My homies find the perfect way to tell Anders Breivik to go fuck himself.
A new translation of Theodor Fontane, with great pictures of Stirling Castle.
The list of the covers of the e-books of the knockoffs of The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo.
Saul Bass was a genius. What, you don’t believe me? How about some more examples?
“Ward-heeling with incense.” Genius. Just genius.
Racing stats? Racing stats?
Douglas Trumbull, the visual effects pioneer behind Blade Runner and 2001: A Space Odyssey, talks about the cinema of the future. What will it be like to watch The Hobbit in its higher-resolution version?
I left my hardanger in San Francisco.
Tales from a radio obsessive.
Mining the sky — a few links, a few thoughts.
Want a free Monster? Of course you do. And here it is.
“I defy any writer to move to Paris and not be posing like Hemingway in a café within the first few months. I had that kind of Lost Generation love when I first moved to Paris. Actually, I wrote about this in an essay for the Huffington Post years ago, about the way that hanging out in cafés and pretending to be a writer like Hemingway actually did make me a writer. I wouldn’t necessarily have self-identified as a writer before I studied abroad in Paris. I was more of a reader than a writer. But I guess if you pretend to do something for a while, you realize that, oh, wow, that was just a way to do get to something that I guess I secretly wanted to do.”
That is one deserted highway.
Having fun with a feeb.
Don’t steal art.
Is watching this video really worth three minutes of your life? Once you know, it will be too late.
“Eric Danville, author of The Complete Linda Lovelace, and a technical adviser on the Amanda Seyfried film, once asked Lovelace: ‘Why did you join up with feminists trying to ban porn instead of feminists trying to fight domestic abuse?’ Lovelace’s response? ‘The people fighting domestic abuse never approached me. Catherine [MacKinnon] was the first person to really approach me’ says much about how she led her life. Dance with the one that brought you.”