How does a consumer choose when there are too many choices? Here's my experience shopping for skin care products in Korea.
Seoul unveiled its new city brand mark after an open and democratic selection process. Thoughts on "I.SEOUL.U" and what it conveys.
I’ve never felt moved to support an institution like American Ballet Theatre, even at a level as basic as buying a ticket to a show. But once I heard this story and saw the face of one person in the company, it made me think that I must go.
It was only after I got home that I looked at the back label again and noticed three words that I had missed on the lower left hand corner. If you are familiar with the Face Screaming in Fear emoji, you may get a sense of how I felt when I read ”Product of China” under the bar code.
As the museum world undergoes its digital transformation, it might look to the music world, a field in a relatively advanced stage of digitization, for applicable lessons.
I was reluctant to join the conversation until I jumped in when it turned to race—then I could barely contain myself.
I can think of just once where I felt bored out of my mind. Boring beyond comprehension in my current life as a hustling New Yorker, the time was a much-needed boot camp in doing nothing.