How do people really feel about getting behind the absence of a wheel?
I’m an accidental pitchman for Mobi’s new bike-share service
The most notable part of using Mobi, Vancouver's new bike-share program, is how many Vancouverites want to talk to you about it.
The unintended impacts of sharing a celebrity photo
The day I betrayed Anthony Kiedis began like any other.
Why don’t we care where image macros and GIFs come from?
Animated GIFs and image macros are more popular than ever. And yet we almost never know who created these ubiquitous images.
Why conference panels are awful, and how to fix them
"Panels are the best way to make four interesting people boring."
Last night I saw the Tragically Hip in concert, presumably for the last time. I didn’t enjoy the show nearly as much as the previous two…
To get to Auschwitz, you take a 90-minute bus ride west of Krakow, through suburbs, exurbs and, finally, the Polish countryside. The camp, officially called the Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum, is on the outskirts of a town called O?wi?cim.
If we can’t tell whether your product launch video is satirical, you’ve probably hit the wrong note. This is the announcement video for the Amazon Echo.…
The Saints Way is a 41 km trail that stretches across Cornwall’s peninsula, crossing pastures and following ancient lane ways in the footprints of Celtic saints.
This site is home to nearly 6000 blog posts. However, this will only be my third blog post of 2014, and only my 20th since the…
Through some fluke of circumstance, one of my photos is in the Spanish edition of National Geographic Traveler magazine.
“Her” is both a love story and a ruminative critique of how we use technology. Yet, it’s also a meditation on empathy.