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This aerial tour of Apple’s new campus in Cupertino is kind of crazy. I knew it was going to be massive, but I didn’t know just how large and dominating it would be. The video (shot on a drone) by Matthew Roberts shows the work and progress that has been done up until pretty much today, but there’s still a lot left to finish before employees begin to move into the space in early 2017. I’ve actually driven by parts of this every now and then since this is in my backyard, and sometimes it’s a little overwhelming. I realize I work in tech and some of these things should still feel normal to me, but after three years, some parts of are a lot to take in.
I actually can’t wait to see all the articles that will be on this space after its completion.
*for real, I almost just wrote “Best, Katie” instead of Source…because that’s how many emails I’ve been writing lately.
Ahh! Happy Saturday! We had a total lazy day today that consisted of sleeping in until 11:00 AM, running errands, watching our favorite movies (Definitely, Maybe, Dear John, and How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days,) and WORKING! I got to have an entire week to myself at home and I was loving it. We’re also leaving for Boston on Wednesday on a ridiculous 6:00 AM flight so I needed all the sleep I could get today.
I don’t know how I got Rilo Kiley into my head this week, but I was craving this album today. I still remember being 17 and listening to this album over and over and over and over again on repeat after it came out. Every song is a jam and listening to this today made me miss this album so much! It’s really nothing like the music I listen to today and I’m not sure why that is because it’s such a gem. Enjoy! Start from the beginning – don’t shuffle – and listen to it all the way through.
Oh my goodness, it has been a long time since I’ve stumbled across a wedding video that I have fallen absolutely in love with. Eileen and Brian – what a stunning couple! I felt like I was watching this magnificent vintage wedding film that really pulled me into the setting with them. What I love about this film is that it was a lot more calm than what we’re used to seeing. We all know how much I love those high-energy packed wedding videos, but it’s nice – every once in awhile – to watch one that takes a step back. I found myself really enjoying this and I think you all will too.
We are obsessed. These photos and video are from Branch + Cole.
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This past spring, a few friends and I decided to check out the Pace Gallery in Menlo Park and we’re now sharing a couple of photos from the exhibit. For a couple months before that, I had seen tons of photos from people that were visiting and I just couldn’t wait any longer to see it in person. Let me just say that Menlo Park is not an exciting city. It’s the home to Facebook, sure, but it’s mostly just families residing here and stuff, but this is THE coolest thing in this city and it makes a ton of people flock to it so that they can all get cool Instagram photos.
I swear to you – when I arrived – everyone was dressed like a fashion blogger and that’s not something you usually see in Menlo Park. All that aside, the gallery is pretty cool. It was fun to stop by and it felt like it was right in my neighborhood since I didn’t have to drive all the way up to the city for it. It probably takes about an hour to go through it all, which is a comfortable amount of time. There’s also a separate building for a kids’ exhibit, but most of the adults enjoy going there too.
300 El Camino Real, Menlo Park, CA 94025