Many stores have long since sold out of hand sanitizer in the US and washing your hands is a better move anyway, but if you’d like
Each video is about a minute long and features him playfully mixing two or more songs together that sound very similar.
For her series One Person City, photographer nicoco has been taking photos of Shanghai that emphasize how deserted the city was due to the COVID-19 outbreak that has killed more than 1000 people in China.
Although the announced Disney+ series about Obi-Wan Kenobi may shed some light on the matter, we don’t know too much about what
Colin Levy recently finished a sci-fi short that he’s been working on for several years called Skywatch. And spoiler alert: Jude L
BrickBrosProductions makes stop motion animated films featuring Lego bricks. Their most popular video is a compilation of the th
BBC Radio 4 has done an abridged audio reading of Margaret Atwood’s The Testaments, her followup to The Handmaid’s Tale. The serie
When something dark and ominous happens onscreen, there’s a good chance that the action is accompanied by a four-note snippet fr
I get why this is happening to Semenya — sexism, racism, bureaucracy — but it’s just so fucking ridiculous. Fundamentally, elite athletes are physically and mentally gifted outliers. Like, that’s the definition. They are amazing & marvelous freaks of nature. Their minds and muscles and chemicals and limbs are just hooked up differently from the rest of us. But you didn’t see Michael Phelps being sanctioned for his long arms, Usain Bolt for his height, Bjørn Dæhlie for his VO2 Max, or any number of championship male athletes for their abundant natural testosterone. Semenya is essentially being banned for being better than everyone else…as if that isn’t the goal of athletics.
For Out magazine, Michelle Garcia profiles track star Caster Semenya.
Immediately after that mind-blowing 800-meter final at th
I have long admired the Mississippi River meander maps designed by Army Corps of Engineers cartographer Harold Fisk but have somehow never written a whole post about them. So when my pals at 20×200 reached out wanting me to write a blog post for them about their Fisk prints, I jumped at the chance. It gave me an excuse to write about art as time travel and, in particular, how Fisk’s clever map compresses thousands of years of a river’s activity into a single image.
For the past four years, this guy has been making huts, tools, weapons, furnaces, and other things in the jungle using only Stone Age tools and techniques.
Jason Kottke launched his blog kottke.org in 1998. That’s right, back in the twentieth century. Seven years later, he went full-time as a blogger and it’s been his professional identity ever since. What I find most remarkable about Kottke’s story is that he’s never stopped blogging. The blog as an…
The other day I observed that whenever a new issue of the Noticing newsletter goes out, a bunch of people unsubscribe. When this h