June 2, 2016
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Mom Jeans | SB

Traditionally, sitcom moms aren’t in on the fun. Usually the attractive face in a mismatched pair, she plays the straight man to the zany husband. She somehow conveys both a smirk and a scowl in response to her children’s hijinks. … Continue reading

May 2, 2016
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Web Series Review: Conversations from the Afterlife

Depending on who you ask, we as spirited beings get to live on after our bodies decay. But what then? Clouds, harps, songs of praise, and streets of gold; or weeping, flames, gnashing of teeth, and eternal torment? Maybe we live on, inhabiting the bodies of a lesser life form, or we sort of melt into a collective greater consciousness. Or perhaps it really isn’t that different. Maybe we still have jobs, we still have friends, and, whenever possible, we still like eating ice cream cake. Continue reading

April 20, 2016
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Web Series Review: The Tommy Edison Experience

It’s probably really hard being blind. There are just so many things for which one ordinarily uses their eyeballs: reading books, avoiding walls, playing Candycrush, watching web series, etc. We take being sighted individuals totally for granted, not even bothering to think about those less fortunate and when we do, it’s often out of pity. Tommy Edison doesn’t want your pity, in fact he would probably prefer a chuckle. Continue reading

April 13, 2016
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“Changing Workspaces”: DC Inno panel on office design

“What makes an office ‘cool’?” One of the many questions that was asked and answered at DC Inno’s “State of Innovation” meet-up series on Tuesday, April 12th. The topic: Changing Workspaces panel. Speakers were Gavin Daniels of Wingate Hughes, an … Continue reading

January 21, 2016
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Mr.Reboot | SB

We might have a nostalgia problem. The concept of embracing markers of a simpler time appeals to many, it’s why the Williamsburg area of Brooklyn thrives, it’s why vinyl records are sold in places as ubiquitous as a Barnes & … Continue reading