I recently mentioned how I came back from Portland with roughly 20 pounds of books.
When I was in my early twenties, living on my own in Portland and making my way about town, either on my bike or the bus, I would read the “missed connections/I SAW U” section of my local weeklies (Willamette Week, or Willy Week, or just Willy and The Mercury or Merc). I didn’t have a computer,Continue reading “MIssed Connections…”
Renee DiResta, the name behind the “No Upside” blog recently posted this article, which you should read, and actually check out the original here because it is interactive and interesting:
Here is part 3 of my four part series, What Americans notice about the Germans.
For the simple fact that I talk a lot about living in Europe and what Americans think of Germans or other Europeans, I think it only fair to bust out a lighthearted, “This is what America thinks of itself” piece. Ultimately, I am working toward a much more academic and critical look at this forContinue reading “How Americans See Americans…”