Gyi Tsakalakis

Along with the tumbling tumbleweed.
#frothy #coffee via @bodumNA (at Gold Coast Galleria)

#frothy #coffee via @bodumNA (at Gold Coast Galleria)

Spring. (at Gold Coast Galleria)

Spring. (at Gold Coast Galleria)

In the first place, science doesn’t involve merely telling stories about history. If it did, scientific explanations might not have any claim to a higher level of veracity than religious stories.

Lawrence Krauss considers some examples that challenge the creationist notion of “historical science”: http://nyr.kr/1gGhrhy (via newyorker)

(Source: newyorker.com, via newyorker)

Perfect conditions for a day outside. (at Little Traverse Bay)

Perfect conditions for a day outside. (at Little Traverse Bay)

The pass (at Chicago)

The pass (at Chicago)

Always reminds me of that LaDainian v Troy commercial.

(Source: Spotify)

newyorker:

Ian Crouch on the business of Super Bowl commercials: http://nyr.kr/1iLOZNU

“Most of these companies aren’t really buying Super Bowl ads anymore. At least, that’s not all, or even especially, what they are buying. Instead, they have paid for the ability, for several weeks leading up to the big day, to tell people that they’ve bought a Super Bowl ad.”

newyorker:

Ian Crouch on the business of Super Bowl commercials: http://nyr.kr/1iLOZNU

“Most of these companies aren’t really buying Super Bowl ads anymore. At least, that’s not all, or even especially, what they are buying. Instead, they have paid for the ability, for several weeks leading up to the big day, to tell people that they’ve bought a Super Bowl ad.”

(Source: newyorker.com)