Shorpy: A Fork in the road, 1943
Look at that horizon.
I want to jump up on the table and scream, “Do you know how lucky we are to be doing this? Do you understand that the only way to repay that karmic debt is to make something good, is to make something ambitious, something beautiful, something memorable?” But I didn’t do that. I just sat there, and I smiled. —
Steven Soderbergh on the state of cinema
This is really good.
You looking at me: Reflections on Google Glass -
By the far the most thoughtful article I’ve read on the social interaction aspect of Google Glass so far.
Braff had the brass to venerate his generation without an ounce of critique, and fetishize himself in the process: He’ll always be, first and foremost, the man who had Natalie Portman, playing an epileptic pixie next door, harvesting his hard-won tears in Dixie Cups. No pardon awaits him on the other side of the Cultural Styx. — Theater Review: Zach Braff Comes to the Empire State
In Defense of Garden State by Jesse David Fox
You can feel another story leaking out here; adjectives from some other story spilling out from between the lines.
“that we had thought would be resolved by now”
“that he so greatly deserves”
“would love nothing more”
The boat they use to clean
dead bodies rubbish out of the canal.
The Bygone Bureau: 'Border Cops to the North of Me, Border Cops to the South, Here I Am' by Bill Brown
Bloomberg: Top CEO-to-average-employees' pay ratios -
With comments and responses from the companies themselves on the figures.
That’s Matthew Broderick taking a selfie using a baguette.Because, baguettemenots.