1. Enough said. #crazyrichasians (at Toss Noodle Bar)

    Enough said. #crazyrichasians (at Toss Noodle Bar)

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  3. An initial will signed in 2004 when his eldest son, Cooper, was just 1 year old and daughters Tallulah and Willa had yet to be born, had Hoffman stating that he wanted his son to “be raised in a city with art and culture” and he included certain locations that fit the bill. None of them were Los Angeles.

    Inside Philip Seymour Hoffman’s Final Will: Oscar Winner Didn’t Want Children to Be Trust Fund Kids | E! Online

    …This is actually my favorite part of Philip Seymour Hoffman’s will. Not that he’s not turning his kids directly into trust fund babies, but that he doesn’t count Los Angeles as a city with art and culture.

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  4. .@flimflammery and Tami go for a walk. #scaredydog

    .@flimflammery and Tami go for a walk. #scaredydog

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  5. Thoughts on Snowpiercer.

    This is what happens when you hand over the fate of the world to a socially challenged economist.

    Watching Tilda Swinton, I kept thinking, how was she not in Harry Potter? Apparently, she loathes the Hogwarts Enterprise for glorifying boarding school:

    “I believe Harry Potter fetishizes boarding school for children and I’m loath to say anything good about boarding school.” -To Woman & Home

    Why…

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  6. Girl time.

    Girl time.

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  7. #TBT: That time in ‘63 my dad paid $423 to ride a boat to the US. #mydadisafob and I’m glad he made the trip. 😊 #freshofftheboat #InstaSize #VSCOcam

    #TBT: That time in ‘63 my dad paid $423 to ride a boat to the US. #mydadisafob and I’m glad he made the trip. 😊 #freshofftheboat #InstaSize #VSCOcam

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  8. Unboxing: Why I won’t sign up for subscription style services.

    Unboxing: Why I won’t sign up for subscription style services like #stitchfix or #letote:

    Immediately loved with the Collective Concepts  tank (top right) and Sanctuary dress (bottom right). Just including these postcards really emphasizes Stitch Fix's goal of making women look and feel their best – by *teaching* them how to style themselves.

    An old colleague’s face turned up when I was flipping through my Fast Company backlog the other day: Katrina Lake, CEO/Founder of Stitch Fix, Harvard Business School grad, and former Polyvore intern. Reading about subscription retail services in FC reminded me that I had two invitations to try out such services (for free – that matters), and since my wallet’s on a strict for-wedding-only diet, I…

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  9. More Lorrie Moore.

    More Lorrie Moore. #lorriemoore #agateatthestairs #books #authors

    Short story anthologies became a primary source of discovery for me only in the last year or so. It’s obvious, but they’re often filled with fantastic writers in semi-bite sized pieces. Slow clap for Mayka! McSweeney’s various anthologies, in particular, have been well-curated collections that have led me to my contemporary favorites. Among them: Wells Tower, who does suchgreat weighty lines about…

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  10. Coastal hummingbirdwatching. (at Wild Fish)

    Coastal hummingbirdwatching. (at Wild Fish)

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  11. That’s what made the web what it is," says Simon Khalaf, CEO of the app-analytics company Flurry. "Mobile applications are like TV channels. You make the conscious decision to go from one to another.
    – A new phase at Facebook by Austin Carr, Fast Company

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  12. I love my @BikePretty Satchel!

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