Quote of the day
Lean back under a tree, put your arms behind your head, wonder at the pass we’ve come to, smile and remember that the beginnings and ends of man’s every great enterprise are untidy.
~SEBASTIAN DE GRAZIA, author of Of Time, Work, and Leisure
How reading transforms us, NYT
Is the growing market for male scorts a sign of female sexual liberation or just a re-run of the same old sterotypes? Aeon
The messy minds of creative people, Scientific American
The myth of comfort food, NYT
For the person who has everything…, The Economist
The everything book: Reading in the age of Amazon, The Verge
Frequent criers: Airlines are getting stingier and it’s all your fault, Slate
Why is everyone so busy? The Economist
How the elevator transformed America, The Boston Globe
Key tips for creating a genderless character for villain options, Kill Zone
Whose vs. Which for inanimate objects, The Write Practice
My overnight success [The Legend of Bagger Vance], Steven Pressfield Online
Have a great weekend!