August 2018

Linkity would like to assure you that Chaos really is at least as crabby as portrayed here

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A Book That Takes Its Time: An Unhurried Adventure in Creative Mindfulness edited by Irene Smit & Astrid van der Hulst. Good collection of essays from the magazine Flow. This book has all sorts of goodies in it – little journals, stickers, etc. Not sure whether I’ll use them or not, though.


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Art Journaling Monday!

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Linkity is much more contained this week!

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Typewriters: Iconic Machines from the Golden Age of Mechanical Writing by Anthony Casillo. After a whirlwind overview of typewriter history, the rest of the book features typewriters from the author’s collection. Really, really glad this was a library book.


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Art Journaling Monday!

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In which linkity works through the tumblr backlog

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The Rise and Fall of D.O.D.O. by Neal Stephenson and Nicole Galland. This was the first Neal Stephenson I’ve read since trying and failing to get into his Baroque Cycle, so I was pleasantly surprised at how compulsively readable this was. It dragged a bit in the middle, but I was sucked in by that point. I would love to retitle it Schrodinger’s Witches: The Rise and Fall of D.O.D.O.! (Spare your wrists and read the ebook. This seems like it would be extraordinarily confusing in audio.)
Abstract Painting: The Elements of Visual Language by Jane Davies. Excellent book, summed up well by its title. This is one I’ll probably reread over and over, working to absorb the contents into my subconscious mind.


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