Brand Not Found

Once in a great while in the constant hellscape that is capitalism, there appears something in which we can find joy: pirating your favorite show from your least favorite company, blocking every promoted tweet on your timeline to assert your dominance, and my personal favorite, websites whose domain names are that of brands, but which do not belong to the brands in question. The most … Continue reading Brand Not Found

Moonlighter Review

The Nintendo Switch library has been growing like gangbusters lately. It seems like every week there’s a new game (or an old game made new) just waiting to be played in bed or on the subway. This month was no different, and after some pining, and the announcement of a Signature Edition, I decided to pick up Moonlighter, a new game from Digital Sun and … Continue reading Moonlighter Review

Pick a Pic: Nextbit Robin camera test

This past month or so, my latest and greatest phone, Google’s Nexus 6P, started having battery issues. It’s lasted me about two years, so this wasn’t too distressing. Unfortunately, this is just the lifespan of a smartphone in my experience. But every smartphone death is an opportunity for positive change, and in my case, I used that opportunity to snag my dream phone: The Nextbit … Continue reading Pick a Pic: Nextbit Robin camera test

I Hardly (K)New York: Brooklyn Bridge Park

My sister works in publishing. They do something called “summer Fridays,” which means they work a longer day Monday-Thursday, and then on Friday they only work until around noon. Sounds rad. So yesterday, we took advantage of that and both went to hang out at Brooklyn Bridge Park. After Thursday’s great views of Brooklyn and the two bridges, I wanted to hang out on the … Continue reading I Hardly (K)New York: Brooklyn Bridge Park

I Hardly (K)New York: Two Bridges

I’ve been living in New York for a month and change. Everything at the apartment is pretty much settled, the initial shock of “shit, I live in New York City” has let up, and a feeling of normalcy is returning. Now I’m at a point where life feels pretty stable and normal again, but I still don’t really feel like I know this place! I … Continue reading I Hardly (K)New York: Two Bridges