Sunday 2 February 2014


Photo via Esquire.

Esquire Magazine welcome us all to the future, a future in which we can all (finally?) be porn stars. "Sex With Google Glass is a new App set to revitalise your frankly analogue sex life by enabling you to star in your own porn movie. In short, you’re going to be able to: film your sex from every angle using your glasses and your iPhone, swipe between views, see the action through each other’s eyes, turn the lights off and play music (with voice command) and get suggestions for your next position." Read full article in Esquire. E.T.P. 4'

Photo: Postcard by PaperChase. The Procrastinator (some) Times archives.

Sarah Horowitz in Fast Company talks about how American freelancers are redefining the term success and how there is a radical ongoing shift happening in America's economy and work culture. I honestly hope she's right. "The nation’s 42 million freelancers are rewriting the definition of success--and it has nothing to do with gold watches, but everything to do with time. Independent workers are establishing a new way to work--and in the process, they’re cultivating a new way of life. Success in 2014 is less about wealth than it is about value--the value of time, community, and well-being."

Photo: Katie Hill and Arin Andrews Bruce Weber via Dazed Digital

Inspiring, innovative and brave. Barneys New York has chosen 17 transgendered models to front its SS14 campaign and catalogue. "Photographed by Bruce Weber in New York, the Brothers, Sisters, Sons & Daughters campaign features both models and non-professionals from all over the trans spectrum . . . 10 per cent of all Barneys sales from February 11 will also be donated to the National Center for Transgender Equality and the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Community Center. Both organisations partnered with Barneys to create the campaign." Read full article in Dazed Digital. E.T.P. 6'

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