November 27, 2013


luckypeach:

Burger Sneaker (via Russell Quinn)

luckypeach:

Burger Sneaker (via Russell Quinn)

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October 17, 2013


humansofnewyork:

Today in microfashion…

humansofnewyork:

Today in microfashion…

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July 11, 2011


So why do you take pictures?"
“Hmm… I don’t know, once I see something I like looking at…I get to keep looking at it.

"HappyThankYouMorePlease" by Josh Radnor


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July 7, 2011


acehotel:

We’re really happy to announce that all of the rooms at Ace Hotel New York will, starting today and throughout the summer, have complimentary Google Chromebooks for you to use during your stay. Of course, if you take them home with you we’ll have to charge you a bunch of money and your firstborn child. Chromebooks are compact, lightweight and boot in the blink of an eye, and they store all of your information securely in the browser, so there’s no hard drive storing your passwords or history. You can traverse the mean streets of New York, hole up in your bed, hang out in the lobby or even cram yourself into the photobooth with one — we’ve tucked it safely into a custom slipcover we’re particularly proud of. Even the power cord has it’s own little cozy. There’s another surprise waiting inside the Chromebook, too — we worked with some of our very old friends who run Superfuture to create a special Field Guide so we can share some of our favorite NYC spots with you. You can use it on your Chromebook while you’re here or on any other machine you’re using with a Chrome browser — download it here. And if you’re just stopping by the lobby and want to borrow one while you’re having a drink or a cup of coffee, ask the front desk to sign one out for you.
Virgin America is also running a contest where you can win a trip to NYC, including two nights at Ace New York and a Chromebook for keeps. Enter here and good luck. 

acehotel:

We’re really happy to announce that all of the rooms at Ace Hotel New York will, starting today and throughout the summer, have complimentary Google Chromebooks for you to use during your stay. Of course, if you take them home with you we’ll have to charge you a bunch of money and your firstborn child. Chromebooks are compact, lightweight and boot in the blink of an eye, and they store all of your information securely in the browser, so there’s no hard drive storing your passwords or history. You can traverse the mean streets of New York, hole up in your bed, hang out in the lobby or even cram yourself into the photobooth with one — we’ve tucked it safely into a custom slipcover we’re particularly proud of. Even the power cord has it’s own little cozy. There’s another surprise waiting inside the Chromebook, too — we worked with some of our very old friends who run Superfuture to create a special Field Guide so we can share some of our favorite NYC spots with you. You can use it on your Chromebook while you’re here or on any other machine you’re using with a Chrome browser — download it here. And if you’re just stopping by the lobby and want to borrow one while you’re having a drink or a cup of coffee, ask the front desk to sign one out for you.

Virgin America is also running a contest where you can win a trip to NYC, including two nights at Ace New York and a Chromebook for keeps. Enter here and good luck. 

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June 29, 2011


Gold Panda: He’s doing good stuff.

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May 31, 2011


Lobster farm for Memorial day

Lobster farm for Memorial day


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May 23, 2011


young love

young love


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May 22, 2011


Old school dim sum, Nom wah in chinatown

Old school dim sum, Nom wah in chinatown


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April 11, 2011


Living the life we all dream of….

Living the life we all dream of….


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April 3, 2011


slaughterhouse90210:

“A real friendship ought to introduce each person to unexpected weirdness in the other.”  — Jaron Lanier, You Are Not a Gadget: A Manifesto

slaughterhouse90210:

“A real friendship ought to introduce each person to unexpected weirdness in the other.”
— Jaron Lanier, You Are Not a Gadget: A Manifesto

(via housingworksbookstore)

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