This Month – September

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Gelezen – Online

Toys Are Taking Vacations and Seeing the World (Without Their Owners)

Beyond Kellerman’s: Inside the Real Catskill Resorts That Inspired Dirty Dancing

Teach Yourself to Echolocate

Why Do Canadians Say ‘Eh’? The story behind Canada’s most distinctive verbal tic.

How Pantone Comes Up With New Colors for Its Authoritative Guide

Remembering Nüshu, the 19th-Century Chinese Script Only Women Could Write

It’s a Sad (Foot) Day as the Happy Foot/Sad Foot Sign Comes Down

The Myth of Making It If the most financially and critically successful artists don’t feel successful, maybe there’s something wrong with how we think about success

Meet Ladybeard, the Crown Prince of Japan’s Strangest Music Scene

The truth about RVs

Jack Conte, Patreon, and the Plight of the Creative Class

What Ever Happened To Waterbeds?

The most relaxing vacation you can take is going nowhere at all

Protests Over Proposed Sidewalk Sleeping Law Bring City Council Meeting to a Halt

Geluisterd – Muziek

Tim Hardin – How Can We Hang on to a Dream

Foo Fighters – Walking After You

Mobina Galore – Dig Myself Out

Mezerg – Welcome Theremin

Halsey – Graveyard (Time-lapse)

Geluisterd – Podcasts

Pleasure Studies

Gezien – Films en documentaires

One More Time With Feeling

Bros – After the screaming stops

Mama Mania

Gezien – TV en Youtube

Sustainable designer Niki Schoondergang

DIY Unfolding pouch/Unfolding pouch tutorial

Diverse leutigheden

Interactive map that shows of each house in The Netherlands when it was built

MOO color study

This Month – March

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Read – Online

F. D. C. Willard co-authored a physics paper. Which is impressive in and off itself, but super extra impressive when you consider that Chester, the name he went by in daily life, was a cat.

I Resurrected My Dead Friends As Sims To Watch Them Live The Lives They Never Will: beautiful article written by Ocean Capewell in which she writes about how she tries to deal with the death of her friends by giving them a new life as a Sims character.

Urban Weed Awards Crown Unwanted Plants with Superlatives. Because the concept of “weeds” should be abolished. See also: vermin.

Ulay, Boundary-Pushing Performance Artist, Dies at 76

Come on, people. Don’t be like this: So You’ve Been ‘Zodiac Shamed.’ You’re Not Alone.

A very, very important question: When Your Ancestry Test Entangles Others: Today’s DNA kits can reveal secrets that affect not just your own family but strangers as well. Should one person’s right to know take precedence over another’s life narrative?

Whitewashed without Notice, Judy Baca’s Iconic Freeway Mural Is Being Fully Restored

A Deep Dive Into the Confusing World of Sustainable Beauty.

Listened to – Music

HAIM – Want You Back. Yes, also because of the video.

Listened to – Podcasts

None

Watched – Films and Documentaries

None in English.

Watched – TV and Youtube

The ingredients of a classic house track.

Why this chair is on so many album covers.

Carol Kaye: Rock’s Most Prolific Session Musician.

VOICE TEACHER ACTUALLY TEACHES ft Addie of Halocene. It’s so cool to immediately hear the difference a little tweak makes, even with somebody who has an amazing voice to begin with.

Woman Builds £1000 Tiny Earthen Home To Live Close To Nature In Welsh Woods.

Why The Costumes of Little Women did NOT deserve an Oscar.

RICK OWENS FW20 WOMENS PERFORMA.

Who is allowed to be a victim? | Travis Alabanza | TEDxBrum.

I MADE ARIANA GRANDE’S GRAMMYS DRESS.

Great news: The era of fake writing is upon us. Which means that not too long from now, I will finally get to stop. Writing, that is.

How San Francisco erased a neighborhood.

Dirty Dancing is radical: here’s why.

Overrated Bullet Journal Supplies For Beginners.

HOW TO MAKE PAPER INCLUDING MOULD and DECKLE TUTORIAL from Recycled Scraps DIY.

Pink and Burgundy peonies. Hand embroidery for beginners.

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