Friday, March 15, 2013

Missing Links

* Book collector Richard Hell in the New York Times.* W. H. Auden was a professor of literature and history for one year at the University of Michigan for one year." His syllabus required over 6,000 pages of reading including "The Divine Comedy," "The Brother's Karamazov" and "Moby-Dick." * Here's a short film of Michael Jackson dancing, made with Legos * In 1977, when Jean-Luc Godard was invited on an assignment to Mozambique, he refused to use Kodak film on the grounds that the stock was inherently ‘racist’. * PennSound hosts a large archive of poet John Ashbery’s recorded work and performances dating back to 1951 * I could look at shit like this all day: Magnifying the Universe. Full screen is best.*

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