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Recommended Reading: Porsche Turbo

3 hours agoVehicles / Cars :

Scans taken from Porsche Turbo. Say the words Porsche and turbo, and most enthusiasts will conjure up images of the 911-based Porsche 930, or its racing equivalents, the Porsche 934 and 935. The history of forced-induction Porsches goes back far earlier than this, as author Randy Leffingwell details in Porsche Turbo, his latest effort for […]

Ned Foley Stocking Stuffer

What do you give the election law nerd who has everything? I’d suggest Ned Foley’s new book, Ballot Battles. I’ve read this in draft and I highly recommend it to anyone who wants to know how we’ve handled close and … Continue readin...

Favorite Novels of 2015

Novels once again dominated my reading this year, and many impressed me. These are the 11 novels I have most recommended to friends, family, and anyone else who has crossed my path this year (my personal metric for "favorite"). All....

Looking For A Good Read? Look No Further Than These Award Reading Lists

yesterdayGenres / Sci Fi : io9

With the end of the year coming up fast, two awards have started up their annual ‘recommended reading lists’ to look back on the year’s released works. Read more...

Keep a “Comfort Doodad” Nearby When You Need to Relax and Think

The office isn’t necessarily the best place to brainstorm great ideas. James Kerr, author of The Executive Checklist, recommends keeping a small object with you that mentally transports you to a different place. Read more...

The NSA Will Finally Kill Its Metadata Snooping Program This Weekend

2 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

The National Security Agency is finally shutting down one of its spying programs this weekend. I do not recommend screaming I LOVE ISIS JIHAD into your phone to celebrate. Read more...

A response to 'On Pandering'

Unless it’s to support someone I know or explicitly recommended, I no longer read white men. It’s not to make a political statement so much as I’m tired of seeing the world through their eyes. If you asked me to name my literary influences, it would probably take an hour before a white man appeared....

TBT: Days of Being Wild

Back when "people" "read" "blogs": a Thanksgiving memory And how. First off, a big, belated thank you to all the kind folks who weighed in with film recommendations for my madcap Manhattan adventure last week. Almost immediately after I...

Review: Marjorie Prime (Writers Theatre)

With Marjorie Prime, Director Kimberly Senior helms a story that’s accessible and compelling, even as the philosophical conundrums it poses become almost too weighty to wrap your mind around. Recommended. (read Catey Sullivan's entire review...)

The Wednesday Blogaround

This blogaround brought to you by the color blue.Recommended Reading:Veronica: [Content Note: Police brutality; systemic racism] Organizational Change, #LaquanMcDonald, and #RekiaBoydThe Feminist Wire Editors: [CN: Racism; misogyny;Show More Summary

Staff Picks: ‘Spotlight,’ ‘Smooth Talk,’ and ‘The Next Picture Show’

Need a great book to read, album to listen to, or TV show to get hooked on? The Flavorwire team is here to help: in this weekly feature, our editorial staffers recommend the cultural object or experience they’ve enjoyed most in the past seven days. Click through for our picks, and tell us what you’ve been loving in the comments. …Read More

Books From Around The World

It’s fair to say that much of my recent reading has been inspired by your recommendations left in the comments, often under articles that had little to do with literature (you have such eclectic interests!) Since it shall be a slow week with my US based writers and readers celebrating Thanksgiving, I thought that it might be a good chance […]

Wine News: What I'm Reading the Week of 11/22

I read a lot of stuff about wine on the Internet. People frequently ask me for recommendations. But there's just so much out there and only so much room in my head. In part that's why I've been curating a wine magazine on on Flipboard for the last year or so. Show More Summary

Natural Wine Drinker's Resource

The Feiring Line is the best option you have for finding the best wine recommendations world wide that are organic, biodynamic and real. Read in 15 different countries, people love it. I developed this to be a quick read, but yet after each issue experience, the reader emerges smarter and better equipped to get the wines you need. Show More Summary

Just Cause 3 PC system specs leaked

Just Cause 3's PC system requirements have been leaked based on a photo of the back of the game's box (via Reddit). They are as follows: Recommended: Read more…

The Monday Blogaround

This blogaround brought to you by vinegar chips.Recommended Reading:Rachel: [Content Note: Misogyny; racism; disablism; moving GIFs at link; some images may be NSFW] Selfie: The Revolutionary Potential of Your Own Face, in Seven ChaptersJuly:...Show More Summary

Leave It To TV

Recommended Reading: this piece from Electric Literature on how 80s television broached topics that we’re still afraid to talk about today. Here’s a bonus piece on reality television, as well.

The Friday Blogaround

This blogaround brought to you by hoop earrings.Recommended Reading:Sara: [Content Note: Transphobia; fat hatred] This Post Is High in Trans FatAbdullah: [CN: Islamophobia; terrorism] I'm a Muslim, and I Hold No Responsibility for the...Show More Summary

Anything for Money

On Electric Literature’s Recommended Reading Tumblr, check out National Book Award finalist Karen E. Bender’s short story “Anything for Money.”

Review: The Merry Widow (Lyric Opera of Chicago)

Lyric Opera's sumptuous production of The Merry Widow is a wondrous spectacle for the eyes as well as the ears, and a great holiday treat for Chicago. Highly Recommended! (read Jacob Davis' entire review....)

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