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Annoyed by Restaurant Playlists, a Master Musician Made His Own - The New York Times
“Who chose this? Whose decision of mixing this terrible roundup? Let me do it. Because your food is as good as the beauty of Katsura Rikyu.” (He meant the thousand-year-old palatial villa in Kyoto, built to some degree on the aesthetic principles of imperfections and natural circumstances known as wabi-sabi.) “But the music in your restaurant is like Trump Tower.”
ryuichi_sakamoto  nytimes  restaurant  music  musician  composer  nyc  japanese  ippodo  kokage  kajitsu  soundtrack  2018  2010s 
july 2018 by cluebucket
Inside One of America’s Last Pencil Factories - The New York Times
"Since 1889, the General Pencil Company has been converting huge quantities of raw materials (wax, paint, cedar planks, graphite) into products you can find, neatly boxed and labeled, in art and office-supply stores across the nation: watercolor pencils, editing pencils, sticks of charcoal, pastel chalks. Even as other factories have chased higher profit margins overseas, General Pencil has stayed put, cranking out thousands upon thousands of writing instruments in the middle of Jersey City."
christopher_payne  photo  photography  image  2018  2010s  1889  1880s  nytimes  pencil  factory  new_jersey  manufacturing  general_pencil 
january 2018 by cluebucket
Sarah Polley: The Men You Meet Making Movies - The New York Times
i - love - sarah - polley

"The implication wasn’t subtle. I replied that I wasn’t very ambitious or interested in acting, which was true. He then asked me about my political activism and went on to recast himself as a left-wing activist, which was among the funniest things I’d ever heard."
sarah_polley  op-ed  nytimes  harvey_weinstein  1990s  actor  harassment  filmmaker  hollywood  2017  2010s  men 
october 2017 by cluebucket
Foes of Russia Say Child Pornography Is Planted to Ruin Them -
Getting someone labeled a suspected pedophile has the added benefit of fitting “perfectly with the Kremlin’s line that human rights activists are all just degenerates,” said Vytis Jurkonis, a Lithuanian human rights activist who works with Russian exiles.

Russia has denied any involvement in all of these incidents. “Of course they do,” scoffed Linas Linkevicius, Lithuania’s foreign minister. “They never have anything to do with anything that is going on in the world,” he said, describing Russian hackers, whether working directly for the state or as freelance vandals, “as part of their weapons system.”
nytimes  2016  2010s  russia  vladimir_putin  kgb  hacking  crime  framing  fake  cyberwarfare  government  kompromat  andrew_higgins  vladimir_bukovsky  england  u.k.  ukraine  lithuania  yoann_barbereau  konstantin_rubakhin  alexander_litvinenko  estonia  spy  pedophile  propaganda 
december 2016 by cluebucket
An Experimental Autism Treatment Cost Me My Marriage -
"For much of my life, I’d imagined I was handicapped by emotional blindness. When that changed, seeing into other people was overwhelming."

marking this for certain family members
john_elder_robinson  autism  magnet  brain  divorce  marriage  relationship  emotion  change  2016  2010s  nytimes 
april 2016 by cluebucket
Can This Marriage Be Saved? - The New York Times
"('Sitting here for six hours you just know what it’s like to be married to him,' Coché muttered to me once, out of earshot of the offending spouse)"
"Gradually, with industrialization and the movement of jobs outside the home, love replaced communal economic imperatives as the glue between husbands and wives, striking two blows to the institution. First, romantic love isn’t known for its long-lasting adhesive properties; and second, no one is as deeply invested in a marriage as the two people in it.

"The group is something of an answer to the latter problem, Coché says — the modern equivalent perhaps of the village that Michael Vincent Miller ... depicts ...: What would it be like, he writes, 'if as in the Puritan villages of old, representatives from the larger community were to step in, calm the two down, stress the larger social importance of their well-being and offer support and help by redirecting the couple’s energies away from mutilating each other toward something more cooperative.'"
"'Causing the right amount of trouble is an art form.'”
judith_coché  laurie_abraham  nytimes  marriage  support  therapy  therapist  2007  2000s  intimacy  relationship  community  philadelphia  profile  communication 
february 2016 by cluebucket
Review: In ‘Playing to the Edge,’ Michael V. Hayden, Bush-Era Spymaster, Defends His Record -
Mr. Hayden is also out to settle a few scores. He seems to have more ill will for pesky journalists than for the terrorists in his cross hairs, although his efforts are likely to have the opposite effect intended.
michael_v_hayden  nytimes  cia  nsa  government  torture  review  book  george_w_bush  barack_obama  waterboarding  journalist  2000s  911  ego 
february 2016 by cluebucket
German Forest Ranger Finds That Trees Have Social Networks, Too - The New York Times
“You see how the thick branches point away from each other? That’s so they don’t block their buddy’s light.”

He felled old trees and sprayed logs with insecticides... "I thought, 'What am I doing? I'm making everything kaput.'"
germany  peter_wohlleben  2016  2010s  tree  plant  beech  sally_mcgrane  nytimes  forest  ranger  author  book  life  biology  science  hidden_life  nonfiction  mythology  behavior  forestry  nature 
february 2016 by cluebucket
Empathy Is Actually a Choice - The New York Times
"An experiment... found that even people temporarily assigned to high-power roles showed brain activity consistent with lower empathy. ... People with a higher sense of power exhibit less empathy because they have less incentive to interact with others."

"In our view, empathy is only as limited as we choose it to be."
nytimes  2015  2010s  empathy  morality  emotion  study  daryl_cameron  michael_inzlicht  william_a_cunningham  psychology  bias  gray_matter  society  science  daniel_batson  keith_payne  experiment  motivation  karina_schumann  jamil_zaki  carol_s_dweck  jeremy_hogeveen  sukhvinder_obhi  argument  choice 
july 2015 by cluebucket
How One Stupid Tweet Blew Up Justine Sacco’s Life -
Benjamin Rush: "'It would seem strange that ignominy should ever have been adopted as a milder punishment than death, did we not know that the human mind seldom arrives at truth upon any subject till it has first reached the extremity of error.'"

Author: "I found no evidence that punitive shaming fell out of fashion as a result of newfound anonymity. But I did find plenty of people from centuries past bemoaning the outsize cruelty of the practice, warning that well-meaning people, in a crowd, often take the punishment too far."
jon_ronson  justine_sacco  JustineSacco  HasJustineLandedYet  tweet  twitter  shame  judgment  2015  2010s  2014  punishment  history  18th_century  boston  flamewar  south_africa  a.a._gill  2013  regret  pillory  19th_century  20th_century  crowd  mob  society  destruction  nytimes  sam_biddle  apology  tarnish 
february 2015 by cluebucket
America, Why Are You Naming All Your Boys Like This?
"In fact, Wattenberg finds that if you treat everything in the 'Aiden' rhyming family ('from Aaden to Zayden') as one mega-name, the group's popularity actually approaches that of perennial favorites like 'Robert.'"  trend  name  america  ssa  statistic  jayden  popularity  population  boy  male  laura_wattenberg  nytimes  2014  2010s  2000s  2008  2009  robbie_gonzalez  onomastics  visualization  data  graph  animation 
october 2014 by cluebucket
The Appalling Stance of Rand Paul -
"We have gone from a war on poverty in this country to a war on the poor, in which poor people are routinely demonized and scapegoated and attacked, and conservatives have led the charge.
"To buy into this destructive lie about the character of the poor means you've either had no experience being poor, or have no capacity to empathize with their plight.
"Being poor is a job unto itself."
charles_m._blow  nytimes  op-ed  rand_paul  conservative  poor  poverty  wealth  welfare  government  politics  politician  arrogant  takedown  society  2013  2010s  america  scapegoat  effort  wage  work 
december 2013 by cluebucket
The Land of the Binge -
"It was once held up as an indisputable virtue, virtually synonymous with prudence. Don’t get too carried away with any one thing. Don’t become too set in your ways. That was the message from parents and teachers. That was the cue the culture gave.

"But America these days is an immoderate land of fixed opinions and outsize fixations. More and more we wallow: in our established political philosophy; in our preferred interest group; in our pastime of choice; in whichever health routine we’ve turned into a health religion."

kinda good comments section
frank_bruni  nytimes  op-ed  moderation  extreme  politics  food  america  fad  narrow  tv  news  extremism  2013  2010s  advertising  binge  marketing 
february 2013 by cluebucket
Friends of Fraud -
"As history shows, the financial industry’s wealth and influence can all too easily turn those who are supposed to serve as watchdogs into lap dogs instead."
nytimes  fraud  finance  america  bank  paul_krugman  dodd-frank  reform  government  wealth  influence  protection  2010s  2013  op-ed  republican  money  denial  recession  economics 
february 2013 by cluebucket
George Saunders Has Written the Best Book You’ll Read This Year -
The students seemed really sharp, and Saunders is clearly committed to them. “With this caliber of student, you have to be really honest,” he told me. “It keeps you looking at your own process, so you don’t import any nonsense.” In an interview several years ago with Ben Marcus for The Believer, Saunders defended the time spent in an M.F.A. program by saying, “The chances of a person breaking through their own habits and sloth and limited mind to actually write something that gets out there and matters to people are slim.” But it’s a mistake, he added, to think of writing programs in terms that are “too narrowly careerist. . . . Even for those thousands of young people who don’t get something out there, the process is still a noble one — the process of trying to say something, of working through craft issues and the worldview issues and the ego issues — all of this is character-building, and, God forbid, everything we do should have concrete career results. I’ve seen time and time again the way that the process of trying to say something dignifies and improves a person.”
It’s hard to maintain, the softness. It’s an effort. That Dubai story ends with these lines, wisdom imparted from Saunders to himself: “Don’t be afraid to be confused. Try to remain permanently confused. Anything is possible. Stay open, forever, so open it hurts, and then open up some more, until the day you die, world without end, amen.”
found a printout of this under several sweatshirts in the covers of my bed, felt lovely again
george_saunders  writer  writing  2013  2010s  short_story  nytimes  joel_lovell  tenth_of_december  job  life  interview  work  death  lorrie_moore  mary_karr  tobias_wolff  junot_díaz  humanity  author  syracuse  new_york  david_foster_wallace  sumatra  1970s  1980s  dream  suicide  soft  fiction 
january 2013 by cluebucket
Japan’s Cleanup After a Nuclear Accident Is Denounced -
"There had been high hopes about the government’s disaster reconstruction plan. It was announced four months after the March 2011 disaster, which declared Japan would draw on the most advanced decontamination know-how possible.

"But confusion over who would conduct and pay for the cleanup slowed the government response. It took nine months for the central government to decide that it would take charge of decontamination work in 11 of the heaviest-contaminated towns and cities in Fukushima, leaving the rest for local governments to handle."

oh wait, there's this little nut:

"'Even if a method works overseas, the soil in Japan is different, for example,' said Hidehiko Nishiyama, deputy director at the environment ministry, who is in charge of the Fukushima cleanup. 'And if we have foreigners roaming around Fukushima, they might scare the old grandmas and granddads there.'"

hiroko_tabuchi  nytimes  japan  fukushima  cleanup  environment  disaster  nuclear_plant  2013  2011  2012  2010s  contamination  criticism  technology 
january 2013 by cluebucket
The 'Busy' Trap -
"More and more people in this country no longer make or do anything tangible; if your job wasn’t performed by a cat or a boa constrictor in a Richard Scarry book I’m not sure I believe it’s necessary. I can’t help but wonder whether all this histrionic exhaustion isn’t a way of covering up the fact that most of what we do doesn’t matter."

"The Puritans turned work into a virtue, evidently forgetting that God invented it as a punishment."
tim_kreider  nytimes  opinionator  essay  business  busy-ness  busy  job  work  energy  freedom  lazy  2012  2010s  writing  writer  obligation  nyc  thomas_pynchon  idleness  arthur_c._clarke  play 
january 2013 by cluebucket
Maria Bamford's 'Special Special Special!' Online |
"Ms. Bamford takes a moment to imagine what’s it like to believe in God, spinning out a carefully wrought metaphor: 'You know when you are in a third-world shantytown at midnight, and you’re terrified, but then off in the distance you see the glowing logo of an international conglomerate, and you just feel like: Everything’s going to be O.K.' Then she added: 'Maybe it’s time I seek the Exxon within.'

"It’s a funny, well-written joke delivered with the solemn tone of a woman thrilled to find solace. Her parents didn’t laugh. That silence is fascinating."
maria_bamford  jason_zinoman  nytimes  2012  2010s  comedian  video  review  writing  criticism  audience  comedy  stand-up  parenting  mental_health  family  faith  joke  metaphor  quote  corporation  funny  silence 
december 2012 by cluebucket
Voter Harassment, Circa 2012 -
"True the Vote grew out of a Tea Party group in Texas, the King Street Patriots, with the assistance of Americans for Prosperity, a group founded by the Koch brothers that works to elect conservative Republicans. It has developed its own software to check voter registration lists against driver’s license and property records. Those kinds of database matches are notoriously unreliable because names and addresses are often slightly different in various databases, but the group uses this technique to challenge more voters.
"The Voting Rights Act of 1965 prohibits intimidation or interference in the act of voting, but the penalties are fairly light. Many states have tougher laws, but they won’t work unless law enforcement officials use them to crack down on the illegal activities — handed down from Jim Crow days — of True the Vote and similar groups. "
nytimes  op-ed  editorial  voting  vote  voter  harassment  intimidation  scare  inaccuracy  identity  politics  tea_party  1965  1966  interference  law  illegal  gov._scott_walker  1960s  2010s  2012  true_the_vote  fraud  2009  2010  2011  21st_century  20th_century 
september 2012 by cluebucket
Hear, All Ye People; Hearken, O Earth (Part One) -
"Since the advent of typewriters (from John J. Pratt’s pterotype in the 1860s to word processors in the 1980s), few people write by hand anymore, and we now have a vast array of typefaces available to us. It is an easy matter to change an entire document from Bembo to Garamond to Caslon to Palatino. We forget that written manuscripts, letters and journals were once unique objects often containing clues about the writer and the context of when and how they were written.

"Can we separate the form of the writing from its content?"
nytimes  opinionator  blog  design  font  essay  writing  handwriting  typeface  typewriter  psychology  history  comic_sans_ms  georgia  test  quiz  david_deutsch  helvetica  marc_hauser  phil_renaud  internet  benjamin_berman  david_dunning  comment  michael_mcgahan  war  1850s  marin_balaic  scientist  nadine_chahine  patrick_kingsley  lisa_randall  fabiola_gianotti  cern  2012  2010s  higgs_boson  baskerville  bar_graph  graph  chart  agreement  disagreement  experiment  21st_century 
august 2012 by cluebucket
Pinterest, Tumblr and the Trouble With ‘Curation’ -
"“Curation” does imply something far more deliberate than these inspiration blogs, whose very point is to put the viewer into an aesthetic reverie unencumbered by thought or analysis. These sites are not meant (as curation is) to make us more conscious, but less so. That might be O.K., but it also means they have a lot more in common with advertising than they do with curation. After all, advertising trains us to keep our desire always at the ready, nurturing that feeling that something is missing, then redirecting it toward a tangible product. In the end, all that pent-up yearning needs a place to go, and now it has that place online. But products are no longer the point. The feeling is the point. And now we can create that feeling for ourselves, then pass it around like a photo album of the life we think we were meant to have but don’t, the people we think we should be but aren’t."
carina_chocano  2012  2010s  tumblr  pinterest  nytimes  writing  essay  curation  art  image  inspiration  neuroscience  v._s._ramachandran  collecting  postmodern  pastiche  brain  feeling  blogging  magazine  moodboard  creativity  creation  21st_century 
august 2012 by cluebucket
Think Before You Breed -
"In fact, people are still expected to provide reasons not to have children, but no reasons are required to have them."
christine_overall  philosophy  pregnancy  childbirth  children  family  birth  birth_control  ethics  society  life  group  2012  2010s  octomom  duggar  responsibility  choice  nytimes  op-ed  opinionator  21st_century 
june 2012 by cluebucket
Jonny Greenwood, Radiohead’s Runaway Guitarist -
"Greenwood tends to wince when he walks into a room, as if in anticipation of mortification to come. He was wearing a wrinkled white dress shirt; his black pants were tight but hung low on his hips; and his hair was a heedless mop. The overall schoolboy vibe was enhanced by the fact that he was still wearing his backpack, which contained a pinkish-orange T-shirt, a copy of the manga master Yoshihiro Tatsumi’s graphic novel 'Abandon the Old in Tokyo,' a MacBook and a spiralbound copy of the score for Pen­derecki’s 'Polymorphia.'"

omg he's carrying around Tatsumi!
jonny_greenwood  radiohead  musician  composer  orchestra  nytimes  alex_pappademas  thom_yorke  poland  krzysztof_penderecki  soundtrack  paul_thomas_anderson  film  popcorn  polymorphia  audio  music  there_will_be_blood  1990s  2010s  mtv  conductor  yoshihiro_tatsumi  creep  electronic  21st_century  20th_century 
march 2012 by cluebucket
The Benefits of Bilingualism -
"The key difference between bilinguals and monolinguals may be more basic: a heightened ability to monitor the environment."
well... chyeah
yudhijit_bhattacharjee  nytimes  bilingual  language  linguistics  cognition  brain  task  memory  alzheimer's  science  agnes_kovacs  study  switch  inhibition  expression  multilingualism  dementia  ellen_bialystok  michelle_martin-rhee  interference  2000s  tamar_gollan  2012 
march 2012 by cluebucket
Election Forecasts - FiveThirtyEight Blog -
"FiveThirtyEight’s mission is to help New York Times readers cut through the clutter of this data-rich world."
fivethirtyeight  nytimes  blog  election  politics  america  poll  culture  statistics  society  nate_silver  2010s  news  21st_century 
february 2012 by cluebucket
Arizona Orders Tucson to End Mexican-American Studies Program -
The debate over the program’s future, Mr. Romero said, proves more than ever the need for the program. “There’s a fierce anti-Latino sentiment in this state,” he said. “These courses are about justice and equity, and what is happening is that the Legislature is trying to narrow the reality of those things.

“Who are the true Americans here — those embracing our inalienable rights or those trying to diminish them?”
nytimes  arizona  america  mexico  chicano  class  tuscon  marc_lacey  2011  2010s  racism  propoaganda  school  high_school  curtis_acosta  complaint  ban  attorney_general  tom_horne  discrimination  ethnicity  republican  21st_century 
february 2012 by cluebucket
Enemy Lurks in Briefings on Afghan War - PowerPoint -
"'It’s dangerous because it can create the illusion of understanding and the illusion of control,' General McMaster said in a telephone interview afterward. 'Some problems in the world are not bullet-izable.'"

"In General McMaster’s view, PowerPoint’s worst offense is not a chart like the spaghetti graphic, but rigid lists of bullet points... that take no account of interconnected political, economic and ethnic forces. 'If you divorce war from all of that, it becomes a targeting exercise'"
nytimes  powerpoint  software  microsoft  military  technology  intelligence  communication  ban  threat  war  strategy  afghanistan  2009  2010  2010s  elisabeth_bumiller  stanley_mcchrystal  flowchart  h._r._mcmaster  company_command  sam_nuxoll  crispin_burke  starbuck  robert_gates  david_petraeus  iraq  pakistan  richard_holbrooke  thomas_x._hammes  richard_engel  spaghetti  tommy_franks  david_mckiernan  donald_rumsfeld  helene_cooper  21st_century 
february 2012 by cluebucket
How Many Stephen Colberts Are There? -
"Colbert too is on the side of corporate personhood. 'Just because someone was born in a lawyer’s office and is incorporeal doesn’t mean he should have no rights,' he likes to say."
"[Colbert] bounds across the set to a table in front of a fireplace with the Latin motto “Videri quam esse” (“To seem to be, rather than to be”)"
"Correction: January 4, 2012: An earlier version of this article misspelled part of the title of a segment of 'The Daily Show' that featured Colbert. It was 'Even Stevphen,' not 'Stephven.'"
stephen_colbert  nytimes  article  2012  election  satire  character  politics  robot  identity  tv  charles_mcgrath  2010s  colbert_report  colbertsuperpac  pac  super_pac  daily_show  comedy  comedian  21st_century 
january 2012 by cluebucket
Another Thing to Sort of Pin on David Foster Wallace -
"Smith has pinpointed the reason so much of what passes for intellectual debate nowadays is obscured behind a veneer of folksiness and sincerity and is characterized by an unwillingness to be pinned down. Where the craving for admiration and approval predominates, intellectual rigor cannot thrive, if it survives at all."
maud_newton  david_foster_wallace  writing  nytimes  trend  language  speech  word  internet  blog  slang  2011  2010s  postmodern  literature  geoff_dyer  a.o._scott  keith_gessen  zadie_smith  snoot  essay  irony  sincerity  straightforward  mark_twain  qualification  jacques_derrida  21st_century 
november 2011 by cluebucket
Teaching Good Sex -
"During a lesson about recognizing your 'crumble lines' — comments that play to your vulnerability and may make you 'act against your values' — Vernacchio, a self-described 'short, round, hairy guy' who struggles with body-image issues, revealed his own tendency to fall for anybody who compliments his appearance: 'You say you think I’m pretty. I’ll do anything for you.' He was exaggerating a bit for effect, but the poignancy of the self-disclosure wasn’t lost on the class."
nytimes  sex  sex_ed  education  philadelphia  america  school  high_school  al_vernacchio  progressive  2011  2010s  1960s  1970s  1980s  charles_eliot  culture  laurie_abraham  abstinence  teaching  teacher  pizza  relationship  teenage  21st_century  20th_century 
november 2011 by cluebucket
Cartoonist Lynda Barry Will Make You Believe In Yourself -
“Somebody said to me one time, ‘This class is like therapy,’ ” Barry said. She shook her head. “No. Therapy is like this. And this is very old.”
lynda_barry  nytimes  workshop  writing  teacher  teaching  guru  creativity  florida  jonathan_franzen  dan_kois  2011  2010s  matt_groening  dorie_cox  vanessa_moss  ramanchandran  21st_century 
november 2011 by cluebucket

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