19 Wonderful Vintage School Library Posters →
fggtlibrarian: These imaginative posters from the 1960s encouraged kids to (gasp!) explore the library. Love ‘em, I just love ‘em all. WANT.
Behold: A vigilante copy-editor-cum-graffitist! Would that I have thought of this and had the chutzpah to follow through.
Every episode of Call the Midwife, I’m all, MAN, those laboring ladies are overdressed.
Le ciel tumultueux: Get To Know Your Tumblarians... →
Between us, my partner and I collect drive-in movie speakers, old microphones, jadeite Fireking plates, Wilendur tablecloths, cheapo hobnail milk glass, and—defacto—Bruder toy trucks. Oh, and 90s women’s magazines from titles that’ve shuttered. libralthinking: lecieltumultueux: Hobbies hobbies hobbies. We all have something that we’re passionate about, and I want to...
If nothing else, one ought to know how to treat a comma. Abandonment or abuse of...– THE COMMA FROM WHICH MY HEART HANGS, by Benjamin Samuel in McSweeney’s
Just finished stuffing naturally dyed Goldfish crackers into BPA-laden plastic eggs. You win some, you lose some.
8 New and Necessary Punctuation Marks -... →
Anticipate these, prospective writers!
It’s a damn good thing Hanna Rosin says I can hand my kid the iPad unlimitedly, because I can’t do anything but gobble Eleanor & Park today.
I only give Lean In 4 of 5 stars because there isn’t a board book edition for me to buy as baby gifts for friends with new daughters.
If we can land a man on the moon, surely we can come up with a way for me to bypass incessant radio pledge-week pleas once I give my donation.
To file under: I Got a Gift Subscription To Mother Earth News and Cannot Believe the Classifieds.
Maybe [we can have that story for *the Atlantic*] by the end of the week? 1,200...– Nate Thayer on A Day in the Life of a Freelance Journalist This is why writing for a living is, you know, basically impossible.
Me to Arlo, 22 months: Bubs, where do you live? Which city?
A: Planet Earth.
We need to invent a term for the yummy-jealous feeling when you’re scrolling through your friends’ statuses and you see that folks you know from disparate universes have become friends.
Given the office-only travesty that is being implemented at Yahoo!, it was refreshing to reread Paul Graham’s maker’s schedule/ manager’s schedule manifesto. (But parsing these out when you work for yourself is a bigger quandary, methinks. Need: meetings and dig-in sessions.)
From a giant community farm open to all to a walking school bus, the city of...– Six green ideas from Northampton, Boston Globe REPRESENT.
2013: The Year of the Panda (and Penguin) →
The snake has nothing on my work life this year.