Walden

But why do we even have ice in our drinks in the first place?
Interesting take, Mr. Thoreau. Mind if I call you Henry? You can tweet that to your followers as soon as we boot things up
Mekas feels that he grew up in Paradise until the Soviets came: "... they brought hell, and my paradise ended." The Russian
Are the issues causing stress in your life providing you with any value? Start cataloging everything in your life. What brings
Part artist manifesto, part confessional, part feminist memoir: Amanda Palmer's The Art of Asking, or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Let People Help is a thoughtful treatise on the spectrum of giving and receiving help from others, in whatever shape that may take.
Now, if you do dream about actual money, that doesn't necessarily mean that you are coming into financial wealth (sorry -- don't shoot the messenger). Remember, our dreams speak in the language of symbols.
In terms of parenting, marriage, home, clothes -- I will not be a slave to the Tyranny of Trend any longer. I am almost 40 years old and no catalog is the Boss of Me anymore. I am free.
Have you ever considered that you are more like the celebrities in your dreams than you realize? And how do you imagine your
"Green Is Good," T.D. Max's story mostly about The Nature Conservancy (TNC) in the May 12 New Yorker, starts out covering TNC's current strategy to partner with big polluters to get them to mitigate in the interest of their own bottom lines.
So you're enamored with the dream of living "off the grid": dropping out of modern civilization completely and becoming a self-sufficient iconoclast, free of utility bills, government intrusion and other pressures of the modern world. But even for the most resourceful and determined people, it's a challenge to supply all of life's needs.
So you're enamored with the dream of living "off the grid": dropping out of modern civilization completely and becoming a self-sufficient iconoclast, free of utility bills, government intrusion and other pressures of the modern world. But even for the most resourceful and determined people, it's a challenge to supply all of life's needs.
What can a simple yet extraordinarily deep man from more than a century ago teach us about our times and us today? Much, it seems to me, after spending time walking in those same woods by Walden last week.
See our TUMBLR page The corporate art project known as hygienic dress league (HDL) has discovered the great rural iconic
Reading Walden through Anthropocene eyes, insight and appreciation of nature seem to emerge from, even require, rupture and profanation. Maybe these are unavoidable parts of an appreciative relation to the world. Maybe the imperfect has always been our only paradise.
Kris (Amy Seimetz) in a half-dream, her face reflecting the ambiguity of the neither/nor space where the new archetype emerges
To my friends who are cynical, who say it is just a speech, just words, I would argue that if you look at America's history, words matter.
"It only makes sense because those that are using these kinds of social media have an expectation of privacy," said Rep. Ed
Avalanches have killed four people in Colorado since Wednesday, and all but one of the deaths occurred in out-of-bounds areas
It's Earth Day, and in order to celebrate, we asked you what you'd be reading, or recommend reading, to recognize the day