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Hi. My name is Keith Wagstaff and I write about technology for NBC News. I was formerly a staff writer covering politics for The Week. Before that, I wrote for such publications as TIME, Details, VICE's Motherboard and the Village Voice.
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Hmm, a new building in Williamsburg that I don’t actually mind. Made with six shipping containers.
To be an artist or a writer is to be this weird thing — a hand worker in an era of mass production.
Susan Sontag on writing, productivity, elitism, and the purpose of literature (via explore-blog)
Happy Valentine’s Day everybody.
Even Cup Noodles struggles with earning enough money to afford meals other than Cup Noodles.
Reminder: Make this lobster cooked in duck fat. (via Bon Appetit)
Coconut water ran from the taps, employees brainstormed in faux subway stations, and every day was Free Taco Day.
Son, It’s Time We Talk About Where Start-Ups Come From via McSweeney’s
Back in the good ole days…
The reporters stood awkwardly, their arms tired and their questions unanswered. Still, Nash sat there, gazing out onto the basketball court, envisioning the frozen steppes of Saskatchewan, a place that he once called home but now, under the sterile light of the TV cameras, he could only pretend to remember.
A reporter from KCAL 9 asked him if he would play tonight against the Timberwolves, who were visiting from Minnesota. Nash spat on the ground, as if to say he was “day-to-day,” and that in his purgatory he could only hope to experience the joy of motion again and possibly, one day, to love. Somewhere in the distance, Jordan Farmar sheepishly picked up his missed shot, cursed quietly to himself, and walked towards the exit, not even bothering to dribble.
When Mark E. Zuckerberg ’06 grew impatient with the creation of an official universal Harvard facebook, he decided to take matters into his own hands.
After about a week of coding, Zuckerberg launched thefacebook.com last Wednesday afternoon. The website combines elements of a standard House face book with extensive profile features that allow students to search for others in their courses, social organizations and Houses. — Harvard Crimson article from 2004.