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A watcher (Or: Statue at the Veenkade)

The great thing about The Hague (and the Netherlands in general) is the random artwork and statues that can be found in the city. Here was a recent photo of mine: 27 more words

The Hague

KanColle: Destroyer Akizuki (Moon Viewing Version) by Taito

It’s Saturday… who’s ready for some more KanColle? Well, don’t everybody raise their hands at once. Sheesh. On the last Anime Saturday I opened up Taito’s… 853 more words

Chasing Temples: Thailand Photo Journal

Bangkok, 2014

You know, for a country that’s ruled by a military junta, Thailand is doing pretty well. Or at least that’s from a tourist’s point of view. 133 more words

FRIDAY: The Quiet Statue

The little statue on the table beside the sofa was a bleak piece of art that hid behind the more colorful accessories placed around the living space. 131 more words


Hofstra's own 'Edit-a-thon'?

On Wednesday Mar. 14, the WNYC podcast¬†Nancy held a Wikipedia “edit-a-thon” at Austin’s South by Southwest Conference (SXSW). Per the podcast’s website,

According to Wikipedia’s own studies, a large majority of articles are written and edited by cis straight white males (scream!).

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Preservation. Flash Fiction.

Brad grabbed his bag and got out of the truck, several men in uniform jumped out and quickly gathered in formation before moving off, leaving Brad and another man alone at the truck. 744 more words


Jackson Square in the Fog

It was our last day in New Orleans. We had several hours to kill before our train left early in the afternoon.

As dawn broke, the French Quarter was shrouded in fog. 78 more words

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