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    A mini syllabus for, like, life.

    Learn how to read intelligently.

    Learn how to read intelligently.

    How To Read A Book: The Classic Guide To Intelligent Reading by Mortimer J. Adler & Charles Van Doren

    Once you read it: You'll never again completely forget the plot of a book you read.

    Goodreads | IndieBound | Amazon

    Via: Simon & Schuster

    Learn how to get things done.

    Learn how to get things done.

    Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity by David Allen

    Once you'll read it: You will be way more productive – because your tasks will be prioritized, your work day will have much-needed structure, and you'll be able to ignore unnecessary disruptions.

    Goodreads | IndieBound | Amazon

    Via: Penguin Books

    Learn how to cook.

    Learn how to cook.

    How To Cook Everything by Mark Bittman

    Once you read it: You'll be able to cook everything – and creatively, not just by reading recipes.

    Goodreads | IndieBound | Amazon

    Via: John Wiley & Sons

    Learn how to make your house a home.

    Learn how to make your house a home.

    Home Comforts: The Art & Science Of Keeping House by Cheryl Mendelson

    Once you read it: You'll know how to fold a fitted sheet!!

    Goodreads | IndieBound | Amazon

    Via: Scribner


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    This is so happy-making!

    Source: youtube.com

    Via: gawker.com


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    This viking dog is obviously a very, very good dog.

    Awwwwwww together now.

    youtube.com


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    SEVEN baby lions were born at Himeji Central Park in Japan in the month of June and eoqigoijrigorjigjosidvmiefmwief. No, seriously: sdguhweurofhiehwf!!!!!!!

    Question: what's even the cutest thing about these tiny ladies?

    Question: what's even the cutest thing about these tiny ladies?

    Buddhika Weerasinghe / Getty Images

    Is it their super round tummies?

    Is it their super round tummies?

    Buddhika Weerasinghe / Getty Images

    Is it their huge eyes that probably hold the secrets of the universe?

    Is it their huge eyes that probably hold the secrets of the universe?

    Buddhika Weerasinghe / Getty Images

    Is it their strutting and mini-roars?

    Is it their strutting and mini-roars?

    Buddhika Weerasinghe / Getty Images


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    Animal control officers in Anderson, South Carolina, thought that a barking Shih-Tzu was stuck in a ravine. Turns out, she was there nursing and protecting a tiny abandoned kitten she had found.

    Anderson Independent-Mail  /  via: 10news.com

    Animal control officer Michelle Smith got a call about a yelping dog behind a Home Depot. She climbed down a steep embankment to finda Shih-Tzu, tangled in a mess of briars. But she looked more closely, she realized Goldie had a friend: a tiny kitten who was nursing at the dog's side.

    Anderson County P.A.W.S.  /  via: facebook.com

    Anderson Police Dept.  /  via: foxcarolina.com


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    This list is guaranteed to make New Yorkers weep. From cheapest to still cheap…

    1,419 square foot, 2 bathroom home with trees in the front: $1,250

    1,419 square foot, 2 bathroom home with trees in the front: $1,250

    trulia.com

    realtor.com


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    All the kids that ruined English class are back to haunt you on the internet. :(

    Paradise Lost: Boring Peotry.

    Paradise Lost : Boring Peotry.

    Source: amazon.com

    This sorry excuse for a book, To Kill A Mockingbird.

    This sorry excuse for a book, To Kill A Mockingbird .

    Source: goodreads.com

    That damn Marxist Walt Whitman...

    That damn Marxist Walt Whitman...

    Source: amazon.com  /  via: leasthelpful.com

    Big Brother this, Big Brother that.

    Big Brother this, Big Brother that.


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    Definitive proof that books are the sexiest accessory of all.

    Source: georgezimbel.com  /  via: flavorwire.com

    Source: unitproj.library.ucla.edu  /  via: mydaguerreotypelibrarian.tumblr.com

    Source: prattlibrary.org

    Source: librarianista.tumblr.com


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    The prestigious prize is open to writers from Britain, Ireland and the Commonwealth who write full-length novels in the English language. The longlist of nominees this year includes seven women, three debut novels, and a multimedia e-book series.

    The list:
    Five Star Billionaire, Tash Aw (Fourth Estate)
    We Need New Names, NoViolet Bulawayo (Chatto & Windus)
    The Luminaries, Eleanor Catton (Granta)
    Harvest, Jim Crace (Picador)
    The Marrying of Chani Kaufman, Eve Harris (Sandstone Press)
    The Kills, Richard House (Picador)
    The Lowland, Jhumpa Lahiri (Bloomsbury)
    Unexploded, Alison MacLeod ( Hamish Hamilton)
    TransAtlantic, Colum McCann (Bloomsbury)
    Almost English, Charlotte Mendelson (Mantle)
    A Tale for the Time Being, Ruth Ozeki (Canongate)
    The Spinning Heart, Donal Ryan (Doubleday Ireland)
    The Testament of Mary, Colm Tóibín (Viking)

    Source: facebook.com

    Via: Fourth Estate


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    Texans like their wide open spaces, y’all.

    Brady, Texas.

    Brady, Texas.

    Photo by Trey Ratcliff.

    Source: flickr.com

    New Ulm, Texas.

    New Ulm, Texas.

    Photo by Justin Jensen.

    Source: flickr.com

    4th of July on Lake Austin.

    4th of July on Lake Austin.

    Photo by Trey Ratcliff.

    Source: flickr.com

    Wildflowers in Guadalupe County, Texas.

    Wildflowers in Guadalupe County, Texas.

    Photo by Jack.

    Source: flickr.com


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    Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s classic Sherlock Holmes story The Red-Headed League should tide you over until BBC’s Sherlock finally returns.

    I had called upon my friend, Mr. Sherlock Holmes, one day in the autumn of last year and found him in deep conversation with a very stout, florid-faced, elderly gentleman with fiery red hair. With an apology for my intrusion, I was about to withdraw when Holmes pulled me abruptly into the room and closed the door behind me.

    Source: rebloggy.com

    "You could not possibly have come at a better time, my dear Watson," he said cordially.

    "I was afraid that you were engaged."

    "So I am. Very much so."

    "Then I can wait in the next room."

    "Not at all. This gentleman, Mr. Wilson, has been my partner and helper in many of my most successful cases, and I have no doubt that he will be of the utmost use to me in yours also."

    Source: giphy.com


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    The best part is that the pitch is actually pretty solid. OK, that’s not really the BEST part…

    This is Shin Soo-Ji

    This is Shin Soo-Ji

    Source: flickr.com

    She is a successful South Korean rhythmic gymnast.

    She is a successful South Korean rhythmic gymnast.

    Source: flickr.com

    Rhythmic gymnastics is, as all Olympics enthusiasts are aware, actually incredibly beautiful and impressive.

    Rhythmic gymnastics is, as all Olympics enthusiasts are aware, actually incredibly beautiful and impressive.

    Via: China Photos / Getty Images

    However, it is perhaps not quite as impressive as what happened with Shin Soo-Ji was asked to throw out the first pitch at a recent Korean Baseball Organization game.

    However, it is perhaps not quite as impressive as what happened with Shin Soo-Ji was asked to throw out the first pitch at a recent Korean Baseball Organization game.


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    Publishers trying to get teens today to read the controversial 1979 book have catapulted over the line.

    You may have been forever scarred by the 1979 young adult book Flowers in the Attic, which looked like this first edition:

    You may have been forever scarred by the 1979 young adult book Flowers in the Attic , which looked like this first edition:

    Creepy right? YES, IT WAS TOTALLY CREEPY.

    Via: Pocket Books

    He yelled out something like, "You're mine, Cathy! Mine! You'll always be mine! No matter who comes into your future, you'll always belong to me! I'll make you mine...tonight....now! I had the strong dancer's legs, he had the biceps and greater weight...and he had much more determination than I to use something hot, swollen and demanding, so much that it stole reasoning and sanity from him. And I loved him. I wanted what he wanted — if he wanted it that much, right or wrong. Somehow we wound up on that old mattress — that filthy, smelly stained mattress that must have known lovers long before this night. And that is where he took me, and forced in that swollen, rigid male sex part of him that had to be satisfied. It drove into my tight and resisting flesh which tore and bled.

    Yep, those lines about a brother and sister were written by this little old lady:

    Yep, those lines about a brother and sister were written by this little old lady:

    Source: troupe-literaria.blogspot.com

    Everyone who read Flowers In The Attic as a kid remembers it well.

    Everyone who read Flowers In The Attic as a kid remembers it well.

    Source: goodreads.com


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    These well-dressed teenager of the ’50s and ’60s were inspired by the styles of the Edwardian dandies. In addition to looking fine as hell, they were early converts to the gospel of rock and roll.

    Teddy boys were one of the first subcultures to celebrate their own youth, begetting egomaniacal teenagers for generations to come.

    Teddy boys were one of the first subcultures to celebrate their own youth, begetting egomaniacal teenagers for generations to come.

    Via: Juliette Lasserre/Stringer / Getty Images

    Early Teddies listened to jazz and skiffle music, but soon converted to the church of Elvis Presley and Bill Haley.

    Early Teddies listened to jazz and skiffle music, but soon converted to the church of Elvis Presley and Bill Haley.

    Via: Associated Newspapers/ Rex / Rex USA

    Teddy Girls were also known as Judies.

    Teddy Girls were also known as Judies.

    Source: edwardianteddyboy.com

    And they were basically the coolest girls that ever walked the planet.

    And they were basically the coolest girls that ever walked the planet.

    Source: Ken Russel  /  via: messynessychic.com


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    If you can’t afford your own Eames lounge, you might be able to at least treat your cat or dog to something ridiculously beautiful.

    Source: catswall.com

    This tiny daybed for a cat or a small dog.

    This tiny daybed for a cat or a small dog.

    Source: etsy.com


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    Everyone’s gotta teen sometime.

    Margaret Atwood

    Margaret Atwood

    Source: fuckyeahtoronto.tumblr.com

    James Baldwin

    James Baldwin

    Source: ebay.com

    Ray Bradbury

    Ray Bradbury

    Source: blogs.ancestry.com

    F. Scott Fitzgerald

    F. Scott Fitzgerald

    Source: musing-bibliophage.tumblr.com


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    Photographer Henry Hargreaves attended the Hemingway look-a-like contest at Sloppy Joe’s in Key West, FL, and shot 13 of the bearded contestants vying to be the next “Papa”. He had each sitter don a replica of the sweater Hemingway wore in an iconic black and white portrait from 1957.

    The Hemingway contest included approximately 150 silver foxes all vying for the trophy.

    The Hemingway contest included approximately 150 silver foxes all vying for the trophy.

    At the studio, Hargreaves told each sitter about the original shoot with Karsh: "how Hemingway just returned from Africa and a terrible plane crash and was in agony; asked them to contemplate the amazing amount of pain he was in but the equally amazing focus he had to sit quietly for a portrait."

    Via: Henry Hargreaves

    This is the iconic photo of Ernest Hemingway taken by Yousuf Karsh.

    This is the iconic photo of Ernest Hemingway taken by Yousuf Karsh.

    Source: karsh.org

    And here, the Hemingway impersonators...

    And here, the Hemingway impersonators...

    Hargreaves says that "everything came together to take them to a place of pure expression: being Hemingway, inhabiting him; looking like, even feeling like The Man himself. Just what I was after."

    Via: Henry Hargreaves

    Via: Henry Hargreaves


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    We had so many crazy adventures as kids… and all of them while hiding under the covers with a flashlight after bedtime.


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    A new book , Lolita: The Story Of A Cover Girl , reimagines the cover of Vladimir Nabokov’s classic novel. Heart-shaped sunglasses not included.

    Matt Dorfman / metalmother.com

    Michael Bierut / pentagram.com

    Jessica Hische / Via jessicahische.is

    Rachel Berger / rachelberger.info


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    For anyone who grew up on the internet, the online world is real life. Sexting included.

    Eric Thayer / Reuters

    Everyone in the media is talking about whether Anthony Weiner's indiscretions count as cheating, and whether young people have different ideas about sexting and monogamy than everyone else. Huffington Post ran polls on whether sexting is "actual" cheating. The New York Times called Weiner's interactions "online flirtations," while The Daily Beast felt the need to qualify with parentheses — "adultery (of a kind)." Tom Gara of The Wall Street Journal tweeted that "if your biggest relationship shortcoming is you like having online sex chats with other women, thats miles from the big-league of shortcomings." And in a segment on ABC News about sexting, relationship expert Donna Barnes said that while Weiner was "doing the sexual intimacy" with Leathers, he wasn't guilty of physical or emotional infidelity because "he didn't even know this person."

    Didn't he, though?

    Old folks are wont to say that nothing is what it seems on the internet; people (or "trolls") say horrible things they don't really mean, Anthony Weiner is Carlos Danger, and no one knows you're a dog. But those things don't just happen inside a computer. They are part of the real world: The victims of online bullying sometimes kill themselves, Huma Abedin is still married to that guy, and any dog who's using the internet has a lot of explaining to do.

    For those who grew up with the internet, the people they know online and the people they know offline are often one and the same. We interact all day on Facebook with friends we first met face-to-face, and we meet our Twitter followers for drinks. The internet is real life, and that's all there is to it.

    Apologies to The New Yorker.

    blogs.ubc.ca

    The first time I met online friends in person, it was 1994 and I was 12 years old. They were the fellow users of a local dial-up bulletin board system (BBS) in the Washington, D.C., area. Other than using nerdy aliases like Surrealistic Pickle and Snow Wookie, we were completely ourselves online and the first time I "met" them wasn't really like meeting them at all. I already knew them. And while hanging out in person was cool, we were still awkward teens — all a little better at expressing ourselves in writing than we were face-to-face. When I look back, I remember our endless discussions on our message boards much more vividly than I remember the meet-ups.

    Since then, I've made important memories both offline and on. Some of the most intense romantic moments I've had with boyfriends and crushes have been on the phone, via text, or over email (or during a few torrid weeks, with Twitter's direct message feature). A few years ago I visited a friend who I'd been a bit in love with and found, on his wall, a Post-it Note on which he'd inscribed a drunken text message I'd once sent him.

    I immediately took a picture of it with my iPhone.


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