erikstinson: SENSE EUROPA editor Dan relates a...
I’m just an anthropomorphic hamster!
But as sincere as Hayes’s impassioned pronouncements are, she is also attempting...– I reviewed Sharon Hayes’s exhibition “There’s so much I want to say to you” at the Whitney museum.
Like most New Yorkers of a certain age and a certain time, I inevitably picture...– James Wolcott: Another Soul Exits the Party (via zachbaron)
Illius rubbished stories about the stone’s removal bringing misfortune on...– A Venezuelan tribe says that an art project in Berlin took away their sacred stone. However, the loss of the sacred stone has clearly not impacted their diet. Also ants in spicy sauce, lol. Story here.
iQ by Intel →
jeffdtaylor: Intel steps further into the world of branded content—this time, without Vice’s help. Yuck.
kottke.org: Gawker's Kinja, circa 2003 →
jkottke: Gawker has rebranded their new commenting system…it’s now called Kinja. The name is recycled from a project that Nick Denton worked on with Meg Hourihan starting in 2003. Kinja 1 was an attempt to build a blog aggregator without relying solely on RSS, which was not then ubiquitous. Here’s a…
According to Pavillion’s vice president, Seth Norman Greenberg, a nanny...– The Best Nanny Money Can Buy - NYTimes.com
rickwebb's tumblrmajig: Tumblr →
rickwebb: My friend Diana did a post recently musing on the streaming nature of social media and how sometimes important news can get missed as the events in people’s lives just scroll by. She made a nice post about the basic facts. I liked it. So I’m going to do it too. I left the Barbarian Group… Tech people are creative, do lots of things, work with a lot of people, etc. Why is this...
As I was walking to the train I had that moment I... →
jennydeluxe: I want to live in NYC until I hate it again, by Josh Heller
It matters not at the end of a book where or how you bought it, but that you...– James Bridle’s thoughts on the differences—and similarities—between reading print and ebooks, inspired by finishing Olivia Manning’s Balkan Trilogy. By the way, there are now some 100 NYRB Classics available in ebook format. Have a look at them all here. (via nyrbclassics)
I come back here from somewhere else and unfailingly the mind turns to, “Fuck, how am I possibly going to survive this?” Then it becomes totally normalized in the course of 24 hours.
The New Politic: "A 10,000 Year Keep Out Sign" →
new-politic: Sandia Report: “Expert Judgment on Markers to Deter Inadvertent Human Intrusion into the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant” [Scientists got together in 1991 to determine how to make a 10,000 year “Keep Out” sign for radioactive waste containment, targeted towards whatever sort of life, human or…