I. Around the World
Things I found on long walks in foreign cities, or perhaps when someone posted them on Twitter.
- Photographer Uses Renaissance-Era Models with Modern-Day Fast Food — This unexpected paring offers a unique take on art, history, and fast food
- “What’s It Like” App Suggests Trips Based on Time of Year — Designed by a digital nomad, this new app could help you choose your next adventure
- The New “Sampling Lab” in Portland, Where Everything Is Free — Need another reason to visit Portland?
- This Just Might Be the Best In-Flight Geek Selfie Ever — 100 selfies in 100 seats, all in one photo
- The Capsule Wardrobe Project — In which Elise pares down her closet to a select set of items for three full months
- Extrapolated Art — If you’ve ever wondered what lurked beyond the edges of your favorite painting, this algorithm could solve the mystery
II. On the Blog
A few posts you may have missed on the blog this week.
- 2014 Annual Review: Travel Roundup — Everywhere I went in 2014. How about you?
- 2014 Annual Review: Lessons in Entrepreneurship and Unconventional Work — It was a complicated year, but I still managed to learn something
- 2014 Annual Review: Looking Forward to 2015 (Dun Dun Dun…) — A new plan! … What about yours?
- How to Visit Cuba as An American (While It’s Still “Illegal”) — If Cuba’s been on your list, here’s how to get there
- Learn to Walk on Water On Your Next Trip to Hong Kong — Reader Elena Kim’s unexpected Hong Kong adventure
III. A Blast from the Past
Something from the AONC archives.
- Chasing Daylight: Some Thoughts on Mortality — A man spends the last few months of his life writing down what’s important to him
Image: Rebecca Rütten