Coachella. I want to go to there. Very sad I can’t this year.
Saving all my money to spend 4 months in Brazil and Argentina is a tough first world life, guys.

Coachella. I want to go to there. Very sad I can’t this year.

Saving all my money to spend 4 months in Brazil and Argentina is a tough first world life, guys.

I’m suffering from that thing when you go on vacation and it was so amazing that you make yourself think you really want to live there for awhile, even though it might just be that the weather was really great and you were with fantastic people, so really you’re probably too much of a baby to brave winter. …Maybe.

All I’m saying is New York was a magical dream this weekend. (and I’m terrible for not taking more photos).

I almost always think of positive things in my future as montages to songs I love. Right now it’s to this one. San Francisco, dancing, flirting and old friends.

(And Tumblr just blew my mind because I found out this is the exact same song as Keegan Dewitt put out a few years ago, not just vaguely similar. Probably because he’s IN THE BAND. And I have mutual friends of both him and his band mate. This is why I didn’t use my music business degree, because paying attention to this is not my top priority.)

No seriously, I used to be able to post notes on other people’s posts. I know it’s been a week or two since I’ve used you Tumblr, but I swear I’m not crazy. I feel so lost and alone. Sob.

tedx:

Michael McDaniel & Jared Ficklin are designers at frog design, a firm in Austin, TX responsible for a multitude of products, from ovens to compost systems to apps to breast scanners. At this year’s TEDxAustin, the pair introduced their plan to re-invent urban mass transit through flying cars: high-flying gondolas running via cables stretched over cities — a little bit like ski lifts.

For more information on urban cable and The Wire, watch Michael and Jared’s entire talk, “A mass transport system in the sky” from TEDxAustin 2013.

This is idea is now being passed around Austin as fact that it’s happening. True? Or are we all just a little overexcited, like the time that artist drew a hypothetical Austin subway system and we all cried a little in delight.

Loving anything with Cvrches. Even though the v in their name is pretty ridiculous.