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Structure your wardrobe: how to dress like an architect​ | Fashion | The Guardian
"The influential Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas keeps his phone in his sock, says Wainwright. He reaches down to his ankle every time he gets a call, such is his dedication to maintaining the line of his trousers."
20 days ago by warrenellis
‘Work with Facebook or die’
"“Mark doesn’t care about publishers ...We will help you revitalise journalism... in a few years the ­reverse looks like I’ll be holding your hands with your dying ­business like in a hospice.”
media  web  culture 
5 weeks ago by warrenellis
Laziness led to extinction of Homo erectus
"I don't get the sense they were explorers looking over the horizon. They didn't have that same sense of wonder that we have."
5 weeks ago by warrenellis
Engine flaw delays Boeing test of crew capsule to 2019
"Neither SpaceX nor Boeing is expected to be ready to carry out flights with people on board by (Nov 2019) because of various delays in certifying their programs"
6 weeks ago by warrenellis
Roundworms Just Came Back to Life After 40,000 Years Frozen in Siberian Permafrost
(first the Black Sarcophagus, now they wake up the prehistoric iceworms, how very 2018)
history  sci  cryogenics 
7 weeks ago by warrenellis
BROTHERS OF THE GUN: This book vividly captures life in Syria amid a war with no end in sight
"Marwan Hisham and Molly Crabapple discuss their new book and what it was like collaborating when one of them lived in a war zone."
books  peopleIknow 
8 weeks ago by warrenellis
A Massive, Black Sarcophagus Has Been Unearthed in Egypt, And Nobody Knows Who's Inside
"Should we open it?" OPEN IT UP, RELEASE THE PLAGUE, FUCK THIS PLANET ahem i mean i'd like to see what's inside please
10 weeks ago by warrenellis
My Incredible, Agonising Quest to Find the Worst Movie on Netflix - VICE
"Seagal, as always, looks like an erection with Dracula drawn on it."
10 weeks ago by warrenellis
Happy July 4th, Here’s Smudge Playing Fetch – Whatever
ME: Look, John's cat can play fetch!
MY CATS: yes but who are you though
11 weeks ago by warrenellis
"George: People are always surprised that we use computers, but no one asked Van Gogh if he used brushes."
11 weeks ago by warrenellis
New model predicts that we're probably the only advanced civilization in the observable universe
"it simply means that we can say with greater confidence – based on what we know – that humanity is most likely the only intelligent species in the Milky Way Galaxy at present."
12 weeks ago by warrenellis
Is This the Biggest Book Cover Trend of The Year? | Literary Hub
"2018 is the year of the all-caps typography—or to be more precise, big, blocky, sans-serif type treatments... against either a riotous, black-based background or a neutral one."
design  books  covers 
june 2018 by warrenellis
Silicon States by Lucie Greene
"Greene emphasizes that before we hand our future over to a rarefied group of companies, we should examine the world they might build and confront its benefits, prejudices, and inherent flaws"
june 2018 by warrenellis
Enter the Ninth House: Announcing Tamsyn Muir’s Debut Trilogy | Tor.com
(I'm currently reading an ARC of this, and it's *insane," with eccentric, gorgeous, dancing language.)
june 2018 by warrenellis
blissblog: sf and rock
"rock criticism & science fiction share a strange mix of inferiority and superiority complexes. Painfully aware of their marginal position... they nonetheless believe that they are doing the Most Crucial Writing of Our Time."
june 2018 by warrenellis
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