This whole story is an interview with one person, so I’m skeptical. But it’s still a thought-provoking meditation on the public performance of personal relationships.
We have a huge variation of employees and the dedication to create an experience that surpasses reality. That’s why our motto is “more than real.” We had a case recently where a dying man wanted to see his grandchild, but it would not have been born in time. His daughter was able to rent an infant for the day.
I believe the term “real” is misguided. Take Facebook, for example. Is that real? Even if the people in the pictures haven’t been paid, everything is curated to such an extent that it hardly matters.–The Atlantic
Why I disagreed with my students who said, "That was easy!"
Thank you, frog and friends, for reminding us all what the Internet is supposed to be for.
What can you do with an English Major?
You are personally responsible for becoming more ethical than the society you grew up in.
Credible case that a lost Shakespeare sonnet has been identified
My Polish grandmother used to bake these cookies, which my wife picked up at a Ukranian fe...