Fast on the Heels of the Headlines, the Book -... →
For generations the publishing industry has worked on a fairly standard schedule, taking nine months to a year after an author delivered a manuscript to put finished books in stores. Now, enabled in…
This is That: INTERVIEW w/ SAM FALLS →
More and more I think that the only art that really sticks with me is art that I have an emotional connection with. I really dig conceptual art that requests time and mental processing, but this…
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Exact replicas of a man’s thumb bones have been made for the first time using a...– Thumbs up for 3D bone printer - health - 07 March 2009 - New Scientist (via slavin)
Chances of Survival: Philip Booth in Conversation... →
I think survival is at stake for all of us all the time. It always has been individually, and now it has become demonstrably an issue that concerns all of us… I strongly feel that every poem, every work of art, everything that is well done, well made, well said, generously given, adds to our chances of survival by making the world and our lives more habitable.
Basics - The Quest for the Nearly Empty In-Box -... →
We feel guilty about being late in responding, about our in-boxes being disorganized, about the tens of thousands of unread messages that we’re sure we’ll never get to. What is it about e-mail that…
Personism » Sparkling Conversation: Sarah McKenzie... →
Join us this Saturday morning, from 10am-Noon, at Jen Bekman Gallery — before you head off to the fairs — for a conversation with Sarah McKenzie + Eva Hagberg. Featuring: Mimosas! Pastries! Day passes to PULSE. ZOMG!
Personism » Jen Bekman Gallery @ PULSE New York,... →
On view: Beth Dow’s Fieldwork. On request: Paintings, Drawings + photographs from many of your favorite Jen Bekman Gallery artists.
Internet 'is causing poetry boom' - Telegraph →
Rather than killing it off, modern technologies like email, social networking sites such as Facebook and online media players are helping poets reach new audiences.