Andrew Price

Andrew Price

  • The Buggles: for Harp, Mandolin and Upright Bass There is something undeniably good about this performance.Three friends (we can only assume), with a band name--The Wrong Trousers--borrowed from Wallace and Grommitt, playing an inventive arrangement of Video Killed the Radio Star in public. And nailing it.It even earned the approbation of the mavens..
    The Buggles: for Harp, Mandolin and Upright Bass
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  • The Future of News As established print news outlets try to create an online presence that amounts to more than "The same old newspaper… now on your screen!" successful news blogs are trying to figure out what to do with their increasing readership, relevance and resources.Arianna Huffington spoke recently about a "hybrid..
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  • Scientists Ask Why Some Resist Their Advances The intellectuals (and be sure to call them that) over at Edge published a new article today about why scientific ideas like evolution can be so clearly, irrefutably true to some people and false, or even anathema, to others.They argue that whether you're sympathetic to, or suspicious of, scientific..
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  • NY Times Magazine on Green Architecture In case you missed it, this past Sunday's New York Times Magazine (ranking high on our list of best magazines) dedicated its cover and a bunch of articles to green architecture. There's a great piece on the differences between European and American approaches to environmentally sensitive building, the..
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  • Bush “Moving on Air Pollution” Today Our President has been (in)famously skeptical about the dangers of climate change: We don't have all the data, and why waste time putting on a seatbelt until you feel some impact?But after last month's Supreme Court decision that, under the Clean Air Act, carbon dioxide is indeed a pollutant-one that..
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  • Happy New House The creative director at a Los Angeles ad agency is remodeling his house. And he wants to reclaim concepts like "family," happiness" and "loyalty" from, well, ad agencies who build brands for corporations.So what does he do? He recruits acclaimed architect Neil Denari* and gears his remodel around his..
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