Posts Tagged ‘Ayun Halliday’

How to Preserve Pre-Digital Communication’s Most Pleasurable Rituals

Tuesday, November 13th, 2012

A really neat opportunity fell into my lap recently. My assignment was to ask one question. Another art-loving soul would be charged with providing an answer.  After which I would find out who the hell I was interviewing. My question:

How can we keep pre-digital communication’s most pleasurable rituals from becoming extinct?

If you’re not dazzled, inspired, and touched by artist Betsy Biggs’ incredible answer you need to log off the internet and get those presents back to Whoville, stat. Of special interest to those with a fondness for postcards and Providence. That’s all I’m sayin’…



ZG2NYC dipped in bronze!

Friday, November 11th, 2011

Mary Keitany, Tsegaye Kebede, several billion baby shoes, and the Zinester’s Guide to NYC!

Thanks to the Society of American Travel Writers Foundation for awarding the bronze medal to the ZG2NYC in the annual Lowell Thomas Travel Journalism Competition