CRISPIN BEST IN POP SERIAL 3
popserial: altlitgossip: Poems here. I like the dog poem
Building a Global Coworking Network by An Xiao... →
colabmanila: “Imagine traveling to a new city and immediately finding yourself with local, trusted working contacts. Imagine prospecting for work in a country 12 time zones away from you and quickly locating multiple potential collaborators. And imagine, more simply, plunking down your laptop, iPad and files at a desk in an unfamiliar part of town and not having to keep a close eye on your...
Contemporary Poets I Like / Need to Look Into More
Chris O. Cook Michael Robbins Anne Carson Tricia Lockwood [This has been a not useful list]
Dossier: Power, Corruption & Lies
britticisms: The Original: A Basket of Roses by Henri Fantin-Latour The Cover Art: Power, Corruption & Lies by New Order Fantin-Latour Etc.: White Roses Vase de Pivoines (Vase of Peonies) How We Consume Our Music Now: Idle Labor by Craft Spells Make You Mine by Best Coast Later Still: Thomas Hauser Nicolas Poillot Alex da Corte Jeremie Egry Raymond...
fsgbooks: Ira Glass reads Etgar Keret’s short...
I don’t know what it is, but I distrust myself when I start to like a girl a...– Richard Brautigan (via whatisabooty) “Programming flowers”
Seller now in terrible straits and needs cash…Are you interested in making a...– Gagosian staff member Sensitivity. (via hydeordie)
The Believer Logger: Interview with Rebecca... →
believermag: In her fierce, one-of-a-kind poetry debut, Love, an Index, Rebecca Lindenberg tells the story of her passionate relationship with Craig Arnold, a much-respected poet who disappeared in 2009 while hiking a volcano in Japan. Here Lindenberg discusses her first book, the debut volume in the… I want to read this book. Great interview.
Enter (I hope) the long sentence: the collection of clauses that is so...– Pico Ayer, “The Writing Life: The point of the long and winding sentence,” Los Angeles Times (via sldistin) Trying to put this into effect I guess
vicemag: “Already there’s a lot of augmented reality bullying on Foursquare. A lot of teenage girls use it to leave mean notes as tips on venues they know their friends or enemies go to. When the target of their attack checks into the venue, they get the mean message.” Whoa
I hope you are enjoying my aggregation this Saturday morning. I am achieving information throughput.
Capital: Anti-nostalgia →
infinitejess: capitalnewyork: “When it comes to “knowing” New York City, the line that I think of is Chaucer’s version of one of the oldest proverbs of antiquity: “The lyf so short, the craft so longe to lerne.” Aw boy, now I want a Chaucer/Tom McGeveran tattoo :( Lyf, Chaucer style.
knguyenknguyen: Pornyo My Neighbor Titoro Princess Bone-onoke Howl’s Moving Asshole Kiki’s Delivery Service
A Tumblr of only details from Medieval manuscripts, with a month devoted solely to the Book of Kells.