My latest column is up for Toten. You return home, only to discover you are not the same person and home is not the same place.
Two things completely unrelated things happened on Friday. Muhammad Ali died. And I happened to venture to the front page of the New York Times. Most news sites have a “Most Read” feature on them. Those little boxes populate automatically based on the number of times someone, well, reads an article. Articles with the most hits … [Read more…]
The other day my brother and I got into an argument. This, itself, isn’t surprising. Earlier in the week, we found a way to argue about the price of avocado toast at our hypothetical restaurant. After a week of sitting around my parents’ house with little to do, I ventured into their local Starbucks to … [Read more…]
I wrote a few months ago about checking to see how many apps I actually use on my phone. According to an article in The Verge, most people spend 80% of the time on their phone using three apps. Well the results are in. After two months of tracking, it turns out I need 5 … [Read more…]
I used to not block or mute, whether it be on Facebook or on the comments section of my blog or even email. I imagine this a bit of both innate curiosity about what people are saying and a feeling that people are somehow owed the right to speak. It’s not a not a violation … [Read more…]