It’s hard to know where to start. When it was announced that Wonder Woman would be getting her own movie years ago, I was excited that the debut would coincide with the year I anticipated graduating from my MBA program. A year and a half ago I was excited that the movie debut would coincide… Read More
Check out our photos taken from the ground at the Women’s March on Washington, including: crowds, funny signs, pink hats, Princess Leia, and a whole lot of kick-ass activists. For more of Lindsey’s trip to the Women’s March, check out her videos from before and during the march! Want to keep up with Her Story Arc?… Read More
Four hours of sleep and the madness really begins. We’ve been warned there’s no service in downtown, so my updates will be delayed. Have a safe March everyone! Want to follow Lindsey as she attends the Women’s March in DC? Like us on Facebook.
The countdown begins. Tomorrow over a million women around the planet will be marching in solidarity towards a more equal future. I bought my plane ticket on November 12th to the then-nascent women’s protest in Washington DC, just four days after the presidential election results shocked (at least some parts) of the nation. The decision to go… Read More
“You, and everyone you know, were built to gratify the desires of the people who pay to visit your world. What if I told you you can’t hurt the newcomers, and that they can do anything they want … to you?” These chilling words are repeated often to the “hosts” by their programmers in Westworld.… Read More
Interstellar (2014) is one of those films that doesn’t suggest in the trailers that it’s going to be as complicated as it is. I still don’t understand what happened or how it all worked, but that’s usually a given with Christopher Nolan films – I’ve watched Inception (2010) many times but still don’t really get that. In… Read More