One cup is wine the other is water which one to choose…
Baked & Wired
Le Pain Quotidien
Blind Dog Cafe (best chocolate chip cookies!)
Big Bear Cafe
People confess things to me. Friends and bosses and strangers at bars. They confess things to me and say, “I bet people confess things to you all the time.” Some of these people have been men, and I think they confuse long hair and cheekbones and honesty with love. Most of these men I say goodbye to without touching, leaving them at the end of the bar or in Metro North cars. But other times I fall prey to it, confusing love with forgiveness, with my own salvation. This is when I wear my best dresses, my best skirts, the nicest and most lovely things I own. I will fix them, I think, by being a beautiful and forgettable listener. By being what I think they need, which is not me, or rather, it is the part of me that asks for nothing, that shows up at their office in a fitted, classic trenchcoat and tells them they are not evil or horrible for wanting a new career, a different city, a month alone in the desert. I tell them they are fine. When I say that, I see myself at thirteen, seventeen, last fall, and tell the same thing to those versions of me. It’s retroactive comfort, redemption. I want to hold the girl I once was like I hold these men. I wish someone had held that girl.Coats by Jenna Clark Embry (via waxenneat)
Motorola stunned us a few months ago when it announced plans to develop a modular smartphone through a collaboration called Project Ara, but we’ve yet to see even a prototype of the device. Here at CES, ZTE is showing off its own modular phone concept, named the Eco-Mobius. The model on display is locked behind glass, and try as we did representatives would not remove it from its tomb for a close look. But the concept shows how users could replace the camera, battery, display, and “core” modules. The core includes separate modules for the processor, RAM, storage, and graphics processor.
Lol try as we did