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September 11, 2013 at 7:48pm
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escshiftzeroone:

It’s an amazing concept, it would be great to see it sometime in my future

7:47pm
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Phonebloks →

I just supported Phonebloks on @ThunderclapIt // @davehakkens

12:13am
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The exclamation point, a late comer, appeared on typewriter keyboards only after World War 2.

— Jon Calame in Cabinet Magazine.

September 9, 2013 at 9:55am
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My Top 5 Artists (Week Ending 2013-9-8) →

  1. Stern Orchestra Prague (13) 
  2. David Axelrod (12) 
  3. Flying Lotus (9) 
  4. Tricky (5) 
  5. DJ Krush (4) 

Imported from Last.fm Tumblr by JoeLaz



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September 7, 2013 at 12:03pm
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Elon Musk Waves His Hand and Designs Rocket Parts Out of Thin Air | Motherboard →

September 6, 2013 at 10:08pm
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Most my reading this year so far. 

Chris Ware is great. 
As is Alain de Botton. 

Janet Frame should have been read years ago. Superlatives aren’t right to describe her frankness and understatement in describing horrible horrible shit. 

Hunter S Thompson was good, but not so impactful to new readers these days, I guess?

Sci-fi (speculative fiction, ‘scuse me): Philip K Dick is over rated. Neal Stephenson is old school and unintentionally funny.

Most my reading this year so far.

Chris Ware is great.
As is Alain de Botton.

Janet Frame should have been read years ago. Superlatives aren’t right to describe her frankness and understatement in describing horrible horrible shit.

Hunter S Thompson was good, but not so impactful to new readers these days, I guess?

Sci-fi (speculative fiction, ‘scuse me): Philip K Dick is over rated. Neal Stephenson is old school and unintentionally funny.

7:27pm
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6:12pm
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parislemon:

Kevin Spacey is turning out to be a pretty good ambassador for trying to get Hollywood to take its collective head out of its collective ass. 

11:00am
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Morn’n

Morn’n

September 3, 2013 at 4:41pm
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Anonymous said: "The major finding of our experiments is still shocking. When whites were presented with an argument against the death penalty or three strikes that emphasized the racial bias of the policy, they became more (not less) supportive of capital punishment and three strikes laws." — Jon Hurwitz & Mark Peffley, political scientists and authors of "Justice in America: The Separate Realities of Blacks and Whites". Just in case anyone was thinking that institutional racism happens on accident.

yoisthisracist:

Good lord this is disgusting. :-(