Treefrog tadpoles (Agalychnis). Native to forests in Mexico, Central America and northwestern South America.
The fringe benefit of learning book repair in library school is great paper craft skills. I had so much fun making these for snackcart! I love saying “bone folder.”
Scott and Zelda’s rules for guests, circa 1922
Celebrate Friday night Fitzgerald-style. Poor children, parked in the garage.
The pamphlet was printed and published by noted American type designer, calligrapher, and book designer W.A. Dwiggins and L.B. Siegfried in 1919 and decried the then current state of book production.
"To what extent are you living your life and to what extent are you performing your life to other people? Pictures on Facebook streams of people looking happy at parties, out in nightclubs… But surely if you’re having that good of a time, you’re not posing for photos? I increasingly get the sense that that’s why people go to places, to photograph something. I don’t understand who people are trying to impress because everyone they’re trying to impress are trying to impress other people as well. So it becomes a strange world of exaggerated service. But maybe I’m just talking out my arse."
Charlie Brooker discusses his series Black Mirror, a poignant and unpretentious meditation on the future of technology and social media, which I’m still thinking about, 7 months after watching it for the first time | Wired UK
Check out the series here.
He was surprised to find how little he had documented their relationship compared to some of the other things in his life, like bowls of ramen he’d eaten, or the sun hitting the buildings a certain way. And wasn’t that odd—that his most striking memories were also the ones least captured; ones he’d been so wrapped up in that he’d forgotten to capture in the first place.