The caption from Williams’ article reads: “PDW cartridges: 1 = 5.56×45 NATO; 2 = .30 Carbine; 3 = 9×18 Makarov; 4 = 7.65x17SR (.32 Auto); 5 = 9×19 NATO; 6 = 5.7×28 FN; 7 = 4.6×30 HK; 8 = 5.8×21 Chinese; 9 = 9×19 Russian AP; 10 = 9×21 Russian AP; 11 = .40 S&W; 12 = .45 Auto”The caption reads: “Experimental PDW cartridges: 1 = 5.56mm NATO (for scale); 2 = .22 APG; 3 = .221 Fireball (IMP); 4 = 5.56mm Colt MARS; 5 = 6×35 KAC PDW; 6 = .17 Libra; 7 = .22 SCAMP; 8 = .224 Boz; 9 = .225 JAWS Micro Mag; 10 = .250 JAWS Micro Mag; 11 = .224 VA; 12 = .22 TCM; 13 = .223 Timbs; 14 = 6.5×25 CBJ; 15 = 9×19 (for scale)” Mr.

Williams left off some rounds that could arguably be considered PDW rounds if only by convenience, such as the 5.45×39 (used in the PDW-like AKS-74U), but in terms of rounds designed specifically for PDWs and PDW-like weapons, these two images are shockingly complete.

However, in the event that a larger rifle caliber is adopted and replaces 5.56mm in NATO or the 5.45mm in Russia, the PDW cartridge may well see renewed interest.

Spending her days recording in a studio built inside an abandoned pharmaceutical factory — “I've been wearing scrubs, just to be in harmony with the building's original function” — she’s back at what she does best: forging originality through music (though her eclectic wardrobe — unitards, anyone? “It's exciting to finally have enough experience that we can make recordings sound the way we want on our own terms,” she explained. What are you doing with your life and career right now?

“After spending 2012 circling the planet twice, touring our second album, and a month or so holed up in Montreal over the winter to catch my breath, my bandmate, Patrick Wimberly and I are working on the third Chairlift record.

”Frankly, I'm really curious to see how long I can keep getting away with this.

So far, it's been building very naturally — with intense dedication, of course, but also luck — and I suppose it'll naturally transition into things like art direction, songwriting, scoring — but really, everything about my ‘career’ till this point has been a surprise, so my only solid plan is to prepare to be surprised. Regardless, I will be making music and songs till I'm very, very old.

I have that to look forward to.” What kind of kid were you? ”I was a late bloomer, shrimpy with big ears, terrible time management, a propensity for staying up all night reading or listening to the radio under the covers, obsessed with cats and musicals, into solo sports like horseback riding, skiing, and ice-skating — things that were rhythmic and elegant, and where my own discipline and focus was the playing field.

I don't have the time or money for those sports, anymore, but that love for rhythm and elegance will always be with me.”When you were a kid, what did you think you'd be doing at this age?

And, though we stand for life, love, and the pursuit of personal style, this hot list goes far beyond influencers and starlets, focusing on true pioneers who are forging new paths for the future of their pursuits.

To wit, a political consultant who just happens to star on a controversial TV series, a design duo whose debut collection is already award-winning, and an athlete who KILLS it on the dance floor.

Aside of Chairlift, I've been collaborating with a few other artists, which I can't announce just yet, doing both songwriting and contributing vocals.