Amanda and I have decided to do a weekly round-up of stuff from the internet that we saw and thought was cool, funny, or just plain strange pertaining to books and otherwise. Here’s what’s been interesting this week.
- Dan Deacon talks to Beck about the future of music.
- Maris from Slaughterhouse90210 talks about this year in books.
- The New York Post did something right this week.
- Speaking of NYP, what would you do if you saw someone on the tracks?
- Molasses books may soon let you trade books for beer.
- The David Foster Wallace dictionary.
- Clementine the Hedgehog reviews DFW.
- Pizza Hut Perfume.
- Twitter brings word count of tweets with links down to 118.
- Read Electric Literature’s Recommended Reading every week, you won’t be sorry.
To Look At:
- The Highs and Lows of Bill Murray’s Career.
- 10 beautiful school libraries.
- Rare comics and pictures from Bill Watterson, the man behind Calvin & Hobbes.
- A more mysterious mystery section.
See you next week.
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- thesoundingboard said: I like the ‘round up’ idea. It can be hard to get everything in during the week. This’ll make for some nice Saturday morning reading.
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