Kelsey Campbell-Dollaghan
kcampbelldollaghan
11/16/15
6:43 PM
13

It’s from Matt that I learned the many dangers and weaknesses of modern time capsules in the first place. We need to start burying time mosaics.

9/30/15
4:24 PM
47

The proximity issue is definitely the problem for many drivers, I suspect–there simply isn’t a way to get to work besides driving. It’s definitely an argument for better public transit infrastructure, at the very least.

8/27/15
5:19 PM
92

No. He and the car both stopped at stop signs. He was obeying the law and, as it reads to me, being exceedingly polite about it.

8/20/15
6:40 PM
6

Yes! There’s a big difference between demonstrating the physical viability of an idea and the market forces (or technological breakthroughs) needed to make it economically/structurally practical.

7/20/15
4:32 PM
9

When I first started at Gizmodo, I didn’t know anyone. It was, frankly, pretty intimidating to walk into this huge open office that is always completely silent but for the clicking of keyboards. The first few weeks at any job are strange and lonely, but Tommy—who had only a mutual friend in common with me—was

7/13/15
2:29 PM
21

Yeah, that’s a pretty good theory, I agree. One curious is thing is that they were buried in a clearly ceremonial box—so even if they are shavings, it’s unclear what role they played!

7/1/15
12:12 PM
4

To me, even with the questions surrounding this design, they’re the most stable, consistent people for the job. Nouvel feels like too much of a loose cannon. Institut du Monde Arabe is incredible but Philharmonie de Paris? Plus the lawsuit?