I crave your mouth, your voice, your hair. Silent and starving, I prowl through...– Pablo Neruda
worldclassdiscoclub: Nhessingtons - You’re The...
It was frustrating, yes, not getting pieces on the air. One Saturday night, five...– Larry David, from Tom Shales’ SNL book.
explore-blog: What the text of the first-ever web page sounds like reformatted for hypersound, and other sounds of the Internet. This is so nerdy. Yet, it also made me think of Rob Walker’s article on the Waveform and visual music (or music being visual). Of course music has image. Of course code has sound. It’s the Internet! Whaddaya think of that, Katherine Hayles?
Elle Fanning for Self Service s/s 2012 →
This editorial is amazing.
My research gives me waking dreams that others do not even have sleeping.– Peter Handke Even if it isn’t so, I’m gonna start saying that it is.
upheaval is already a part of the document as it falls into our hands.– michel de certeau, the writing of history
rereading, an operation contrary to the commercial and ideological habits of our...– roland barthes, s/z This should probably, speaking of contemporary society, be extended to all types of texts (movies, images, music etc.). I feel a bit naïve saying this, but I’ve always felt a bit odd for liking to reread and rewatch (especially rewatch) things, a practice I think is...
Stream vs Mp3 →
Some ranting on “the death of the mp3-blog” if you’re into Swedish.
What explains the creative benefits of relaxation and booze? The answer involves...– Jonah Lehrer on How to Be Creative - WSJ.com It’s the research I’ve been waiting for all my life! Lazy College Senior Meme just got even funnier.
Because the gifs and images displayed on a Tumblr page are meant to reflect the...– Ohhhhhhhkay. (via liquidchroma) First off, I should say I haven’t touched Ben’s tags, because he chooses Tumblr content that reflects the intangible qualities I value. Anyway. Sure, I bitch about people reblogging songs and quotes I’ve put on Tumblr without context, and there’s admittedly quick...
The 'ME'dia Generation: The Top 5 Sites Visited... →
Sorry, but these types of studies really pisses me off. What is the point? Every prejudice I have about quantitative research is reinforced. What does “surf the web” mean? What consumer (or, for that matter, citizen)? Didn’t we leave cyberspace land back in 1998? (Why am I bothered?)
Amazon calculated that a page load slowdown of just 1 second could cost it $1.6...– via Fast Company Jesus. William Wender’s “Accelerated Writing” feels ancient in comparison.