Browsing All posts tagged under »ephemeralization«

Wires

June 28, 2010

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As I type this on an office Dell, shrouded by the clarity and presence of the monitor are an ever-winding series of cables. Tangled, dangled, and angled in all different manner of overlapping, this is another de facto mainstay in a world increasingly dependent on gizmos and gadgetry just to feel stimulated. Like the creeping, […]

Addendum To “Gen Y’s Curious Cultural Paranoia” (Part II)

January 3, 2010

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Re: Original Article PART II: Coffee With Ivy “…because I sure as shit don’t,” I finish telling Ivy. It’s Wednesday, two days before the new year, and I’m having a chai with my friend Ivy, catching up while she’s still in town for the holidays. This place, Black Dog Cafe, it’s got really good coffee, […]

Addendum to “Gen Y’s Curious Cultural Paranoia” (Part I)

January 2, 2010

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Re: Original Article PART I: Girls I Don’t Know.   This morning I received an e-mail from a girl I don’t know in response to my post from a couple days ago on a paranoia complex other Gen Y sources often neglect to point out. All it said was: “Reading your blog on Gen Y, […]