When I come across an interesting link / video / story that touches me, I often copy the link to blog about it at a later point. Yet by then, there's already another interesting link that is waiting... to keep the links from vanishing unblogged, I started this "links-that-touched-me" series. Here's the next part:
- Gabriel Garcia Marquez, The Art of Fiction - an interview in the Paris Review
- World Book Club Podcast: Maya Angelou "I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings"
(& podcast page)
- "Why I live in mortal dread of public speaking" - a ted talk
- "Henry Rollins Shows His Ass, Gets Told, Owns It" - a blog post about life and judging others: "Life is one long process of discovery about just how little you know about pretty much everything, and that includes people and the insides of their heads."
- "I Liked Everything I Saw on Facebook for Two Days" - a Wired report
- "We Need to Talk About Shark Week" - a letter from a scientist: "What bothers me is the irresponsibility of this kind of programming..."
- "99 Locations of New York" - a different kind of city video
- July 2014: look in the mirror, 61 things...
- June 2014: travel is, Slowalk, real words
- May 2014: Perspectives, ISS, Poetry Storehouse
- March 2014: Kerouac, shipping yard, film fatales,Hiding, Guardian Film Show
- February 2014: transforming problems, noticing thejourney, poetry podcast
- January 2014: stop saying, when i was, worstpasswords, windows, why dieting....