soupsoup: seriouslythough:copycats: (posted by...
scout: my morning jacket - thank you too you...
Many things—such as loving, going to sleep, or behaving unaffectedly—are done...– C.S. Lewis (via bunkercomplex)(via insidethebox) (via abigailbartolome)(via amandoline)(via unicornology) (via scout)
"France forgets giants of British cinema", or:... →
Cahiers du Cinema has drawn up a list of the best 100 movies made. Most are American. Many of them are French. None are British. (Ha ha ha)
Il Giornalino di Gian Burrasca →
Ovvero il mio libro preferito dai 5 ai 10 anni, (quando scoprii Il Barone Rampante di Calvino), è scaricabile dal link in versione intergrale, con tanto di meravigliose illustrazioni originali. Decido seduta stante che i miei figli dovranno crescere trilingue, che va bene che vivo a Londra e mi sposo con un Tedesco, ma senza il giornalino di Giannino Stoppani non si può avere un’infanzia...
I think the big mistake in schools is trying to teach children anything, and by...– Stanley Kubrick (via zehnuhr)
The Opposite of Hallelujah - Jens Lekman I woke up...
quatsch: Song For Jesse - Nick Cave and Warren...
LIFE Photo Archive →
yooniverse: ckck: Millions of photos from LIFE Magazine’s archives, most of them never before seen by the public, are now available through Google’s Image Search. Over the next few months Google will add the entire LIFE archive, about 10 million photos dating all the way back to the 1750s. Read more about it here.
Hillary Clinton to accept Barack Obama's offer of... →
lapitzi: London (harder, better, faster, stronger) on Vimeo (via Vimeo - segnalato da caino)
New York in the 1950's →
Another stunning Flickr set.
30 most satisfying simple pleasures
scout 1. Sleeping In on a Rainy Day 2. Finding Money You Didn’t Know You Had 3. Making Brief Eye Contact with Someone of the Opposite Sex 4. Skinny Dipping 5. Making the Yellow Light 6. Telling a Funny or Interesting, True Story 7. Seeing a Friend Stumble Over Himself 8. Hearing the Right Song at the Right Moment 9. The First Sip of a Beverage When You’re Thirsty 10. Catching a Glimpse...
Stephen Colbert Offers Rahm Emanuel a Good Middle Finger
New York in the 1930s (via Kottke) →
nightswimming: A lovely photo set of New York City from the 1930s. My favorites are the crowded beach scene at Coney Island, Margaret Bourke-White’s shot of hats in the Garment District, and a shot of “the Lung Block” on the Lower East Side.
Where in the world does the average citizen spend just two hours a week online?...– Articolo sul quotidiano inglese Gurdian, “This is social networking, Italian style” (via ludik)