The Walt Disney Org Chart

Posted on January 11, 2010 Under Life

This is wild (or wildly awesome). Via Jeff Staple In 1943, five years after it was founded and during the height of World War II, Walt Disney Studios put out an organization chart to explain how the company functioned. What’s fascinating…

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Everything You Need to Know About Sneakers in 1500 Words

Posted on December 9, 2009 Under Fashion

Everything You Need to Know About Sneakers in 1500 Words includes a condensed 150 word history of sneakers, an in-depth list of 40 sneaker books/magazines/movies/blogs/forums, biographies of 10 celebrity sneakerheads, mini-histories of 40 classic sneaker models, and 50 cities to…

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Time For The High Line

Posted on June 12, 2009 Under Travel

It's a nice day for an elevated stroll. Open today is the first section of High Line, a park built on out of commission elevated rail that has been following since the earliest stages its conception. Running from Gansevoort…

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Che: A Graphic Biography

Posted on March 23, 2009 Under Books

While Steven Soderbergh's film Che has gotten mixed reviews on the festival circuit, there's one piece of media, Che: A Graphic Biography, that provides an indisputably great snapshot of the Argentinian Marxist revolutionary's life and death. Created by longtime cartoonist…

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