With television on the wane and binge watching changing our episodic relationship to programming, where are we to get our daily doses of other people’s lives? Look no further than your status feed.
Emmanuel Hapsis studied creative writing at University of Maryland, College Park and went on to receive his MFA in the field from California College of the Arts. After a few years of odd jobs, he landed at KQED, where he worked his way up from an intern to being the lead producer of a literature podcast and then the creator and editor of KQED Pop. In his free time, he teaches yoga and sings his heart out at karaoke.
Emmanuel Hapsis's Latest Posts
Young girl turns customer rep’s plaintive cries into a candidate for Song of the Summer 2014.
Make your Thursday feel like Friday with this match made in heaven, whose internet greatness hasn’t been seen since Ryan Gosling turned feminist.
Time flies when you’re spicing up your life.
The lineup is here at last! Here’s a playlist to get you pumped for this year’s festival!
Jason Jones of The Daily Show speaks to some Google Glass Explorers about how hard their lives are.
A man trapped in an empty airport overnight turns lemons into lemonade by filming a rendition of Celine Dion’s “All By Myself.”
We accept the art we think we deserve. If the viral nature of this Sia/Lena Dunham collaboration is any indication, we don’t think we deserve very much.
Sacramento experimental hip hop group pulls a Beyonce, adds Bjork.