Entries Tagged as 'irony'

Saturday, January 17th, 2015

Page Me

John Waters’ agenda appears to finally be working. Books are suddenly cool (not that they ever weren’t, but, like pizza, books are very hot right now.) I first noticed it right before New Year’s eve, when this post by Austin Kleon was making the rounds: I read 70+ books this year, new personal record. Here's what I […]

Friday, January 9th, 2015

The Possibly Real Trend of Possibly Real Trends

What’s current when nothing is certain.   Health Goth. “Somewhere in between normcore, cyberpunk, goth, and sportswear chic exists the possibly real trend known as “Health Goth,” wrote Allison P Davis in New York Magazine’s The Cut blog back in October. “It’s been kicking around since spring, actually, but it seems to have entered the mainstream this week.” The […]

Thursday, September 25th, 2014

Modern Millennial

If you live in LA, you should go to the Modern Millennial exhibit. As soon as you possibly can, too, cuz it’s over in 6 days. I’ll explain where and how to find it in a minute, but first I want to tell you what it is. Modern Millennial is an art installation / existential performance […]

Monday, October 14th, 2013

Objectionable

Our technology is turning us all into objects. And it doesn’t matter how you treat objects, does it?   I have been responsible for more selfies than most people. I didn’t take them. They’re not of me. But I launched an app which allows users to easily create mirrored images. So the leap from this: […]

Friday, August 30th, 2013

Violate Me

Here is what I can tell you. When I was in New York a month ago and one night someone suggested we go to an MTV party, the first thought I had was — wait, MTV still exists? But I guess it does because this week I’ve spent a lot of time talking about MTV. […]