Mediagasm Is Moving!

January 2, 2008 - Leave a Response

So come February, anyone who reads this blog will start doing so at a newer, better location! The soon-to-launch NINE1SIX Magazine is going to be a great online publication, and they want Mediagasm as part of their team! The details on location are still a bit fuzzy, but NINE1SIX is located at (though they aren’t launched yet.)

Hope to see you all at our new location!


Generagasm Review of My Trip to San Francisco: A Collection

November 11, 2006 - Leave a Response

In the small town that I live in, there’s really only one thing that the younger generation does for fun:

We leave.

After a long week of almost being fired, having way too much homework and two exams for school, and dealing with family issues, what better way to refresh yourself than to do just that. Traveling is a love of mine, discovered recently. After my week from hell last week, my boyfriend decided that we needed to get away for the weekend, and we did just that. Most people have heard of San Francisco at one point or another, and it happens to be one of my favorite places to go. The weather is always amazing (I love the cool, the fog, and the rain), you can hold hands with someone of the same gender in the streets and rarely get a dirty look, and the diversity and rich culture of the city means that there is a huge variety of things to do. I’d like to share a number of places we went with you all.

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Generagasm Review of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

November 11, 2006 - Leave a Response

Today I had the pleasure of taking a tour of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. As this was the first art museum that I have ever attended, needless to say it was an impressive experience. I had heard many good reviews from friends about the museum, so while in San Francisco for the weekend I decided that the MOMA would be a priority.

Just entering the museum is impressive as the whole things is built in such a way that it is almost a work of art in and of itself. It’s organized into different categories by it’s floors, dividing exhibits and art mediums, and has a central empty space running from the ground floor all the way to the ceiling of the 5th.

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