On Friday, linkity has Friday on its mind



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Reading Update
McLuhan for Beginners by W. Terrance Gordon & Susan Willmarth. A relatively easy-to-digest visual introduction to Marshall McLuhan’s work in media studies.
The Victoria Vanished (Bryant & May #6) by Christopher Fowler. DNF. I think I’ve just run out of steam on this series. Tapping out.
The Artist’s Library: A Field Guide by Laura Damon-Moore & Erinn Batykefer. Pretty good look at ways artists (visual artists, performing artists, musicians, etc) can use public libraries as resources and inspiration. The first half was the most interesting for me and had some great journaling/creativity prompts that I’ll be trying.
How to Be Human: Diary of an Autistic Girl by Florida Frenz. What is says in the title. It’s good, but pretty short. My favorite part was the forward, in which Frenz really nailed how it feels to be autistic.

*derp* -Chaos

9 thoughts on “On Friday, linkity has Friday on its mind”

  1. omg, the hockey rudown That’s genius. I can’t stop laughing.

    “I have been interested in hockey for dozens of days, now, so I like to think of myself as something of an expert on the subject. “

  2. I didn’t expect the Solar System in a bottle to be “some assembly required”. I’d imagined a ship in a bottle, only with a solar system. The sun and gas giants would be larger than the bottle opening. And maybe an anatomically correct Atlas holding up the heavens. Yes, that would be nice.

  3. A most excellent linkety.

    I watched the entire NdGT interview, put his book on my Audible wish list, and started searching eBay for calligraphic pens. Score! Also: started following the structuresoftheworld on IG.

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