Never a good idea to argue against grammar. Especially when the argument is purely aesthetic and actually changes the meaning of the piece to something that was not intended.
One of my favorite record labels (home of Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings, Charles Bradley, Budos Band, etc) just celebrated their 10th anniversary. Here’s a little mini-doc.
Working US hours from Europe has flipped my day. Mornings are now for leisure and evenings for working. This completely changes what that leisure time is spent on. Most days I work from 1pm to 9pm here in Spain, which translates to 6am to 2pm Chicago time. That gives me all the time before lunch to enjoy the light of day and all the activities that encourages. I find myself more interested in working out, more eager to read books, and generally infused with more energy for both physical and mental activities.I totally, totally, totally identify with how this could be true.
Flipping the day - (37signals)
Looks pretty incredible. I can see getting a lot of use out of this while traveling and/or with the speakerphone option.
(via Hidden Radio & BlueTooth Speaker — Kickstarter)
At Coney Island, 2006
I love the idea of this, especially in urban areas.
(via The Fox Is Black » An icy stream flows down Roombeek Street)