I’m excited to be joining the 2014-2015 class of fellows at the Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard.
A look at the future of human-robot interaction with nine-year-old Carter Bedford.
2012 was a year in motion. A look back at the destinations, modes of transportation, and achievements of the year.
But dang, this was good. It’s hot outside, and Katz’s on Mission was charmingly un-airconditioned. Add an everything bagel with hummus, avocado and sprouts, and you’ve got a pretty sweet lunch break in San Francisco’s tiny window of summer weather.
Erl recently challenged me to put together a list of “Top Foods in Your Town.” Honestly, I’ve been more impressed by the food my friends have made or that local grocers have provided than I have been by meals dished up by the pros in this town! So, here’s an unconventional list of favorite eats courtesy of San Franciscans both public and private
I grew up in rural Illinois, with pretty amazing parents, and I spent a lot of time — and I do mean a lot of time — outside. Sure, there was playing in the lake and the creek, and there were garden chores and yard mowing, but there were also school projects and non-school educational projects. My favorite of these amateur naturalist activities, I think, was the leaf collection. But another project that I’d more or less forgotten about was watching caterpillars metamorphose. Until last week. Read more
I may not be one of the most fashionable people you’ve ever met, but I do love to read The Sartorialist. Last night, after working far too late, I was perusing my RSS feeds, and came across a new way to knot a scarf. There’s a nice pic (after the jump) and an awesome little how-to […]