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Going to the Gym is Awkward

My Facebook and Twitter feeds are constantly flooded with updates about going to the gym. Part of me feels like being a smart-ass


Relationships According to Social Media

As I made coffee this morning, I struggled to remember what dating was like before social media became a part of every day life. I thought back

Art, Technology and Urbanism Combine at Conflux Festival This Weekend

"Psychogeography" likely strikes the initiated as a word with a fairly niche following of academics. That's a fair assessment. The word refers to the study of

Getting Philanthropy to Pay Off (Finally)

[caption id="" align="alignleft" width="326" caption="If I help the elderly cross the street, I'll get a free burrito, right? Is that how this works?"][/caption] By definition, being charitable and philanthropic

Yelp or Foursquare: Where would you rather check-in?

I have conflicting feelings about Foursquare. On the one hand, it's a kind of boring concept – a phone app that lets people know where you

NY Tech Meetup: A Cheap Way to Gain Insight into the Social Media Revolution

Some of you may have already heard of the phenomenon of Meetups where people go online to

Yerba Buena Center for the Arts: Freebies and Cheap Thrills

[caption id="" align="alignleft" width="375" caption="Yerba Buena Center for the Arts"][/caption] Yerba Buena Center for the Arts has a page called “Freebies and Cheap Thrills,” which pretty much