Monthly Archives: April 2014

Selections From 11:37: “Tonight”

For my senior honors thesis at Penn, I wrote two poems a day for six months. It was called Selections from 11:37. Basically, every morning and every evening, at exactly 11:37, I stopped whatever I was doing and gave myself fifteen … Continue reading

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Why Outkast Flopped At Coachella (It’s Not EDM’s Fault)

A well-written article called “Why It’s EDM’s Fault Outkast Flopped” has gotten a lot of attention around the interwebs this week. In it, author Tim Hirsh picks apart the duo’s Coachella performance and blames the audience’s lack of energy on … Continue reading

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Recommended Track: “Mangrove” by Young & Sick

Step outside and breathe in the spring air. There’s a slight breeze between your hair and the crooks of your ears; it sounds like keyboards beginning to bounce, pinging back and forth with the beat like two kids making up a dance as they … Continue reading

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Don’t Think About It Too Much

Life In The Real World, Day 217: Don’t Think About It Too Much Earlier tonight, I found out that the job I quit back in October laid off every single copywriter and editor in their web and magazine departments, outsourcing their jobs … Continue reading

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