A nearly deserted replica of Paris in Tianducheng, because of course there is.
A pretty rad little time-lapse video of that stackable, modular apartment building in Belltown. Capitol Hill Seattle has included pictures from our Flickr in their CHS pool roundup for the last couple of weeks, and that is just delightful. Thanks, CHS!
These late-night oases attracted me in a way that gave me sympathy for the moth.
Consider my hatches battened down. I’ll own this one – I’ve lamented, several times, that last winter did not grant me a snow day in which I could hang out at home, work remotely, eat some eggs, and enjoy the fine afternoon company of my cats. It sounds like I’m going to feel stupid about having said this, which – to my credit – I was aware of in the moment. So, um, sorry.
My friend Alex started a blog about her art and her ambition. And she did indeed make me cookies in exchange for one of my favorite pieces of bullshit copywriting I’ve ever done.
Sculptures from Japanese Straw Art Festivals, done with surplus straw each harvest. That shiba inu gets around.
Current methods of measuring, rewarding, and punishing worker productivity turn out to have some painful origins.