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Film & EntertainmentWorld of ReelMay 30, 2024
One of the great French filmmakers of the last 30+ years has come out of retirement for, at least, one more film. Catherine Breillat’s “Last Summer,” which screened at Cannes…
Homesteading & NatureBeardy Guy MusingsMay 30, 2024
My Siri Confession Amongst the Apple nerds and pundits, Siri is one of the most disliked Apple technologies. It’s been a constant complaint for years. “I found this on the…
TechnologyDSHR’s BlogMay 30, 2024
The fundamental idea behind Bitcoin is that, if you restrict the supply of something, its price will rise. That is why the system arranges that there will only ever be…
Research & ScienceSabine Hossenfelder: BackreactionMay 30, 2024
Quantum physics could revolutionize everything… at least that’s what some news headlines would have you believing. For those with a few billion dollars to spare to invest in the next…
Personalkottke.orgMay 30, 2024
Bill McKibben reviews an exhibition with “images of climate change that cannot be missed”. “We’re still early enough in this battle that, if we act decisively, we can limit the…
TechnologyAdactio: JournalMay 30, 2024
Web Content Accessibility Guidelines—or WCAG—looks very daunting. It’s a lot to take in. It’s kind of overwhelming. It’s hard to know where to start. I recommend taking a deep breath…
Art & ArtistsCendrine Marrouat – ArtistMay 30, 2024
This review was written in response to the Critique Challenge organized by Vocal in August 2023. I combined it with Judey Kalchik's #BookReviewHaiku Challenge. Click to continue reading “If This…
TechnologyDon’t Worry About the VaseMay 30, 2024
Tomorrow I will fly out to San Francisco, to spend Friday through Monday at the LessOnline conference at Lighthaven in Berkeley. If you are there, by all means say hello.…
PhotographyIsland in the NetMay 30, 2024
These woodpeckers are skilled climbers, using their stiff tail feathers for support as they move vertically along tree trunks and branches.
PersonalTeacher TomMay 30, 2024
var addthis_config = {"data_track_clickback":true}; "The real world consequences of imaginary dangers -- that's what I'm trying to fight." Lenore Skenazy, founder of the Free Range Kids movement and Let Grow, tells me…
Digital GardensDerek’s Digital GardenMay 30, 2024
Tedcore is a charitable way to describe what I’d call self-help circle jerk. This article about the phenomenon is brilliant. I’ll quote the intro but recommend reading the whole thing:
Art & ArtistsGurney JourneyMay 30, 2024
Someone must have set up this target for archery practice. It's in a lonely place way down below a high bridge.
Music & AudioDisquietMay 30, 2024
Each Thursday in the Disquiet Junto music community, a new compositional challenge is set before the group’s members, who then have five days to record and upload a track in…
TechnologyGreg MorrisMay 30, 2024
This must be the period for spontaneity because after last weekends trip to Nottingham, today we just decided to head to the seaside for a couple of hours after work.…
Poets & Writers & BooksKristin Berkey-AbbottMay 30, 2024
I never got to my writing tasks yesterday.  There was some internet disruption, which I tried to troubleshoot for 45 minutes, and which cleared up suddenly, probably due to nothing…
CultureRasterWeb! (since 1997)May 30, 2024
Press record, press it again...
Poets & Writers & BooksThe Morning PorchMay 30, 2024
Unseasonably cool. When the sun comes out, I can see that the breeze is freighted with bits of down and other plant parts—all the detritus of blooms and booms.
CultureVintage EverydayMay 30, 2024
In 1941, American photographer Philippe Halsman met the surrealist artist Salvador Dalí in New York City and they began to collaborate in the late 1940s. The 1948 work Dalí Atomicus…
Research & ScienceLanguage LogMay 30, 2024
I've been scarce here for a while, due to moving (for a year, while the Quadrangle is reconstructed) and dealing with some overdue professional obligations. Time will continue to be…
Poets & Writers & BooksThe New Leaf JournalMay 30, 2024
I photographed a dove sitting atop a sculpture in the Long Island City Noguchi Museum's Sculpture Garden. At the time, however, I said "dove on rock."
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