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Archive for March, 2009
One of my favorite books growing up was How to Eat Fried Worms, the story of a 10-year-old boy named Billy who, on a bet, must eat 15 worms in 15 days. At first, he can barely choke them down, even though, as Amazon summarizes it, “Billy’s friends cook up these fat juicy grubs in [...]
AWB and I went to hear another Satie piece last weekend and were treated to a bonus performance of (only an hour of) “Vexations” on ten toy pianos. Here’s a bunch of non-piano performances, including one of our favorite FMU DJs at a music lesson. Bonus: Dan Deacon explains his setup.
That’s what I got from this long, must-read article by Simon Johnson. It freaks me out to hear former IMF chief economists sounding like radicals. (Via Apo.)
This week was officially Spring Break. The boys were off from school. I took time off work. While the March grey weather blew dead leaves and dirt clods from the tops of a few shivering crocuses, we stayed in our house and relaxed. No Florida, no skiing, no “stay-cation” exploring the undiscovered neighborhoods of our [...]
Go watch this video. (I’d embed it but it’s way better at bigger size. Via 3QD.)
Hello Internet people. Welcome to another edition of Thursday Playlist. Here is a collection of some of my all time favorite tracks. Hope you enjoy. Until next time, xxx E. Tan 1. Chromatics – Night Drive 2. Atlas Sound – Recent Bedroom 3. Yoko Ono – Walking on Thin Ice 4. Fantastic Baggies – It [...]
“Hm, I wonder what my college roommate has been up to?” I idly thought. Oh, so this is what the Internet is for (probably NSFW).
A discussion over at Crooked Timber about why some blog posts get lots of comments and some hardly any.