Monday, July 19, 2010

Storychord combines a song, a photograph, and a story, and then sees what happens. (It'd be interesting to compile a collection of reactions by readers.)

Did you know that J. Jonah Jameson is on Twitter? He is, and he is posting in all caps, and he is ANGRY. But also hilarious.

I doubt JJ would be a fan of slow reading. (Too slow!) But others think the interwebs have fried our brains and we need to go back to reading slowly and carefully and yada yada yada.

Jousting: the next extreme sport? Got Medieval (always a fun read) explains why it really shouldn't be.

The Smithsonian is hosting an exhibit of Norman Rockwell paintings, many of which are owned by Steven Spielberg and George Lucas. The exhibit's website explores this slightly strange association. (Did you know Rockwell had thoughts of becoming a film director? I didn't.)

Meanwhile, way over on the other end of the art spectrum, The Quietus interviews Alan Moore, who is endlessly fascinating to me.

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