Friday, May 15, 2015

ALL THE THINGS I LIKED ON THE INTERNET THIS WEEK { VOL 13 }


{ 2000 calories at Ruth's Chris Steakhouse }

Look what a good job I'm doing! A roundup two weeks in a row, again! As I look forward to another sunny warm weekend in New York, I'm thinking about traveling, eating and #boyz. So on that note, here are this week's links, of which a few too many are from The New York Times, but like, whatever. They have decided to be somewhat relevant again, so I'm obliging. 
Well, we ruined it. TULUM IS OFFICIALLY THE WILLIAMSBURG OF MEXICO. Ugh. 
Before it becomes the new Cancun, LET'S GO TO CUBA. As The New York Times reports, it's getting easier and easier to get there. 
If you were wondering about the state of journalism, you'll want to read this story from New York magazine on the new (and sort of revolutionary? but also scary) DEAL BETWEEN THE NEW YORK TIMES AND FACEBOOK to publish exclusive content on the social network. Yep. 
Have you ever wondered WHAT 2000 CALORIES OF FOOD ACTUALLY LOOKS LIKE? The New York Times has colorful, fun photographs of meals from places like Chipotle and Cheesecake Factory and facts that will blow your mind... and maybe your appetite, too. 
We all know that "The Politician" from Sex and the City went on to become the iconic Roger Sterling on Mad Men. Here are 20 SATC BOYFRIENDS THEN AND NOW. You didn't know you cared, but you do. 
"The KonMari Method" is swelling in popularity, so much so that ECONOMISTS ARE STUDYING HER APPROACH TO TIDYING and what a deep connection it has with human psychology.  
Apparently the NYT is providing all the links I wanted this week, and this Modern Love piece, SWEARING OFF THE MODERN MAN, is sweet and real and sad and heartening at the same time.

1 comment:

  1. So many great links - I will have to mark this page {and come back when little children don't need my attention}

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