Will it feel the same when you tell me you love me over the phone? Will the peacefulness of those words still floor me from thousands of miles away?
The Adventure of the Red-Headed League Sidney Paget, 1891via Amy H. Sturgis I love the key-hole look and the idea of Sherlock Holmes hugging his knees while he's thinking. Amy ties it all together with other Sherlocks using the same post if you click through on the link.
A picture might be worth a thousand words, but if a particular photo that is copyrighted is posted up without prior consent from the owner, then there are legal implications to think of – which would certainly result in more than a thousand words, of course. Show More Summary
At one point or another, every successful person has had to face rejection. Here's proof that hearing the word "no" is not the end. It sucks to hear the word "no." Even when you've gotten rejected thousands of times (as any successful person has), it's still discouraging. Show More Summary
It sucks to hear the word, "no." Even when you've gotten rejected thousands of times (as any successful person has), it's still discouraging. When you hear the word, "no" — when a proposal of yours gets rejected — it's easy to think that there might be something wrong with the proposal. Show More Summary
Moosetaken by Remo Savisaar Because a week without one of Remo's photographs is like a week without sunshine. Click through on the link to see this fantastic image in full size. Simply stunning.
If a picture paints a thousand words, I want Lindsey Graham to respond to this: And while we're at it, how 'bout this one too: And then maybe he can explain how an item that comprises more than half of the nation's discretionary spending...Show More Summary
Right now, as you read these words, hundreds of thousands of people are celebrating a victory over Pokémon Red/Blue. Not individually, each holding a GameBoy loaded with an eighteen-year-old game cartridge. No, this is something entirely...Show More Summary
Eight thousand words sounds awfully long for a Q&A, but for someone with as much to say as Nick Denton, it’s really only the beginning. My hours of interviews with the Gawker Media founder for the March 2014 issue of Playboy left me with five or six times as much material as I could use, [...]
Paintings in the Place du Tertrevia Books and Art Just a hop, skip, and a jump from Montmartre’s Basilica of the Sacré Cœur in Paris is the spot where enterprising artists have set up shop. If this wasn't where we had young Hannah and Rose's portraits drawn when we were there, it is just around the corner. What a great memory this recalls!
Via Amy H. Sturgis Now that's when they understood book covers. And spines.
We left the last post having worked through the basic conceptualisation of intersectionality. If you can't be bothered to trudge through its thousand or so words, simply put it is the appreciation of how different oppressions rootedShow More Summary
From the Flickr group 1960's Polaroid Pictures of Signs in Washingtonvia Letterology Jennifer at Letterology grew up in Tacoma and has posted a lot of these photos with commentary. She notes about the Polaroids, which were taken by an...Show More Summary
I can’t remember exactly when I stopped carrying a notebook. Sometime in the past year, I gave up writing hurried descriptions of people on the subway, copying the names of artists from museum walls and the titles of books in stores,...Show More Summary
BEIRUT -- They say a picture is worth a thousand words. The one above -- showing residents of the Palestinian refugee camp of Yarmouk, located outside Damascus -- may be worth even more than that. The photograph and corresponding video were taken by the U.N. Show More Summary
This one word in a presentation or pitch is a dead giveaway that something isn't as it appears. I have watched more salespeople and companies pitch their ideas over the years than I care to count. And during thousands of interviews with...Show More Summary
If a picture is worth a thousand words, a video is worth ten thousand views. Here are 3 videos you must watch and connect the dots. These individuals are the most recent national disgrace on race and cultural dinosaurs. They are bigoted and in the case of Lorraine C. Show More Summary
Fragment of a Sarcophagus with a Mystical Boat, c AD 300via Idle Speculations The metaphor of church as boat or ship goes back to the very early Church when homilies would be given on Noah's ark as an image of the Church. I love this...Show More Summary
Watching the dramatic events in Ukraine unfold, I have harbored the hope that one or two of the thousands of people protesting in Kiev's Independence Square might have been encouraged to act on their dreams of liberty by words I spoke during a week in the city in September 2012.
By Dr. Paul Nunzio De Santis, Pharm.D: (Editor’s Note: This article covers a stock trading at less than $1 per share and/or with less than a $100 million market cap. Please be aware of the risks associated with these stocks.) A Picture...Show More Summary