1. wellesleyunderground:

    My relationship with technology is intimate and deeply integrated in my thinking and view of the world around me.

    In the mid-1990s, my mother started a company called CompuKidz, teaching children how to use computers. She recognized that technology would shape the future and we can best leverage…


  2. wellesleyunderground:

    I can’t remember exactly when it happened – I’m not sure if it can even be quantified as a moment, or a distinct point in time – but there came a time after I had been on T for a few months and my voice had lowered and I was passing pretty consistently when I realized something:

    I’m a white dude now.

    I had some thoughts on the conversation started by that “Men of Wellesley” article in the Sunday Times this week, and here they are.

  3. stay-strong-mydear:




    kids books, reimagined for 20-somethings

    are you there god? its me the crushing doubt that you exist

    This is utterly genius

    (via imincogneetus)

  6. chenyanqing:

    Don’t have one.

  7. linziehunter.co.uk
  8. gradschoolswag:


    Chill out, BroTank McSkeleton.


  9. interruptmag:

    David Hicks made @interrupt_mag an iPad APP! To celebrate #InterruptNYFW we’re giving away FREE downloads here » http://bit.ly/1lPE2y1


  10. "

    But women can never be careful enough, can we? If we take naked pictures of ourselves, we’re asking for it. If someone can manage to hack into our accounts, we’re asking for it. If we’re not wearing anti-rape nail polish, we’re asking for it. If we don’t take self-defence classes, we’re asking for it. If we get drunk, we’re asking for it. If our skirts are too short, we’re asking for it. If we pass out at a party, we’re asking for it. If we are not hyper-vigilant every single fucking second of every single fucking day, we are asking for it. Even when we are hyper-vigilant, we’re still asking for it. The fact that we exist is asking for it.

    This is what rape culture looks like.

    This is what misogyny looks like.