thedogist:

Taco, Dachshund, Lynn Canyon Park, North Vancouver, BC

thedogist:

Taco, Dachshund, Lynn Canyon Park, North Vancouver, BC

klytaemnestra:

«Yo solía pensar que era la persona más extraña en el mundo, pero luego pensé, hay mucha gente así en el mundo, tiene que haber alguien como yo, que se sienta bizarra y dañada de la misma forma en que yo me siento. Me la imagino, e imagino que ella también debe estar por ahí pensando en mí. Bueno, yo espero que si tú estás por ahí y lees esto sepas que, sí, es verdad, yo estoy aquí, soy tan extraña como tú.»

I’m just as strange as you.

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moma:

Alexander Calder was born today in 1898. Philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre described Calder’s mobiles as “lyrical invention.” 
[Alexander Calder. Untitled. 1939.]

moma:

Alexander Calder was born today in 1898. Philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre described Calder’s mobiles as “lyrical invention.” 

[Alexander Calder. Untitled. 1939.]

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gq:

“History’s gonna be harder to make than I thought.” -Kanye West
Read the cover story: http://gqm.ag/1qX2efr
Shot by Patrick Demarchelier

gq:

History’s gonna be harder to make than I thought.” -Kanye West

Read the cover story: http://gqm.ag/1qX2efr

Shot by Patrick Demarchelier

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npr:

'Columbusing': The Art Of Discovering Something That Is Not New
Columbusing is when you “discover” something that’s existed forever. Just that it’s existed outside your own culture, nationality, race or even, say, your neighborhood. Bonus points if you tell all your friends about it.

npr:

'Columbusing': The Art Of Discovering Something That Is Not New

Columbusing is when you “discover” something that’s existed forever. Just that it’s existed outside your own culture, nationality, race or even, say, your neighborhood. Bonus points if you tell all your friends about it.

(Source: scorpiondagger)

nprbooks:

Women are destroying science fiction! But that’s okay, they created it,
The excellent K. Tempest Bradford reviews Lightspeed Magazine's excellent Women Destroy Science Fiction! issue:

It’s more than just an extra-large and particularly great issue of an already good magazine. It’s a master class on all the ways in which women are writing — and have written — some of the best science fiction available. 

Here’s just a taste — N. K. Jemisin’s Walking Awake. (And if you’ve never read any Jemisin, GO DO IT, right now, I’ll wait.)
— Petra

nprbooks:

Women are destroying science fiction! But that’s okay, they created it,

The excellent K. Tempest Bradford reviews Lightspeed Magazine's excellent Women Destroy Science Fiction! issue:

It’s more than just an extra-large and particularly great issue of an already good magazine. It’s a master class on all the ways in which women are writing — and have written — some of the best science fiction available. 

Here’s just a taste — N. K. Jemisin’s Walking Awake. (And if you’ve never read any Jemisin, GO DO IT, right now, I’ll wait.)

— Petra