Monthly Archives: March 2011

More Shots of China

Here are some final shots from the Great Wall, Guangzhou, and Hong Kong:

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Wes Anderson is Back!

This is exciting: Jason Schwartzmann, Bill Murray, Tilda Swinton and Bruce Willis will join a stellar cast for Wes Anderson’s latest film, Moonrise Kingdom, according to reports in the US. News of Anderson’s follow-up to Fantastic Mr Fox first emerged in … Continue reading

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The Forbidden City

More pictures from Beijing. The Forbidden City:

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Seven Nine Eight

I shot some pictures last weekend in Beijing’s 798 art zone. It’s an area filled with decommissioned military factory buildings that has become a thriving art community. Here are a few of the highlights: Thanks to the Esnaola sisters for … Continue reading

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Guest Bloggers

For those of you who were surprised to see from the last post that I’m in Law School, check the post author! It was my good friend James Spector, who will be occasionally entertaining us with some guest posts. I … Continue reading

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My New Favorite Website

I sincerely apologize for the lengthy interval between this and my last post.  I blame law school, too many beers or a combination of the two.  Similar to Charlie Sheen’s negotiations to return to Two and a Half Men, I’m … Continue reading

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Pictures of Guangzhou

The river. The bridge looks like a copy of the Zakim Bunker Bill Memorial Bridge: More river, looking the other way: Our hotel: More hotel: Flying a kite: Sunset. You can see the Canton Tower in the background: The street … Continue reading

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How Do You Have A Rational Discussion?

Via The Big Picture, like this:

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Digital Subscription Prices Visualized

The Understatement has very clearly laid out why the New York Times digital subscription plan that goes into effect next week probably won’t work: As you can see from the chart, it’s absurdly more expensive than other digital subscription plans. And the … Continue reading

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Before and After Dinner

Before: After: Before: After: After Again: Before: I’ll let you guess whether or not we went for it.

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