Misogynist Kevin Nguyen gives a rundown of the pros and cons of dating some of indie rock’s most desirable females. Dating the Women of Indie Rock
An apologetic note about the recent site-related complications. Editor’s Note: Ouch!
Kevin Nguyen debates whether voters should elect candidates based on their personal demands on the needs of the greater society. Conscientious Voting
Easter is a widely celebrated holiday with some bizarre traditions. Holiday expert Kevin Nguyen explains the connections between Jesus, Peeps, and Yahtzee. Easter? Easter!
Apple fanboy Kevin Nguyen runs into trouble when his reliance on the iPhone grows to unmanageable proportions, and his favorite device becomes self-aware. The iPhone and My Demise: A Cautionary Tale
Kevin Nguyen talks reincarnation, Cheetos, and dwarf stars with a personified religious pamphlet. Please Consider That You Could Be Wrong
Though writing and layout have traditionally been separated, McSweeney’s fanboy Kevin Nguyen discusses the importance of typographic elements in modern fiction. Why Authors Should Understand Typography
And we don’t mean “trash talking through your headset” social. Pseudo-rockstar Kevin Nguyen sees Rock Band, the unofficial, full-band successor to Guitar Hero, as the future direction of videogames: a social activity. Anyone Can Play Guitar: “Rock Band” Makes Videogames Social
Known for his “Don Juan” vanity license plate, Kevin Nguyen shares his surefire tips for a successful date. Everything You Need to Know About Dating
This is the eleventh installment in a series of essays by globe-trotter Kevin Nguyen, who is currently studying at Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic. With good holiday spirits, Kevin attempts to wrap his head around Czech Christmas traditions, which involve rope, blackface, magical pigs, and the Second Coming. Czech Republic: Christmas Time is Here
This is the tenth installment in a series of essays by globe-trotter Kevin Nguyen, who is currently studying at Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic. Suffering from the falling U.S. dollar, Kevin goes Christmas shopping at the country’s strangest chain of bargain stores. Czech Republic: Bankrot
This is the ninth installment in a series of essays by globe-trotter Kevin Nguyen, who is currently studying at Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic. Many bands sing about change, but few ever really impact the country’s political climate. Inspired by a simple desire to make music, Czech psychedelic rock outfit the Plastic People of the Universe accidentally became directly responsible for the Velvet Revolution. Czech Republic: Rock ‘n Roll Revolution or How a Psychedelic Rock Band Freed a Country from the Tyranny of Communism