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Salon.com
The computer geek, Pablo Escobar’s hippos and all that aluminum foil: “I Touched All Your Stuff” is the weirdest true-crime tale ever toldWhen the Brazilian filmmaking duo Maíra Bühler and Matias Mariani received a gr
The computer geek, Pablo Escobar’s hippos and all that aluminum foil: “I Touched All Your Stuff” is the weirdest true-crime tale ever told
Salon.com / Posted 4 days ago
When the Brazilian filmmaking duo Maíra Bühler and Matias Mariani received a grant to make a documentary about foreign inmates in Brazil’s notorious prison system, they presumably had no idea that they would end up creating the weirdest true-crime... Read more
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Salon.com
“Mr. Robot” is the only TV show that actually understands the Internet—down to the last chilling detailWhen Elliot Alderson—the protagonist of “Mr. Robot,” played by Rami Malek—types
“Mr. Robot” is the only TV show that actually understands the Internet—down to the last chilling detail
Salon.com / Posted 5 days ago
When Elliot Alderson—the protagonist of “Mr. Robot,” played by Rami Malek—types code into his Linux terminal, it’s all actual programming. The files are invented, of course, and some of Elliot’s especially brilliant hacks are programs he’s written... Read more
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The New Yorker
All the Babies You’ll Meet on a PlaneEveryone knows that there are only a few inflexible truths in life—you are goin
All the Babies You’ll Meet on a Plane
The New Yorker / Posted 6 days ago
Everyone knows that there are only a few inflexible truths in life—you are going to die (probably alone); you are going to pay taxes; and, perhaps most important of all, you are going to take lots of plane rides during which you will be seated next... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Jonathan Franzen interview: ‘There is no way to make myself not male'Jonathan Franzen’s new novel, Purity, is partly set in Santa Cruz, a California
Jonathan Franzen interview: ‘There is no way to make myself not male'
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 11 days ago
Jonathan Franzen’s new novel, Purity, is partly set in Santa Cruz, a Californian town 70 miles south of San Francisco, where the novelist lives with his partner, Kathy. Their house is in the U-bend of a crescent, on the edge of a suburban housing... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Don DeLillo’s Underworld – still hits a home runThese are things I don’t forget: a secretary in a Mondrian dress. A 60s sexy se
Don DeLillo’s Underworld – still hits a home run
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 11 days ago
These are things I don’t forget: a secretary in a Mondrian dress. A 60s sexy secretary. And advertising. And Mondrian. A man who grabs an oil drum with a fire burning inside it, drags the drum toward baseball fans, fathers and sons lined up on a cold... Read more
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The Irish Times
The 100 best novels in English? Irish writers and critics have their say Julian Gough, Éilís Ní Dhuibhne and a host of others respond to Robert McCrum’
The 100 best novels in English? Irish writers and critics have their say
The Irish Times / Posted 12 days ago
Julian Gough, Éilís Ní Dhuibhne and a host of others respond to Robert McCrum’s ‘100 greatest novels written in English’. Read on for lively debate and hot book tips Compiling... Read more
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The Atlantic
Could the Internet Age See Another David Foster Wallace?Here is an extremely incomplete list of things I would like to know David Foste
Could the Internet Age See Another David Foster Wallace?
The Atlantic / Posted 20 days ago
Here is an extremely incomplete list of things I would like to know David Foster Wallace’s thoughts on: media coverage of Ferguson the “personal brand” the film The End of the Tour I would especially love to know his thoughts on that last one,... Read more
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The Times & The Sunday Times
Clouded Memory: Books are the bombThe atomic bomb and the subsequent nuclear arms race between the US and the Sov
Clouded Memory: Books are the bomb
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 21 days ago
The atomic bomb and the subsequent nuclear arms race between the US and the Soviet Union provided the single greatest influence on cultural production in the second half of the 20th century. As eccentric jazz legend Sun Ra said in 1982: "Nuclear... Read more
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The Huffington Post
Why I've Chosen To Read More Women AuthorsAuthenticated News via Getty Images At first, it was an accident. I was a fre
Why I've Chosen To Read More Women Authors
The Huffington Post / Posted 24 days ago
Authenticated News via Getty Images At first, it was an accident. I was a freshman in college and was taking a 45-minute plane ride home to visit my parents. Due to some mixture of indecision and neuroticism (What if we crash?! I didn’t want to be... Read more

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