With all the panting about China supposedly having overtaken the USA as the world’s largest economy already, it often sounds as if the Chinese must all be worker bees (on that note, the book recommendation on the right) with nary a minute to catch their breath.
Before I had even finished with my short video-post on new views gained by going farther, I found myself a bit further south those mountains again, and again making myself a bit more at home by going a little farther. It all started off like
As I said, it’s time for wrapping thoughts about clothing in some examples, and I want to start doing so immediately after I started talking about examples I feel quite at home in: pieces from the Veilance line made by Arc’teryx, otherwise better known as a company making
One particular “fashion” interest of mine – thinking of Clothe to Home – are pieces that are avant-garde in their materials and qualities, but not too visibly special, let alone fashionable, in their design; made to look timeless (or perhaps rather, fashionless) and, more importantly,
Clothing is a very peculiar thing. It used to be that it was very much of a place and a people, with particular materials only available in particular places or for people of particular social classes, made in ways typical for certain professions and/or peoples.
Not satisfied just taking snapshots? Looking to see your surroundings more intimately, make yourself more at home? So was I, and so I looked to photographers I know to be in a position to give some great answers. First up, Jonah M. Kessel, award-winning journalist
Whether you are in a new place or where you think you’ve been for only too long, there are new views awaiting you if only you go a bit farther. Beyond the paths you – and everyone – takes, there is still more. And it
Lifetracking, in the use of devices to measure and record data about one’s life, has been on the rise for a while, certainly in terms of media reports and sales numbers. Considering how easily we cheat ourselves into thinking that we are living better or