Gruen

14 Dec 18
National Post

The 65 billion chickens consumed each year will be preserved in the fossil record. Many go to landfills, where they become mummified. And there are so, so many bones

14 Dec 18
Alpine Adventures, Soccer, Central Asian Autocracies & Secessionist Politics

Austria’s cableway industry wields a significant amount of power in a country so heavily reliant upon the revenue generated by the purchasing of ski and lift passes. In recent years there has increasingly been an unassailable attitude by those proposing new cable cars, extensions to existing infrastructure, and the upgrading of what is already in […]

13 Dec 18
Industry Research City

The research report on “Global Semi-submersible Pumps Market” serves in-depth analysis on latest and upcoming market scenario of Semi-submersible Pumps in the appraisal period, 2018-2023. The report survey Semi-submersible Pumps market growth past, sales channel, players profiled in Semi-submersible Pumps industry, product type and application market share and Semi-submersible Pumps regional scope in deep. The […]

12 Dec 18
ROCK THE PIGEON

Each year Spotify releases a Wrapped Playlist where listeners can discover their 100 most streamed songs of the year. This article features 10 songs I discovered this year because they were submitted to Rock the Pigeon! It’s been quite an excellent year writing for Rock the Pigeon! I can’t stop listening to these songs as […]

12 Dec 18
Tabletop Royale

While a step back in power level from our previous pod, these games where entertaining nonetheless. This group of decks fit squarely in to the middle tier of quality. When decks are on an even playing field, the games tend to be really good. This was the first night with no Worst of the Worst […]

12 Dec 18
Confessions of a Literary Addict

I did do a video for this one (of me actually drawing the books out of my TBR jar), and that’ll be tacked on right after this paragraph, but if you’d rather skip that bit and just read what books I ended up pulling and such, then that’s fine! WELCOME TO MY 19 BOOKS I […]

12 Dec 18
A Bird's Eye View

You are a consumer. Just like every other organism, you consume in order to survive. But do you need all the stuff you consume? Do you need the latest flagship phone that costs as much as rent in certain places, from a company that releases 2 phones every year with increasing prices? Do you need that last […]

11 Dec 18
All my shit design

Hercule is a project that was recently completed by Luxembourg-based architecture practice 2001 in Mondorf-les-bains, the southern part of Luxembourg. Much like an iceberg, the monolithic structure rises from the ground as a rectangular concrete volume that was named after a local hero named John “Hercule” Gruen. The design of the home works with the […]

11 Dec 18
Connor Renwick

Hercule is a project that was recently completed by Luxembourg-based architecture practice 2001 in Mondorf-les-bains, the southern part of Luxembourg. Much like an iceberg, the monolithic structure rises from the ground as a rectangular concrete volume that was named after a local hero named John “Hercule” Gruen. The design of the home works with the […]

07 Dec 18
Madeline Bocaro

John’s Kansai Yamamoto jacket bears a beautiful, yet foreboding message from the Heart Sutra Mantra…