An often overlooked Viking turns an exploratory eye on Philadelphia, past and present.
It’s a little like messages in bottles, or cards on balloons, granting a peek into a fellow human in a world that still has room for exploration.
BP’s oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, while tragic for environment and economy alike, also damages us as we watch and assume skills we simply don’t have.
A downside to freelancing (“self-employment” in the happy words of government agencies) is that the celebrated U.S. tax refund is slightly rarer than a UFO sighting: the independent contractor almost Read More →
The end of February is giving rise to a kind of media, climatic, and geographical mass effect. The 16th day of the 2010 Vancouver Olympics came on the heels of Read More →