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Décor Inspiration : The French Manoir, Chevaigné-du-Maine, France

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A Modern & Sophisticated Park Avenue Apartment

Designed for a couple with three small children, the firm wanted to create a classic space that still felt young. French, Italian, and English antiques intermingled with the clients’ contemporary art collection amongst velvet sofas, skirted tables and canopy beds…

Notes from the Weekend & a Few Lovely Links

JUST FINISHED READING The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood and am entirely unsure how I feel about it. Having never seen the recent television series by Bruce Miller (with no desire to), am still pondering whether or not I even liked it. It started off well enough (could hardly put it down, actually), but as »

News 10.21.19 : Today’s Articles of Interest from Around the Internets

AGI stands for artificial general intelligence, a hypothetical computer program that can perform intellectual tasks as well as, or better than, a human. AGI will be able to complete discrete tasks, such as recognising photos or translating languages, which are the single-minded focus of the multitude of artificial intelligences (AIs) that inhabit our phones and computers. But it will also add, subtract, play chess and speak French. It will also understand physics papers, compose novels, devise investment strategies and make delightful conversation with strangers. It will monitor nuclear reactions, manage electricity grids and traffic flow, and effortlessly succeed at everything else. AGI will make today’s most advanced AIs look like pocket calculators.

Playlist 10.20.19 : Five Songs for the Weekend

Following the release of her March debut record ‘Miss Universe’, West London’s Nilüfer Yanya has shared a brand new reworking of album cut ‘Heat Rises’. With a different structure, additional production, an entirely new mix, and some numbers in the title because why tf not, ‘H34T RISES’ is the fantastic result.

News 10.18.19 : Today’s Articles of Interest from Around the Internets

The Way of the Critic IN 2012, New York Times film critic Anthony “Tony” Scott ’87 (writing under his byline, A.O. Scott) reviewed a big Hollywood release, The Avengers. He praised some aspects of the movie and bemoaned others, specifically “its sacrifice of originality on the altar of blockbuster.” Scott called The Avengers “a snappy »

Life Lately: A Move to the English Countryside

Recently, had told you about our trip from Spain to the south of France, Scotland and the English countryside in late May, early June. It was during this trip that we fell in love (again) with the countryside and thought it might be time to do something completely different than we’ve done before.

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