark. All day long, a chill has crept inside my sweater, has played around … Continue reading
Beijing Traffic in Spite of Wide Roads (this is why widening public roads is a short-term solution) The Coolest Spray Bottle for Cleaning Ever Fat Cells Be Gone? The Seabird How to Pack Your Bags
Does your favorite author(s) reveal your stereotype? I have to admit some of my favorite authors here: J.K. Rowling, Leo Tolstoy, Ayn Rand, Jane Austen, Ralph Waldo Emerson, William Faulkner, and George Orwell. Granted I consider an author a favorite … Continue reading
With the filming of Atlas Shrugged finally underway, a lot of libertarians are pretty excited to see their favorite heroes come to life on the big screen. Many people learned to value individualism and liberty through Rand’s books, and … Continue reading