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Sunday Twitter Aggregate

pic.twitter.com/mOCL4ABf0v — utk tun (@utktun) June 9, 2018 Hiroshi Yoshida (吉田博) [1876–1950] – pic.twitter.com/fxyIJvGe6g / RT @PaintingColleg — Camille Stein (@CamilleStein) April 30, 2018 Maya Beano – @FabioSantilli @Pierrotsim @MocchiiDr pic.twitter.com/J4DFwLlj5k — Xavi Daniel (3Nines) (@xavierdaniel999) June 5, 2018 Red – cityscapes Joanna Grodecka pic.twitter.com/5dAyrl7RHh — Nerli Ballati Marco (@marco_nerli) May 28, 2018 pic.twitter.com/0hXihTqXSP —

Friday Night Twitter Aggregation

pic.twitter.com/iTOXrgERav — Plume (@nature_toujours) June 1, 2018 USSR. On the roads of Ural, early 1990s. Photo by Igor Gavrilov pic.twitter.com/fWDLUYNFO7 — Soviet Visuals (@sovietvisuals) June 1, 2018 we must create vicious neo-cetaceans to survive the acid oceans. something has to eat all the fucking jellyfsh pic.twitter.com/ObffYWVRis — ⊂´⌒つ・ω・)つ (@cockydooody) May 28, 2018 First wave pic.twitter.com/2JXm77yXUp

twitter aggregations e.g. unplaces, night, void wandering, etc

fuguewave loop 0000006 by brett van donsel “Each of them would soon literally be an island in an archipelago drained of time.”#JGBallard #TheDrought pic.twitter.com/WcqaSLEKBu — is.Ballardian (@TerminalBeach_) May 15, 2018 ..Soleil inversé de la nuit /Giovanna Garzoni (1600–1670) pic.twitter.com/JicMa16Kzw — Laetitia Wilfert (@LaetitiaWilfert) May 25, 2018 pic.twitter.com/uSwxOBdaQe — Archillect (@archillect) May 25, 2018 pic.twitter.com/q5WiOVyzPr —

LINKS May 21

DICTATORS Daniel Kalder on what he’s learned upon reading several books written by dictators. Fidel Castro was a great admirer of Ernest Hemingway. He met the hard living, Nobel Prize winning author twice, and kept a signed photo of “Papa” on his desk. Unlike Hemingway, however, Castro was not known for his brevity and could

LINKS 05-02-18

ADVERSARIAL COLLABORATIONS Scott Alexander has put out a call for “adversarial collaborations”: An adversarial collaboration is an effort by two people with opposing opinions on a topic to collaborate on a summary of the evidence. Just as we hope that a trial with both prosecutor and defense will give the jury a balanced view of

LINKS 04.21.18

AMERICA Tyler Cowen: Why are Americans so loud? I can think of a few hypotheses: 1. At least originally, Americans had much more space than did Europeans, and this is still true to some degree. That induce norms of loudness, which have to some extent persisted. 2. America is a nation of immigrants, with English-language

evidence of a struggle

CALIFORNIA Bay Area Residents Who Live in Vans Not to Travel, but to Contend with Housing Costs: The threat of a “knock on the door” looms constantly for those who live in their vehicles, and it can inspire paranoia. A recent discussion in a Facebook group devoted to local RV lifers quickly became split between

Strange & Wonderful Things: LINKS 03/07/18

  BIRDS A new photobook about chickens called “Chicken”: CONSCIOUSNESS From OMNI Magazine’s “Interviews from the Vault” — John Lily on dolphin consciousness: I just did a very primitive experiment — a Saturday afternoon-type experiment — at Marine World. I was floating in an isolation tank and had an underwater loudspeaker close to my head

TWITTER ROUNDUP 01/27/18

Kai Ziehl, Intersection#500pxrtg #landscapephotography #500px #blackandwhitephotography pic.twitter.com/xBRELP1LRq — BOO (@shoelessnewt) January 27, 2018

What the Hell is Going On in the World? LINKS 01/17/18

BUREAUCRACY Lucy Steigerwald on the bureaucratic protocols that recently sent Hawaii into a state of panic: Famed whistleblower Daniel Ellsberg, 86, is best known for the Pentagon Papers leak. However, at the time, he also snatched thousands of documents on nuclear policy, because everything he had learned about it during his career as a civilian