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    What if We Had LinkedIn Wrapped?

    You’ve probably seen your Spotify Wrapped by now. Honestly, big fan of my 2020 playlist – even though it’s slightly embarrassing – but I’m left wondering what a year in review would look like if we branched out towards other platforms. Sadly, my bank in the UK does a year in review. While I don’t […] More

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    What if we referred to other countries in their own language?

    I always thought it strange that we refer to other countries by their name in our language rather than their language. After all, we generally call other people by their name in their language. But when it comes to countries, we say France, not le France. And, conversely, the French say, Les États-Unis, not the […] More

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    The Game Awards 2020 Highlights

    Well this year’s Game Awards have come and gone. Like hosts Geoff and Sydnee were eager to remind us, the Awards looked a little different thanks to the pandemic. After a barren year for gaming, it’s no surprise that the event was less action-packed than years past. Still, the stream was full of memorable moments, […] More

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    The Ultimate Gift Giving Guide

    (Photo above by Kira auf der Heide via Unsplash) If you, like me, put off getting Christmas gifts until the last second, you might be a little stressed right now trying to figure out what to get everyone. It feels like there is so much to choose from but at the same time you don’t […] More

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    It’s Refreshing to Have a First Dog Again

    It’s refreshing to have a first dog again. Actually, it would be refreshing to have one first dog, but come January, we’ll be welcoming two dogs and a new cat into the White House. While a Biden-Harris administration will undoubtedly be good and fresh for a variety of reasons, sometimes it’s nice to focus on […] More

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    What if We Had LinkedIn Wrapped?

    You’ve probably seen your Spotify Wrapped by now. Honestly, big fan of my 2020 playlist – even though it’s slightly embarrassing – but I’m left wondering what a year in review would look like if we branched out towards other platforms. Sadly, my bank in the UK does a year in review. While I don’t […] More

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    What if we referred to other countries in their own language?

    I always thought it strange that we refer to other countries by their name in our language rather than their language. After all, we generally call other people by their name in their language. But when it comes to countries, we say France, not le France. And, conversely, the French say, Les États-Unis, not the […] More

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    The Game Awards 2020 Highlights

    Well this year’s Game Awards have come and gone. Like hosts Geoff and Sydnee were eager to remind us, the Awards looked a little different thanks to the pandemic. After a barren year for gaming, it’s no surprise that the event was less action-packed than years past. Still, the stream was full of memorable moments, […] More

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    The Ultimate Gift Giving Guide

    (Photo above by Kira auf der Heide via Unsplash) If you, like me, put off getting Christmas gifts until the last second, you might be a little stressed right now trying to figure out what to get everyone. It feels like there is so much to choose from but at the same time you don’t […] More

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    What if We Had LinkedIn Wrapped?

    You’ve probably seen your Spotify Wrapped by now. Honestly, big fan of my 2020 playlist – even though it’s slightly embarrassing – but I’m left wondering what a year in review would look like if we branched out towards other platforms. Sadly, my bank in the UK does a year in review. While I don’t […] More

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    What if we referred to other countries in their own language?

    I always thought it strange that we refer to other countries by their name in our language rather than their language. After all, we generally call other people by their name in their language. But when it comes to countries, we say France, not le France. And, conversely, the French say, Les États-Unis, not the […] More

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    The Game Awards 2020 Highlights

    Well this year’s Game Awards have come and gone. Like hosts Geoff and Sydnee were eager to remind us, the Awards looked a little different thanks to the pandemic. After a barren year for gaming, it’s no surprise that the event was less action-packed than years past. Still, the stream was full of memorable moments, […] More

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    The Ultimate Gift Giving Guide

    (Photo above by Kira auf der Heide via Unsplash) If you, like me, put off getting Christmas gifts until the last second, you might be a little stressed right now trying to figure out what to get everyone. It feels like there is so much to choose from but at the same time you don’t […] More

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    It’s Refreshing to Have a First Dog Again

    It’s refreshing to have a first dog again. Actually, it would be refreshing to have one first dog, but come January, we’ll be welcoming two dogs and a new cat into the White House. While a Biden-Harris administration will undoubtedly be good and fresh for a variety of reasons, sometimes it’s nice to focus on […] More

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    Kiki’s Delivery Service: The Most Slept-on Ghibli Movie

    Studio Ghibli recently released the trailer for their newest film, Earwig and the Witch (2020). The film is based on a novel of the same name by Diana Wynne Jones (of Howl’s Moving Castle (2004) fame) and promises to deliver on standard Ghibli fare: a bildungsroman with a healthy dash of magic. Oh, and it looks terrible. […] More

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    The Dutch art of doing nothing

    There’s a new status symbol in town, free of (monetary) cost — busyness. Someone might inquire what your weekend is like, to which you might reply with a perverse delight “busy” or a borderline embarrassed “not much.” Our love and admiration of busyness reflect the increasingly fast pace of our lives. Having laptops and smartphones […] More

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    What if We Had LinkedIn Wrapped?

    You’ve probably seen your Spotify Wrapped by now. Honestly, big fan of my 2020 playlist – even though it’s slightly embarrassing – but I’m left wondering what a year in review would look like if we branched out towards other platforms. Sadly, my bank in the UK does a year in review. While I don’t […] More

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    What if we referred to other countries in their own language?

    I always thought it strange that we refer to other countries by their name in our language rather than their language. After all, we generally call other people by their name in their language. But when it comes to countries, we say France, not le France. And, conversely, the French say, Les États-Unis, not the […] More

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    The Game Awards 2020 Highlights

    Well this year’s Game Awards have come and gone. Like hosts Geoff and Sydnee were eager to remind us, the Awards looked a little different thanks to the pandemic. After a barren year for gaming, it’s no surprise that the event was less action-packed than years past. Still, the stream was full of memorable moments, […] More

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    The Ultimate Gift Giving Guide

    (Photo above by Kira auf der Heide via Unsplash) If you, like me, put off getting Christmas gifts until the last second, you might be a little stressed right now trying to figure out what to get everyone. It feels like there is so much to choose from but at the same time you don’t […] More

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    It’s Refreshing to Have a First Dog Again

    It’s refreshing to have a first dog again. Actually, it would be refreshing to have one first dog, but come January, we’ll be welcoming two dogs and a new cat into the White House. While a Biden-Harris administration will undoubtedly be good and fresh for a variety of reasons, sometimes it’s nice to focus on […] More

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    Kiki’s Delivery Service: The Most Slept-on Ghibli Movie

    Studio Ghibli recently released the trailer for their newest film, Earwig and the Witch (2020). The film is based on a novel of the same name by Diana Wynne Jones (of Howl’s Moving Castle (2004) fame) and promises to deliver on standard Ghibli fare: a bildungsroman with a healthy dash of magic. Oh, and it looks terrible. […] More

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    The Dutch art of doing nothing

    There’s a new status symbol in town, free of (monetary) cost — busyness. Someone might inquire what your weekend is like, to which you might reply with a perverse delight “busy” or a borderline embarrassed “not much.” Our love and admiration of busyness reflect the increasingly fast pace of our lives. Having laptops and smartphones […] More

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    Zelda 2 Deserves a Remake

    It isn’t an exaggeration to say that in 1986 Nintendo changed gaming forever with The Legend of Zelda. The breadth and depth of the NES title revolutionized what it meant to make video games for home consoles. With Zelda II: The Adventure of Link, released the following year, Nintendo wanted to see if lightning could […] More

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    What if We Had LinkedIn Wrapped?

    You’ve probably seen your Spotify Wrapped by now. Honestly, big fan of my 2020 playlist – even though it’s slightly embarrassing – but I’m left wondering what a year in review would look like if we branched out towards other platforms. Sadly, my bank in the UK does a year in review. While I don’t […] More

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    What if we referred to other countries in their own language?

    I always thought it strange that we refer to other countries by their name in our language rather than their language. After all, we generally call other people by their name in their language. But when it comes to countries, we say France, not le France. And, conversely, the French say, Les États-Unis, not the […] More

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    The Game Awards 2020 Highlights

    Well this year’s Game Awards have come and gone. Like hosts Geoff and Sydnee were eager to remind us, the Awards looked a little different thanks to the pandemic. After a barren year for gaming, it’s no surprise that the event was less action-packed than years past. Still, the stream was full of memorable moments, […] More

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    The Ultimate Gift Giving Guide

    (Photo above by Kira auf der Heide via Unsplash) If you, like me, put off getting Christmas gifts until the last second, you might be a little stressed right now trying to figure out what to get everyone. It feels like there is so much to choose from but at the same time you don’t […] More

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