Read – Online
The Dutch language department at the VU University in Amsterdam has ceased to exist. Emma van Meijeren advises the faculty to look inward to understand why this has happened.
An interview with Taylor Jenkins Reid, author of the book Daisy Jones & The Six, that I finished in one day earlier this month.
Arabelle Sicardi writes about How our online beauty buys are being used to identify us as customers and criminals.
A new month, a new scandal in beauty land: Kat von D’s attempt at damage control is highly unsuccesful.
One of her ex-boyfriends who is a member of Mötley Crüe, tries a similar thing: “Nikki Sixx on Rape Story in Motley Crue Memoir: ‘I Have No Clue Why It’s in There’“.
And finally: Netflix’s Mötley Crüe movie ‘The Dirt’ highlights why a musical #MeToo reckoning is so difficult. And no, I haven’t seen the film, nor am I going to.
Listened to – Music
Storytime with LP: once upon a time a very very long ago, I found myself by myself on the dance floor of a mediocre club during a high school party. As in: I was literally the only person on the dance floor, the rest of the attendees were getting their liquor on at the bar. #thispartysucks Anyway, I was busting some moves when all of a sudden the best track EVER was played. For years and years I’ve tried to find it, and now I have. Have a listen and go bezerk: Chicken Techno
Listened to – Podcasts
It was a month without podcasts.
Watched – Films and Documentaries
Watched – TV and Youtube
Food for thought: Y’ALL, THESE BRANDS ARE R*CIST ON PURPOSE… A RANT
Inside Japan’s Chicano Subculture. Strange. Very strange.
Antiqueseller Alex buys an entire and very full house. Of course this is only the beginning of an amazing story, which he shares in his The Potters House series.
Alice Potts makes art out of sweat. Yes, this sentence is correct.1