1. chimyen:

A sketch for a print collection, never got anywhere, but I still like it

    chimyen:

    A sketch for a print collection, never got anywhere, but I still like it

    Reblogged from: chimyen
  2. get-educated:

JUST as important as learning to cite a paper, being a good digital citizen is a MUST in the world today.
This image puts “things” found on the internet in a more meaningful context… 

    get-educated:

    JUST as important as learning to cite a paper, being a good digital citizen is a MUST in the world today.

    This image puts “things” found on the internet in a more meaningful context… 

    Reblogged from: itsnotlogicitsameanstoanend
  3. 
"Look, I… I may not be an explorer, or an adventurer, or a treasure-seeker, or a gunfighter, Mr. O’Connell, but I am proud of what I am”

    "Look, I… I may not be an explorer, or an adventurer, or a treasure-seeker, or a gunfighter, Mr. O’Connell, but I am proud of what I am”

    Reblogged from: transformativetidbits
  4. thepenguinpress:

Via O Magazine
Zadie Smith: What It Means to Be Addicted to Reading

    thepenguinpress:

    Via O Magazine

    Zadie Smith: What It Means to Be Addicted to Reading

    Reblogged from: bookporn
  5. In 2014, there are still people who are fine with women’s success as long as it’s not too successful. But once they hit a certain level of success, they should step back and allow others to move forward. While women can be successful within established constraints, they better not reach beyond that. Success must be met with grace – being thankful for what one has rather than striving for more – as well as the understanding that it was luck rather than hard work, drive, dedication, or, god forbid, ambition, that drove their success.

    Once a woman dares attribute her achievement to more than just luck and suggests wanting more and wanting to do more, look out. She’s stepped too far, and people are eager —bloodthirsty, even —to show up and put her back in her place.
    Reblogged from: itsnotlogicitsameanstoanend
  6. mortten:

lettuce umbrella

    mortten:

    lettuce umbrella

    Reblogged from: spoopyallnightspoopyallday
  7. It’s dangerous to assume that numbers tell the whole story. It’s better to think of data not as a smoking gun, but as a trail of breadcrumbs. Metrics can point you toward problem areas or alert you to a potential issue that you might not have otherwise noticed.
    We definitely agree with this statement in a pretty good article about metrics pitfalls: 5 Measurement Pitfalls to Avoid. (via analyticisms)
    Reblogged from: infoneer-pulse
  8. geek-studio:

Mathematics Math Chalkboard Clock by RipdNTorn
    Reblogged from: geek-studio
  9. books-cupcakes:

Our Newest Little Reader

    books-cupcakes:

    Our Newest Little Reader

    Reblogged from: books-cupcakes
    • Every guy ever: You're a sexy librarian. You must just sit and read all the time. Haha what an easy job. Libraries still have books, right? I haven't been in a library since 1932.
    Reblogged from: lecieltumultueux
  10. openbookstore:

vintageanchorbooks:

"The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle: a novel by Haruki Murakami, cut paper, 40.5 cms circumference, 2008" by Stefana McClure, an artist from Northern Ireland (now in New York). This piece is a copy of the book, The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle, taken apart, cut it into strips, stuck all of the strips back together again in a continuous line and then wound the whole thing back up into a ball.

Wonderful!

    openbookstore:

    vintageanchorbooks:

    "The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle: a novel by Haruki Murakami, cut paper, 40.5 cms circumference, 2008" by Stefana McClure, an artist from Northern Ireland (now in New York). This piece is a copy of the book, The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle, taken apart, cut it into strips, stuck all of the strips back together again in a continuous line and then wound the whole thing back up into a ball.

    Wonderful!

    Reblogged from: openbookstore
  11. utilitarianthings:

    Akos Hajdok’s Acceptable table has a bookshelf embedded in its table top. 

    Reblogged from: yahighway
  12. Reblogged from: teachingliteracy
  13. 10 libraries to visit with Google Street View

    Reblogged from: readingismyhustle
  14. themobilemovement:

Text Definition: “K”

    themobilemovement:

    Text Definition: “K”

    Reblogged from: themobilemovement
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