There’s too much work to be done for me to read any of these right now, but apparently not so much work that I can’t take note of the URLs here:
- The Anagram, the Palindrome & One-Dimensional Cosmology: Because I do love mathematics. Or, more precisely, I want to love mathematics, but only on my own terms.
- Admittedly, “Music for Shuffle” isn’t really something to read, but something I will download and play and enjoy in its infinite variety. I have a feeling this might be a really good piece of music to listen to while writing.
- “Don’t Look Now and Roeg’s Red Coat” is an evocative article on an evocative article of clothing in an evocative film.
- I could have sworn I once had a read-along children’s book version of Tron. That’s now lost, but this has been found.
- Peter Bogdanovich talks about what we really mean, or what we really should mean, when we talk about “poetry in film.”
- “Angry Nerds” has a funny title, but serious philosophical AND social consequences in its discussion of the dangers of misunderstanding Nietzsche.
- Chad McCail makes beautiful art.
I’d like to mention that the first two were from the Twitter timeline of Christian Bök, who has delighted me in so many ways. I think I’ll do practice drills in French using his reading and translation of Rimbaud’s “Voyelles.”