Category Archives: heroes

Link

http://denversyntax.tumblr.com/post/18212403649/hangovers-are-not-punishment

A Well Worn Path…

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Should I live long enough to earn the moniker “old man” it will be because men like Leonard Cohen showed me the way. Bless you sir.

back from the dead…with today’s cool shit…

(via zefrank)

this station is playing 24 hours of Mingus to celebrate his birthday…

(via ucb)

some hot Donna Summer action fo yo asses…

~Disco~ Donna Summer – I Feel Love from ourvinylcollection on Vimeo.

(also via ucb)

most exciting of all is this post on Deep Media

Is a nonlinear book still a book? Yes, sort of. But in both a literal and a figurative sense, the book will come unbound. As the strict linearity of printed text gives way to the associative engine of hypertext, books seem destined to become not so much grand constructs as an agglomeration of chapters. Just as you can buy individual songs on iTunes for 99 cents apiece, Johnson projects, you’ll be able to buy individual chapters or short stories.

this is just one of the kinds of things i’m working on…

we’ll catch up on the photos starting tomorrow…

back from the dead…with today's cool shit…

(via zefrank)

this station is playing 24 hours of Mingus to celebrate his birthday…

(via ucb)

some hot Donna Summer action fo yo asses…

~Disco~ Donna Summer – I Feel Love from ourvinylcollection on Vimeo.

(also via ucb)

most exciting of all is this post on Deep Media

Is a nonlinear book still a book? Yes, sort of. But in both a literal and a figurative sense, the book will come unbound. As the strict linearity of printed text gives way to the associative engine of hypertext, books seem destined to become not so much grand constructs as an agglomeration of chapters. Just as you can buy individual songs on iTunes for 99 cents apiece, Johnson projects, you’ll be able to buy individual chapters or short stories.

this is just one of the kinds of things i’m working on…

we’ll catch up on the photos starting tomorrow…

today's cool shit…

this combines two things i love geeking out over…music and art…


(via cnet)

also…

Mr Bourdain show us how to respond when your nemesis makes a gracious gesture…