TEDx in Baltimore on Nov 5! Be sure to visit http://www.tedxmidatlantic.com for more info & to register @tedxmidatlantic
If so inclined: Please vote daily for my blog http://j.mp/g2pNp in the “Pop Culture” & “Misfits” categories. Thanks for your support!
Looking forward to PodCamp Philly (Oct. 3-4th) http://www.podcampphilly.com/
Western skies in gorgeous HD timelapse video by @timescapes http://bit.ly/XG1ow (via @ettagirl & @petapixel)
Scott Timberg celebrates Glenn Gould as, among other things, “the best hangover medicine I know” http://bit.ly/UHJR6
Baltimore’s bookish twitterati are invited to gather this Saturday: http://j.mp/1berPr #BBFTweetup.
Redwood Giants in National Geographic: read this post to understand http://j.mp/sJZyJ, then click-through to the stunning image
David Byrne: an appreciation and retrospective http://bit.ly/1a0cbz
If you like Edward Gorey, you will probably enjoy this wonderful little video http://bit.ly/z1IXP
Continuing test of feed distribution →
another check of how all this will look when syndicated
Things being killed by the Internet →
A list that is partly celebratory, partly elegiac…
A compelling and politically ambiguous song by a band from Belarus. Interesting video too.
An introduction to “Endless Forms” -...
Is the NYT's Manohla Dargis calling Mike Judge a...
This prickly NYT review of Mike Judge’s new film Extract sounds like an oblique accusation of racism. Am I wrong? I haven’t seen the film yet, of course, but something tells me that this indirect smear will seem all the more ridiculous once I have seen Extract.
The New Voice of the Humanities →
Inside Higher Ed interviews Jim Leach, the new Chairman of the National Endowment for the Humanities.