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Naoshima’s art museums feel like a cross between a hidden concrete paradise and an asylum.
Tadao Ando is a genius, and Naoshima is an odd but deeply satisfying testament to his vision.
The views represented here are my own, and not of my employer.
I don’t think a single day goes by where I don’t use Google Maps, and not merely because I work for Google.
This technology is part of a $2.5 billion market expected to grow soon into a $17 billion yearly market in the US alone.
It’s nearing the end of the afternoon, and my feet are sinking into the bog, unstable among the mole-hill-like bumps that dot the hills.
Living in Switzerland means occasionally I want to send money to the United States, and short of flying to the US, there are basically three ways I can do that online.
It’s hard to become a hard core fan of a certain piece of technology when the world I live in revolves around it, and lots of new pieces of it, every single day.
I found this gem of an album at the Helvetiaplatz flea market for 45 CHF.
Ever since I learned about the Quantified Self movement and some of my early work around commitment devices I have been interested in actually owning one of these new-fangled data-tracking devices.
One of the interesting things about moving to a different country is that you learn to accept “new” things as pretty much ordinary, and then you start dissecting why it is “new” to you and not new to all those who have grown up with that kind of life as standard.
Whenever I’ve traveled and stayed at hostels I’ve usually stayed for one or two days at the longest, though oftentimes at some of the better places I’ve wanted to stay for longer.