Live At The Unicorn

14 Dec 18
The Ros Martin Archive

Oh everything’s a metaphor for Brexit in these desperate times. It’s even sullied the noble grace of unicorns. So maybe any new missions undertaken during this period should have absolutely nothing to do with the most impending of dystopian futures. What if we tried to erase the whole thing from history? Given that it hasn’t […]

14 Dec 18
Part-Time Audiophile

If you’re a music lover who is older than 35 or 40, you’ve probably joined the Columbia House Record Club at some point in your life. I joined for the first time back in 1976, when I was barely a teen and had just purchased my very first turntable—a Soundesign all-in-one with a BSR changer […]

14 Dec 18
Marshmellow Pastel

  I can’t stand the “weird Japan” genre of journalism. It has an annoying habit of unfairly conflating “weird things in Japan” with “weird things about Japan.” However, on a school trip with a class of second-year middle school students from a small Japanese village, I found something really, truly bizarre. I wanted to call […]

14 Dec 18
Inc42 Media

This article is part of Inc42’s special year-end series — 2018 In Review — in which we will refresh your memory on the major developments in the Indian startup ecosystem and their impact on various stakeholders — from entrepreneurs to investors. Find more stories from this series here. When the funding winter of 2016 struck […]

14 Dec 18
Supernatural Writing

Truth… Don’t care for Conventionality It doesn’t mean a thing to me I’ll feel what’s in my Heart I’ll say what’s on my Mind And if I talk to Strangers I’ll take them as I find And when I feel like Singing I’ll let the Music rule And when I feel like Dancing My body […]

14 Dec 18
Attitude Organic

Still looking for Christmas gifts for your vegan friends? Here are a few ideas!

14 Dec 18
Sady Style

My friend, Adalynne, responded to my Challenge to Challenge post. She suggested snowflakes and rainbows. My first response was, “You hate me!” I haven’t been into rainbows since I was a child and they are generally associated with unicorns. I’ve never liked unicorns…ever. I thought about it for a moment then I realized she was […]

14 Dec 18
WWD

Developers, retailers and others continue to seek ways to reinvent the mall — from entertainment to experiences and more.

14 Dec 18
Cardboard Spellbook

Ah, Homelands. A set that is hated because… because… well… if we’re all being honest… most Magic players think it’s a bad set because other people say it’s bad. Homelands got a bad rap because it’s not Arabian Nights. That is, people were mad it wasn’t a grab-bag of ridiculous stuff with some creatures that […]

14 Dec 18
aBodyofHope

If you are shopping for a loved one with a chronic illness, long-term illness, or disability, you may feel unsure of their needs, wants and special daily circumstances. Here are a variety of gift ideas meant to inspire, comfort, entertain, and they are appropriate for someone who is mostly confined to their home or uses […]

14 Dec 18
Uber Lyft Drivers

Uber is taking Morgan Stanley to the prom. The ride-hailing company picked Morgan Stanley to lead its coveted 2019 public offering, Bloomberg reported Dec. 11 (paywall). It’s a big win for the bank. Uber’s IPO is expected to be the biggest listing of the year, valuing the company at up to $120 billion, and one […]