A bird seems trapped in my stairwell.
Driving for the first time in a very long while through Garden City and neighboring areas during these past days, I experienced first-hand the impacts on traffic of the eight walls erected by state authorities across various downtown Cairo streets. This gave rise to this post with some reflections on how these walls affect our civic consciousness and lives in our city.
Introducing a new local band and their music – I give you:
A milestone is crossed on my track to freelancing; a post about my renewed sense of confidence and excitement.
Looking for online resources on the subject of script writing I came across this interesting find.
Sometimes those drinkify recommendations don’t seem too innocent; here’s their suggestion to Nine Inch Nails.
I only recently made use of the “lomohomes” feature on lomography.com – a photo hosting service for analogue and lomo enthusiasts.
Despite having invested some time and effort in building a personalized blog for my Holga photos, I find myself just loving their new home. Here’s a brief discussion why (click through for a link to the new lomohome).
Presentation of the newest book on my I-want-it-! list – The Monuments of Historic Cairo: A Map and Descriptive Catalogue
My review of Thomas Pynchon’s The Crying of Lot 49.
How a casual offer to help out a friend ended up sort of starting me a new line of freelancing “business” (I still have trouble referring to it as such without the quotation marks).
My review of Michael Chabon’s Wonder Boys
Is Bouthaina Kamal taken at all seriously by the voters or is she looked at as a token female presidential candidate?