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January 2016 | Center for Humans & Nature
Lindy Lyman painting published in Humans and Nature Blog
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july 2016 by jeremiahmoore
How Creative Capital Replaced the NEA and Taught Artists to Be Ambitious - Feature - The Stranger
Last week, in an attempt to contact the Bellingham artist Christian Vargas about winning a 2016 Creative Capital Award, I googled him, left a congratulatory voice mail, and shortly got a phone call back. This Vargas #2 happens to also be an artist. via Pocket
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april 2016 by jeremiahmoore
Man's Selfie with Hijacker Goes Viral
EgyptAir Flight 181 was hijacked yesterday by a man wearing a fake explosive belt. During the 7-hour ordeal, one of the hostages decided to ask the hijacker to pose for a selfie. That man was 26-year-old Ben Innes, a British health and safety worker. via Pocket
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march 2016 by jeremiahmoore
New Economy, New Social Contract
The US workforce, which has been one of the most productive and wealthiest in the world, is undergoing an alarming transformation. Increasing numbers of workers find themselves on shaky ground, turned into freelancers, temps and contractors. via Pocket
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march 2016 by jeremiahmoore
Patriarchal Structures
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march 2016 by jeremiahmoore
Group
At the time, I was writing a book about the politics of drug prohibition. I started to ask Ehrlichman a series of earnest, wonky questions that he impatiently waved away. via Pocket
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march 2016 by jeremiahmoore
Zoom F8
Once in a while, a high-quality, affordable product comes along that makes the professional competition look overpriced... Location sound recorders have always fascinated me, from the first time I watched someone use a beautifully engineered Nagra III mono reel-to-reel recorder. via Pocket
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march 2016 by jeremiahmoore
Precita Eyes Gets To Keep Its Studio - Curbed SF
You can stop holding your breath: Precita Eyes Muralists isn't being evicted, and neither are the folks in the apartments upstairs. via Pocket
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march 2016 by jeremiahmoore
Female Gold Medal Boxer Claressa T-Rex Shields In Universal Movie Deal | Deadline
EXCLUSIVE: Universal Pictures, home to Jurassic Park, has brought in a different kind of T-Rex, and this one can knock you out with either hand. via Pocket
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march 2016 by jeremiahmoore
Closing the Loop Email
I think together we can make a few million dollars this week, quickly, simply. Let me show you how. Below is a simple email template that you can use to raise deals from the dead. It works throughout the year but this week, more than any other period in the calendar, is when it works best. via Pocket
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march 2016 by jeremiahmoore
Herbie Hancock And Wayne Shorter Share Open Letter To The Next Generation Of Artists | L4LM
With the recent formation of Mega Nova, the Santana-led supergroup provided an opportunity for Wayne Shorter and Herbie Hancock to work together again. The two have been musicians for decades, and friends for a majority of their lengthy, prolific careers. via Pocket
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march 2016 by jeremiahmoore
Soundlister.com - the place to find audio professionals
Soundlister is a place for sound designers, sound editors, re-recording mixers, foley artists, and field recordists to showcase their skills. via Pocket
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march 2016 by jeremiahmoore
To Get Better at Lighting, See Light Through the Eyes of a Cinematographer
Almost everything I do as a photographer comes back to this challenge: seeing light as a cinematographer would on set. via Pocket
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february 2016 by jeremiahmoore
A Thing Like You and Me | e-flux
Whatever happened to Leon Trotsky? He got an ice pick, that made his ears burn. Whatever happened to dear old Lenny? The great Elmyra, and Sancho Panza? Whatever happened to the heroes? via Pocket
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february 2016 by jeremiahmoore
Why I Stopped Using the DNG File Format
A couple of years ago, when I switched careers and moved into photography full time, I did a lot of research on multiple aspects of running a photography business. One of those areas, digital asset management (DAM), deals with, well, managing your digital assets, your image files. via Pocket
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february 2016 by jeremiahmoore
Guide to Facebook Reach: What Marketers Need to Know : Social Media Examiner
Have you seen a drop in your Facebook performance? Do you want more fans to see your Facebook updates? via Pocket
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february 2016 by jeremiahmoore
Happiness Hack: This One Ritual Made Me Much Happier
When my wife and I moved to New York City in 2001, recently graduated from college and newly wed, we were eager to find friends. via Pocket
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february 2016 by jeremiahmoore
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Many people would be surprised to hear that according to you, poetry is alive and well in America. Our national political conversation has recently seen some rather unpoetic lurches to the right. How do you make sense of that? Poetry always, always, always is a key piece of democracy. via Pocket
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february 2016 by jeremiahmoore
How People Learn to Become Resilient - The New Yorker
Norman Garmezy, a developmental psychologist and clinician at the University of Minnesota, met thousands of children in his four decades of research. But one boy in particular stuck with him. He was nine years old, with an alcoholic mother and an absent father. via Pocket
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february 2016 by jeremiahmoore
Gravitational Waves Exist: The Inside Story of How Scientists Finally Found Them - The New Yorker
Just over a billion years ago, many millions of galaxies from here, a pair of black holes collided. They had been circling each other for aeons, in a sort of mating dance, gathering pace with each orbit, hurtling closer and closer. via Pocket
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february 2016 by jeremiahmoore
Goldman Sachs Says It May Be Forced to Fundamentally Question How Capitalism Is Working - Bloomberg Business
One of the most heated debates among investors is the question of whether corporate profit margins can maintain their elevated level, or whether they will inevitably revert to mean. Here's a quick look at S&P 500-stock index profit margins, for example, going back more than 25 years. via Pocket
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february 2016 by jeremiahmoore
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When the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences unveiled 20 all-white acting nominees this month, the furor was immediate. The #OscarsSoWhite hashtag, created last year, returned in force, and there was talk of an Oscar boycott. via Pocket
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january 2016 by jeremiahmoore
Inside David Bowie's Final Years | Rolling Stone
When the pain hit, David Bowie was singing a song called "Reality." It was just another concert on a tour that had stretched on a little too long, bringing him to a stiflingly hot arena stage in Prague, on a late-June evening in 2004. via Pocket
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january 2016 by jeremiahmoore
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Since the last major stock market plunge, back in 2008 and 2009, a new type of investment adviser has arrived on the scene. via Pocket
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january 2016 by jeremiahmoore
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What will you be doing on this date 20 years from now? No, really. Try to answer that. via Pocket
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january 2016 by jeremiahmoore
ROVA Channeling Coltrane - Electric Ascension Live (RogueArt, 2016) ***** ~ The Free Jazz Collective
When John Coltrane's Ascension was released in 1966, jazz critic Bill Mathieu from Downbeat wrote "This is possibly the most powerful human sound ever recorded", an apt description of Coltrane's free jazz masterpiece. via Pocket
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january 2016 by jeremiahmoore
In the Tenderloin - The California Sunday Magazine
South African photographer Pieter Hugo has exhibited his work in major galleries and museums around the world. His photographs have depicted violence, poverty, and the scars of colonialism in Africa, as well as more intimate moments of domestic life. via Pocket
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january 2016 by jeremiahmoore
We need to talk about TED | Benjamin Bratton | Opinion | The Guardian
In our culture, talking about the future is sometimes a polite way of saying things about the present that would otherwise be rude or risky. But have you ever wondered why so little of the future promised in TED talks actually happens? So much potential and enthusiasm, and so little actual change. vi
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january 2016 by jeremiahmoore
Welcome to the wonderful world of Ambisonics - a primer by John Leonard | A Sound Effect
And with demand for surround source material skyrocketing with the advent of 3D audio for film and immersive platforms such as virtual reality, Ambisonics is an increasingly useful option. via Pocket
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january 2016 by jeremiahmoore
The Sun Magazine | The Miracle In Front Of You
I first met physician Raymond Barfield in 2009 in Tunisia, where doctors and other health professionals had gathered to talk about how to improve care for people with cancer and HIV/AIDS. I heard Barfield speak eloquently of the need to bridge the worlds of medicine and the spirit. via Pocket
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january 2016 by jeremiahmoore
Netflix Hacks For 2016: Best Tricks and Add-Ons
It's difficult to remember my life before Netflix, and frankly, I'd rather not. via Pocket
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january 2016 by jeremiahmoore
Research Shows Household Chores Are A Proven Predictor Of Success
The study, which checked in with 84 kids during preschool and then at ages 10, 15 and in their mid-20s, found that the ones who began chores at ages 3 and 4 were more likely to have good relationships, achieve academic success and be self-sufficient than those who started as teens or had none at al v
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january 2016 by jeremiahmoore
We're Thinking About ADHD All Wrong, Says A Top Pediatrician : NPR Ed : NPR
Diagnoses of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder are up around 30 percent compared with 20 years ago. via Pocket
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january 2016 by jeremiahmoore
San Francisco Magazine | Modern Luxury | Silicon Valley Will See You Now
Sam De Brouwer hands me a sleek device about the size and shape of a makeup compact. Called the Scanadu Scout, it is designed to measure blood pressure, body temperature, heart and respiratory rates, and blood oxygen and emotional stress levels with no muss or fuss. via Pocket
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december 2015 by jeremiahmoore
Losing my religion for equality
Women and girls have been discriminated against for too long in a twisted interpretation of the word of God. I HAVE been a practising Christian all my life and a deacon and Bible teacher for many years. via Pocket
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december 2015 by jeremiahmoore
Surprise wild otter birth gives Monterey Bay Aquarium an adorable, temporary attraction - SFGate
As usual, the most popular attraction at the Monterey Bay Aquarium this weekend was an otter, but this one wasn't a scheduled display. A wild newborn pup's arrival was a surprise treat for visitors, staff and anyone lucky enough to look at the adorable pictures in the slideshow above. via Pocket
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december 2015 by jeremiahmoore
HTML-909
It might be a good idea to turn your phone around. This is hopeless, your screen is just too small for this shit... via Pocket
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december 2015 by jeremiahmoore
What's next for Apple? - CBS News
The following is a script from "Inside Apple" which aired on Dec. 20, 2015. Charlie Rose is the correspondent. Michael Radutzky, Andrew Bast and Glen Rochkind, producers. via Pocket
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december 2015 by jeremiahmoore
The Sony A7SII Review. The King of The Night gets updated. - STEVE HUFF PHOTOS
The Sony A7SII Review. The King of The Night gets updated. You can also buy it at B&H Photo HERE. via Pocket
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december 2015 by jeremiahmoore
The Mysterious, Anonymous Author Elena Ferrante on the Conclusion of Her Neapolitan Novels | Vanity Fair
The Community Bookstore in Park Slope is not the sort of place you might imagine a West Side Story-style rumble to break out, and yet fans of the wildly successful epic meta-fiction novels of Elena Ferrante, author of the Neapolitan series, and Karl Ove Knausgaard, author of My Struggle, have on m vi
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december 2015 by jeremiahmoore
Archaeologists unearth oldest musical instruments ever found - The Boston Globe
We all knew that Stone Age humans were hunters and gatherers. But sculptors and flutists? via Pocket
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december 2015 by jeremiahmoore
Why I Stopped Calling Myself A "Freelancer"
The night it happened, I was at a party filled with potential clients. I saw opportunity everywhere I looked. Then I saw a friend. As we caught up on business and life, others joined us. My friend introduced me as a "marketing freelancer" to the CEO of a company. via Pocket
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december 2015 by jeremiahmoore
Mark Zuckerberg and the Rise of Philanthrocapitalism - The New Yorker
This post was revised to incorporate new information provided by Mark Zuckerberg in a Facebook post on December 3rd. via Pocket
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december 2015 by jeremiahmoore
Outside the Sound, the Films of Luke Fowler - Harvard Film Archive
Luke Fowler (b. 1978) is an artist, filmmaker and musician based in Glasgow. Recipient of accolades like the 2008 Jarman Award, Fowler is currently a Radcliffe-Harvard Film Study Center Fellow. via Pocket
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december 2015 by jeremiahmoore
Sony PCM-D100 | Transom
There was widespread mourning, wailing, and gnashing of teeth when Sony announced that they were discontinuing the PCM-D50 recorder. OK, maybe that reaction was mostly from us here at Transom - the D50 has been one of our favorite portable reorders for many years. via Pocket
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december 2015 by jeremiahmoore
She Was Blindsided By Becoming A Working Parent, Now She's Changing The Conversation About Parental Leave - PowerToFly
When it comes to negotiating parental leave, things can often feel like the Wild, Wild, West. Companies are left to their own devices when structuring leaves because the United States lacks a national parental leave mandate. via Pocket
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december 2015 by jeremiahmoore
Big Shake-Up to Music Licensing Regime Embraced by U.S. Copyright Office - Hollywood Reporter
In a 245-page report issued on Thursday, the U.S. Copyright Office is throwing its weight behind what would be the most radical changes to how music is licensed in nearly a half century. via Pocket
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november 2015 by jeremiahmoore
What It's Like to Be a Woman of Color in Privileged White Spaces
The games, players, and characters played were about as diverse as the comic-book industry from 2003 to 2011, which is to say, not very. via Pocket
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november 2015 by jeremiahmoore
Donald Trump's alarming skid toward outright fascism
I made the case just a couple months back that Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump is a sort of fledgling Mussolini, nurturing an incipient fascist movement. via Pocket
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november 2015 by jeremiahmoore
ACOUSTIC ECOLOGY | Dunn: SOLIT Liner Notes
David Dunn's new CD is now out! Thanks to a grant that David has received to cover costs of publishing the disc, he is donating 100% of all revenues on sales to the Acoustic Ecology Institute. Thus your purchase of the disc will go directly to supporting all facets of our work. via Pocket
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november 2015 by jeremiahmoore
The Cook and the Chef: Musk's Secret Sauce - Wait But Why
Or see a preview here. Welcome to the last post in the series on the world of Elon Musk. via Pocket
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november 2015 by jeremiahmoore
Musicians and Rangely Residents Join to Create an Acoustic Miracle in the Desert | Westword
Bruce Odland, Mark McCoin and and Jeremiah Moore (from left) prepare to record in the Tank in 2012. Mho Salim/Courtesy Friends of the Tank Here at the edge of the desert, a small miracle is taking place. via Pocket
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november 2015 by jeremiahmoore
MMS: Error
Our apologies. An error occurred while setting your user cookie. Please set your browser to accept cookies to continue. NEJM.org uses cookies to improve performance by remembering your session ID when you navigate from page to page. via Pocket
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november 2015 by jeremiahmoore
The Apple iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus Review
To be perfectly honest, this past year has been remarkably boring in the mobile segment. For whatever reason, phones have either stood still or regressed when it comes to overall quality. via Pocket
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november 2015 by jeremiahmoore
50 ways to take care of yourself in the arts | ArtsHub Australia
As a sector, the arts is on the verge of burnout if not already teetering far beyond its edge. via Pocket
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november 2015 by jeremiahmoore
Why Do So Many Incompetent Men Become Leaders?
There are three popular explanations for the clear under-representation of women in management, namely: (1) they are not capable; (2) they are not interested; (3) they are both interested and capable but unable to break the glass-ceiling: an invisible career barrier, based on prejudiced stereotypes v
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november 2015 by jeremiahmoore
Here are the best new features in Ableton Live 9.5 [Videos] - Create Digital Music
The new Push hardware may have been the big, new shiny from Ableton this week. But for Live users, the software changes in 9.5 may have the greatest impact on day-to-day music-making life. Live 9.5 has arrived as a free upgrade for Live 9 users. via Pocket
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november 2015 by jeremiahmoore
INSIDE FRACKING: Chevron offers rare look at controversial ... - The Bakersfield Californian
Patrick Niebuhr was chatting with a visitor outside a mobile command center in the Lost Hills Oil Field when suddenly a loud rumbling arose and exhaust began to stream from a series of red semi-trucks parked nearby. via Pocket
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november 2015 by jeremiahmoore
Woman Crush(ing the Patriarchy) Wednesday: Paola Mendoza
But there are also a lot of difficulties. Women in Hollywood are underrepresented. Of the 250 top-grossing films last year, 7 percent was directed by women. For women of color, that number is a lot smaller. via Pocket
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november 2015 by jeremiahmoore
Why revolution is no longer possible | openDemocracy
The tough logic of capitalism prevails even at the heart of the sharing economy. As nice as it may be to share, no one gives away anything for free. Credit: Flickr/Remo Cassella. No changes made. Shared under a CC 2.0 license, some rights reserved. via Pocket
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november 2015 by jeremiahmoore
Noise (not War) on Drugs: drink D-Methionine and beat your noise-induced hearing loss - sounDesign
As a child, while my dad showed me Apocalypse Now or Save the soldier Ryan on Saturday nights, I was convinced that those repeated Dolby surround-enhanced explosions could make me totally deaf as well as for thousands and thousands of war movies fans. via Pocket
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october 2015 by jeremiahmoore
CounterPulse in step with tech-firm neighbors - SFGate
In the ongoing war over the soul of San Francisco, tech companies have claimed vast Mid-Market territory once held by the arts. via Pocket
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october 2015 by jeremiahmoore
DMCA Exemption Has Been Approved for Documentary Filmmakers | International Documentary Association
Jump to navigation You are here By Share: Tags: Fair Use Advertisement Advertise with Us Join Our Email List Upcoming Events View More Related Articles Read more Read more via Pocket
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october 2015 by jeremiahmoore
Adjunct Project
Browser Resize: 3204807679791200max The Adjunct Project is by adjuncts, for adjuncts. via Pocket
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october 2015 by jeremiahmoore
Rinse, Spin, Read To Kids: It's A Mashup Of Laundromat and Library : Goats and Soda : NPR
Poor mothers often spend way too much time hunched over a washboard. via Pocket
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october 2015 by jeremiahmoore
How an episode of The Simpsons is made | The Verge
In 1996, The Simpsons passed The Flintstones as the longest running prime-time animated show. via Pocket
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october 2015 by jeremiahmoore
Remember Dan Price of Gravity Payments, who gave his employees a $70,000 minimum wage? Here's what happened next.
This post originally appeared in Inc. Before Dan Price caused a media firestorm by establishing a $70,000 minimum wage at his Seattle company, Gravity Payments ... via Pocket
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october 2015 by jeremiahmoore
Ursula K. Le Guin on Being a Man | Brain Pickings
A journey to where the semicolon meets the soul. via Pocket
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october 2015 by jeremiahmoore
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