Thomas Pynchon’s newest book, “Bleeding Edge,” is releasing September 17th. If you are interested in reading it as part of a group, drop a note in the comments below and I will reach out to you. The group will have a secret board on Goodreads for talking to each other, and will likely meet in person in Seattle a couple of times over a couple of months post-syndication.
Striking new tower-like sculpture from Do Ho Suh.
[via Karma: A Tower of Blinded Men Rising into the Sky by Do Ho Suh | Colossal]
Massive Eggplant Attack. Carrot high hat.
Why? Because he can.
[j.viewz playing Teardrop with vegetables (by ViewzOfficial)]
I’m taking bets on the first Richard III adaptation we’ll see with “scientific verisimilitude of disability.”
A skeleton with a cleaved skull and a curved spine entombed under a car park is that of Richard III, archaeologists said on Monday, solving a 500-year-old mystery about the final resting place of the last English king to die in battle.
Check out the full story on Reuters.
Over the last 6 or 7 years, I’ve taken many thousands of photos while traveling, generally on one international trip per year. Videos like this India travelogue are making me think I should focus on shooting video instead.
Logistically speaking, do any of you have experience trying to shoot video for several weeks at a time? Do you have to take a computer to offload to, or do you just take lots of storage cards with you?
Definitely worth a look. Stay strange everyone.