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500 Days of Kristin, Day 216: Trend Watch

6 hours agoEntertainment : Defamer

In a series of (free to access ) posts on the Official Kristin Cavallari App for iPhone and Android, Kristin Cavallari has forecasted some hot trends for fall. So far, she’s recommended “menswear” and “jeans.” What’s next? Read more...

The Friday Blogaround

This blogaround brought to you by seagulls.Recommended Reading:Miriam and Akiba: [Content Note: Racism; displacement; violence] INFOGRAPHIC: Race and Recovery 10 Years After Hurricane KatrinaSesali: [CN: Fat hatred] Is "Confident" the...Show More Summary

More excellent $2 ebooks on Amazon

yesterdayHumor / odd : Boing Boing

Amazon has been offering great deals on ebooks lately. Here are some books I've read and recommend, priced at $1.99: Dark Places, by Gillian Flynn (Listen to my interview with Gillian) Ready Player One, by Ernest Cline (Watch my interview with Ernie) The Maze Runner, by James Dasher A Game of Thrones (A Song of Ice and Fire, Book 1), by George R. Read the rest

Hardcore Book Lovers

Recommended Reading: Ben Parker constructs a short history of hardcore music in his review of Tony Rettman’s NYHC: New York Hardcore 1980-1990 in n+1. Also, music for book lovers.

Get your daily recommended dose of Bill Murray in this Rock the Kasbah trailer!

Bill Murray stars along side Bruce Willis, Zooey Deschanel, Danny McBride, Scott Caan, Leem Lubany and Kate Hudson in Barry Levinson's dramedy Rock the Kasbah. Read the full article on AICN Ahoy, squirts! Quint here. So, Bill Murray's got a flick called Rock the Kasbah directed by the great Barry Levinson coming out in October. Show More Summary

The Destruction of a Ruin

Recommended Reading: Teju Cole meditates on the destruction of the Baalshamin temple in Palmyra, Syria at The New Inquiry. “The destruction of a ruin is like the desecration of a body. It is a vengeance wreaked on the past in order to embitter the future.“

Thursday links: the face of illiquidity

Book recommendation: Steve Lohr’s Data-ism: The Revolution Transforming Decision Making, Consumer Behavior, and Almost Everything Else is an interesting read.  (Reading the...

Shorties (Ann Beattie on Books & Reading, Stream the New Lou Barlow Album, and more)

Ann Beattie talked books and reading with the New York Times. NPR Music is streaming Lou Barlow's new album Brace the Wave. Booksellers recommended fall reading at Lit Hub. NPR Music is streaming The Arcs' new album Yours, Dreamily. Electric...

Delicious by Sherry Thomas

So a friend of mine on Twitter read Season for Scandal upon my recommendation and FLIPPED OUT (well, for her she flipped out) and put it on her “Wow” shelf on GoodReads. I, being a nosy sort, wanted to know what else was on that shelf,...Show More Summary

Save-for-later app Pocket adds recommendations

Pocket, a popular app for saving articles to read later, has added a recommendation feature to help users find what to read next, the company announced in a blog post Pocket 6.0 has added a tab to the top of its app that'll swap between...Show More Summary


A couple of articles to read together — see “The Fearful and the Frustrated” by Evan Osnos at The New Yorker and an article recommended by Joan16, “Hate-Group Watchdog: Trump Has ‘White Nationalist Positions.'” Tweet

The Wednesday Blogaround

This blogaround brought to you by soup.Recommended Reading:Michelle: [Content Note: Fat hatred; weight loss talk; beauty policing] We Deserve to Look Like OurselvesJulia: [CN: Transphobia; racism; misogyny; homophobia] That Joke Isn't...Show More Summary

Staff Picks: Witch Dramas, ‘Fun Home: The Musical,’ and Dope Body’s ‘Kunk’

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

Pocket adds a ‘Recommendations’ feature to help curate quality reading material

Pocket, the service for those who want to save an interesting article for later, will now start seeing recommended content in-app and online. The new ‘Recommended’ tab is included in Pocket 6.0, which has rolled out for Android, iOS and the Web. Show More Summary

Legendary Lovers

Recommended Reading: Becca Rothfeld on courtship and gender roles in Murasaki Shikibu’s The Tale of Genji, a classic work of Japanese literature written at the turn of the eleventh century.

The Amount of Sleep You Should Get at Night to Be Happiest the Next Day

It’s no secret that sleep significantly affects our mood and performance the next day. How many hours of sleep is the sweet spot, though? Jawbone’s study offers concrete recommendations. Read more...

Read the World’s Best Books for Free With The Harvard Classics

Most of us struggle to choose which book to read next. Either we’ve run out of recommendations, or our “to read” list leaves us spoiled for choice. And with time being so short, we don’t want to risk wasting any of it on a book that’s less than par. Show More Summary

Fantasy Martial Arts

Blog Article/Post Caveat (Read First Please: Click the Link) I just read today’s post on the God’s Bastard Blog and it made me think of this question. I recommend reading God’s Bastard’s post HERE first. When I read the last paragraph...Show More Summary

Pocket Now Recommends Articles for You Based on the One's You've Saved

Pocket is one of our favorite services for saving articles to read later. Today, the service has introduced a Recommended section with content customized to your saving and reading habits. Read more...

Pocket 6.0 introduces Recommendation, lays the foundation for future features

Popular read it later service Pocket has been updated, adding recommendations for users. Recommendations are meant to focus on "high-quality content", offering you interesting or important stories that you may have missed. Recommendations...Show More Summary

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