1. cindy:

@annieisms is so cute! #themet #nyc

Monday, May 19th; She asked me to smile real pretty-like.

    cindy:

    @annieisms is so cute! #themet #nyc

    Monday, May 19th; She asked me to smile real pretty-like.

  2. forestfeast:

    Pasta, Beans & Greens! Also easily made with gluten-free pasta, and can be vegan if you use a dairy-free pesto. This is a good one for entertaining because it’s easy to make ahead and great at room temperature. For the full recipe and more photos, click over to my full post on Better Homes and Gardens blog today!

    My sister bought me The Forest Feast cookbook as a thank you present for hosting her over the weekend. It’s gorgeous, and full of beautiful and simple vegetarian recipes like this one. I can’t wait to make (and eat) everything, beginning with this kale & pasta salad! Thanks sissy-poo!

  3. An oceanside finish… 2:08:33, I’ll take it! (at Brooklyn Half Marathon Finish)

    An oceanside finish… 2:08:33, I’ll take it! (at Brooklyn Half Marathon Finish)

  4. My sister is here! We’re going to do a bit of running this weekend. #bkhalf2014

    My sister is here! We’re going to do a bit of running this weekend. #bkhalf2014

  5. This track from meetjoewhite's band has a very smooth, sexy, soulful feel. I like!

    The Guides are playing a show this Thursday if you’re in Brooklyn and want to put some good jams in your ear holes. They are super fun live!

  6. sherpaa:

At Sherpaa, we always tell our clients that our Doctors and Insurance Guides should be their first point of contact for all things health… and by “all” we mean any health question or concern they may have, even if they aren’t necessarily sick at the moment.
Today we released a fun new feature in our app that calls attention to the many ways to use Sherpaa. If you’ve ever had a question about your health or insurance but you were too embarrassed to ask, now’s your chance. Log in and ask Sherpaa. It’s like having a doctor in the family.

Solve ALL the health and insurance things!

    sherpaa:

    At Sherpaa, we always tell our clients that our Doctors and Insurance Guides should be their first point of contact for all things health… and by “all” we mean any health question or concern they may have, even if they aren’t necessarily sick at the moment.

    Today we released a fun new feature in our app that calls attention to the many ways to use Sherpaa. If you’ve ever had a question about your health or insurance but you were too embarrassed to ask, now’s your chance. Log in and ask Sherpaa. It’s like having a doctor in the family.

    Solve ALL the health and insurance things!

  7. jayparkinsonmd smoked a gigantic, yummy salmon for lunch. A great day today in all aspects at the office.

    jayparkinsonmd smoked a gigantic, yummy salmon for lunch. A great day today in all aspects at the office.

  8. lonelysandwich:

    Ergo dronies

    If Kottke says it’s a thing, it must be a thing. As consumer camera drones become more common, this kind of shot (or the one that inspired it by Amit Gupta) will become more familiar. Or this one I made with ominous shadow and a bit of vignette for enhanced drama.

    There’s a reason that you’re going to see a lot of these from drone flyers like me, and it’s this: once you get past the novelty of taking a camera high up in the air, getting a bird’s eye view of stuff is actually a little boring.

    What birds see is actually a little boring. Humans are interesting. Getting close to stuff is interesting. I bet if we could strap tiny cameras to bird heads, most of what we’d want to look at would happen when they fly close to people. If we could, we’d put cameras on bird heads to take pictures of ourselves.

    But try flying your drone close to people. They get freaked out (trust me). Ergo dronies. You want to shoot people, you have to shoot the people you have access to. You end up shooting yourself. It’s not vain, it’s pragmatic.

    The next part of the story is the fun part: discovering new things to do with it. New ways to shoot, new shots to get, new moves and new angles. What this feels like to me is that photography was just introduced and enthusiasts are figuring out what a wide shot is and how it feels different from a closeup. Or like the Steadicam was just invented and people are figuring out that running it down a narrow hallway looks really fucking cool.

    This doesn’t happen very often, that we find new ways to see ourselves.

    Amazing. I really like Amit’s original shot too.

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Hello! I grew up in Los Angeles, went to school in San Diego, and now happily call Brooklyn home. I spend my days at Sherpaa, where we're innovating healthcare access and delivery.

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