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Camp Wandawega: Summer Camp For Adults

“Lodgings that offer comfortable beds, air conditioning, modern plumbing, and protection from predators are a dime a dozen,” reads Camp Wandawega’s Manifesto of Low Expectations. Its owners used to go to summer camp here, bought it and set about returning it to its former dilapidation. Read more… Continue Reading from the Source

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Airstream Sport 22 Travel Trailer Review [w/video]

Filed under: New Car Reviews Airstream has been making luxurious campers with Iconic styling for decades. We take a smaller travel trailer out to see what keeps the legend living. Continue reading Airstream Sport 22 Travel Trailer Review [w/video] Airstream Sport 22 Travel Trailer Review [w/video] originally appeared on Autoblog on Tue, 30 Jun 2015 [...]

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“Silicon Valley”‘s Season 2 finale finally balances the best and the worst of the modern tech industry

Having spent the last week reporting from Bonnaroo and helping to put on the tech conference-cum-whiskey party Pandoland in Nashville, you’ll have to forgive me for filing my review of Silicon Valley‘s Season 2 finale five whole days after it aired. Not that the broader sphere of cultural criticism was in some dire need of another blogger’s recap [...]

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[Event Review] Why Mysteryland USA Is The Festival Of The Future

Mysteryland is the longest-running dance festival, and Mysteryland USA is quickly becoming the festival of the future. The festival blends art & culture, diverse musical talent, unbelievable food and a tight-knit community on the former grounds of the legendary Woodstock Festival. We experienced this unique festival this past Memorial Day Weekend, and had a chance [...]

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“These aren’t real journalists, Richard. They’re tech journalists.” Last night’s “Silicon Valley,” reviewed

In every arena where money and power collide to create that amorphous entity known as “influence,” there’s a potential for the journalists who cover it to become corrupted. Whether in politics, finance, or increasingly tech, the closer a reporter comes to her sources and subjects, the greater the opportunity for favoritism. Granted, a reporter can certainly learn [...]

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2016 Mitsubishi Outlander First Drive

Filed under: Mitsubishi, Crossover, Budget Mitsubishi is updating its compact Outlander in the middle of a crossover boom. But too little might be too late, in this case. Continue reading 2016 Mitsubishi Outlander First Drive 2016 Mitsubishi Outlander First Drive originally appeared on Autoblog on Fri, 05 Jun 2015 11:58:00 EST. Please see our terms [...]

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2016 Ferrari 488 GTB First Drive

Filed under: Ferrari, First Drives, Coupe Ferrari’s successor to the amazing 458 Italia, the 2016 488 GTB, is wicked fast, but lacks the aural and visual thrills of its predecessor. Continue reading 2016 Ferrari 488 GTB First Drive 2016 Ferrari 488 GTB First Drive originally appeared on Autoblog on Thu, 04 Jun 2015 19:01:00 EST. [...]

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“Ex Machina” brilliantly captures the horror and hubris of the modern tech CEO

(If you live in New York, you can still catch Ex Machina on the big screen at Nitehawk Cinema. It’s definitely worth seeing in a theater, and also Nitehawk is the best).  If somebody told you the basic plot but little else about the 2015 science fiction film Ex Machina, you’d be forgiven for thinking, well, that the [...]

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After years of bad blogging and PR hackery, Dan Lyons improbably writes one of “Silicon Valley”’s best episodes yet

   Here at Pando, we’ve put Dan Lyons’ feet to the fire on a number of occasions. And not without good reason: His writing at Valleywag was mean, humorless, and — the most unforgivable sin of all for a writer — dull. He was fond of phrases like, “The jokes write themselves.” (Sorry, Dan, they don’t). And while the zeitgeist [...]

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Black Box – Ride On Time (Eche Palante Rework)

Dancing Astronaut – EDM, trap, techno, deep house, dubstep If Miami based DJ and producer Eche Palante is any indication, the future of dance music looks bright indeed. Having already played at mega clubs like Hakkasan, XS and Eve, the young up-and-comer has the behind-the-decks experience and crowd-reading talent of artists with far more years [...]

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2015 Ford Transit Connect Wagon

Filed under: Ford, New Car Reviews, Minivan/Van We test the 2015 Transit Connect Wagon and find it to be a vastly improved, more well-rounded approach to Ford’s small, passenger van formula. Continue reading 2015 Ford Transit Connect Wagon 2015 Ford Transit Connect Wagon originally appeared on Autoblog on Thu, 28 May 2015 11:58:00 EST. Please [...]

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