New Blogs: Food, Nearsightedness

Some new Wes bloggers added to our bloglist (Wes 2.0 on the sidebar):

Daniel Meyer ’08 is a new contributor to New York Times food writer Mark Bittman‘s blog, “Bitten“. From Meyer’s first entry:

Daniel Meyer is a Boston native who graduated from Wesleyan University this past May and promptly moved to Brooklyn. He’s currently working at Greene Grape Provisions in Fort Greene and for Flying Pigs Farm, and with this initial post, appears to be destined to become a Bitten regular.

Check it out if you are into delicious things.

Conor Byrne ’11 has a culture blog called “SQUINTING“, in which he writes through the lens of a bespectacled person “viewing the finer things in life through strabismus-inflected eyes”:

Conor Byrne is a 19-year-old sophomore at Wesleyan University. He enjoys the finest in film, music, art, dining, style, and gadgetry, and plans to share his interests on this very webpage, mostly for the personal purpose of keeping track of stuff he thinks is cool. Peruse, ponder, and enjoy.

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6 thoughts on “New Blogs: Food, Nearsightedness

  1. Anonymous

    Daniel’s post is really interesting; I wish I could write like that. Conor’s blog, though, seems like just another in a long series of people harnessing the power of the internet in order to inflict their banality on others. There’s not an original sentiment or clever thought on it, and I don’t think it needed to be linked to here.

  2. Anonymous

    Daniel’s post is really interesting; I wish I could write like that. Conor’s blog, though, seems like just another in a long series of people harnessing the power of the internet in order to inflict their banality on others. There’s not an original sentiment or clever thought on it, and I don’t think it needed to be linked to here.

  3. Anonymous

    Daniel’s post is really interesting; I wish I could write like that. Conor’s blog, though, seems like just another in a long series of people harnessing the power of the internet in order to inflict their banality on others. There’s not an original sentiment or clever thought on it, and I don’t think it needed to be linked to here.

  4. Anonymous

    Daniel’s blogpost makes me wonder how he managed to get through 4 years at Wes without being driven mad by the lack of quality food.

  5. Anonymous

    Daniel’s blogpost makes me wonder how he managed to get through 4 years at Wes without being driven mad by the lack of quality food.

  6. Anonymous

    Daniel’s blogpost makes me wonder how he managed to get through 4 years at Wes without being driven mad by the lack of quality food.

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