Ready Set DC

My feelings about DC are more ambivalent, and rather less boosterish, than the sentiments expressed in this video. But anyone who lives here should check out ReadysetDC.

I'm going to keep an eye on the site. Here's hoping they are right, and that developments in the cultural landscape will make living here seem a little more interesting than it has been, so far.

The ReadysetDC Manifesto from ReadysetDC on Vimeo.


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