McNally Jackson Bookmongers: McNally J's Top 100... →
housingworksbookstore: mcnallyjackson: The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (Steig Larsson) Let the Great World Spin (Colum McCann) The Girl who Played with Fire (Steig Larsson) Just Kids (Patti Smith (hardcover)) Freedom (Jonathan Franzen) Tinkers (Paul Harding) Just Kids (Patti Smith (paperback)) Life (Keef Richards) Little Bee… Housing Works Bookstore Cafe’s top titles of 2011: 1. A...
The Phantom Tollbooth” is not just a manifesto for learning; it is a manifesto...– Norton Juster’s “The Phantom Tollbooth” at 50 : The New Yorker This is just a really great article about a really great book. (via ryeisenberg)
This American Life
neil-gaiman: If you go to http://www.thisamericanlife.org/radio-archives/episode/448/adventure you can hear the ADVENTURE episode of This American Life. You should listen to the whole thing. It’s wonderful. If you are overly eager to hear my bit, it’s at the end, 54 minutes in. But then go back and listen to the rest of the show.
I think there should be an Occupy Gallifrey. “Because 0.000001% of the people...– http://twitter.com/#!/neilhimself/status/123427299734462464 (via neil-gaiman)
The basis for this new cybernetic was the belief that advances in modern science...– page 7 from “Neuropolitique” by Timothy Leary with Robert Anton Wilson and George Koopman (1561840122)