the internet’s most impactful effect is the accessibility it gives to nearly everything. as our phones, cars, homes, and wardrobes float closer to the cloud - there are few parts of any day where real problem solving needs to take place. what do we make of all of the data in the age of instant?
it was the Winter of 2013. i was sitting in a parked car at the bottom of my then-girlfriends’ parents’ home. on the radio was 88.5, wxpn. on the stereo came this thunderous drum, quick “tst tst tst” of a snare and the mesmerizing pangs of guitar strings. now, in 2019, i reflect on the journey the music of frightened rabbit took me on.
A recap of my run in the 2018 Philadelphia Marathon. Details on training, the pacing, and the outcome.
Sometimes youth feels less like a freedom and more like a chore. Here’s to remembering to take those moments as opportunities.
The DMV might be the closest thing to purgatory. Here’s how the quest to register my car in a new state led to the fixation on the Guster song “Come Downstairs and Say Hello.”