Are we all moving now that Yahoo bought our spot?
The sisters dearly loved Toni; spoke often and as one family photo proved, all...– The obit of Antonia “Toni” Larroux of Bay St. Louis. (via cajunboy)
The IT Crowd Is Coming Back! →
nerdypanda: Are you from the past? BEST. NEWS. EVER.
The Murder Mile: Lisel Mueller, "Romantics" →
airwalker: Johannes Brahms and Clara Schumann The modern biographers worry “how far it went,” their tender friendship. They wonder just what it means when he writes he thinks of her constantly, his guardian angel, beloved friend. The modern biographers ask the rude, irrelevant question of our…
The world is so big, so complicated, so replete with marvels and surprises that...– Michael Chabon (via rememo)
I’m on vacation the week of 4/22. I expect to check e-mail occasionally in self...– A coworker’s Out of Office Reply. I sort of love it. (via justamanandhisblog) Next time.
You know what charm is: a way of getting the answer yes without having asked any...– Albert Camus, The Fall (via quotes-shape-us)
Every bit of Arredondo’s skin is coated with antibiotic cream. His left palm has...– Washington Post writer David Finkel in his 2005 profile of Carlos Arredondo, who was the man in the cowboy hat at the Boston marathon yesterday. (via washingtonpoststyle)
How Millennial Are You? | Pew Research Center →
http://www.pewresearch.org/quiz/how-millennial-are-you/results/ 69% Too religious Not enough piercings or video games
barthel: Just got a bunch of spam enticing me to click on a link by promising the “Aftermath to explosion at Boston Marathon.” Which is despicable but also I guess you deserve what you get?
The Saudi Marathon Man : The New Yorker →
sylviac: lenachen: A twenty-year-old man who had been watching the Boston Marathon had his body torn into by the force of a bomb. He wasn’t alone; a hundred and seventy-six people were injured and three were killed. But he was the only one who, while in the hospital being treated for his wounds, had his apartment searched in “a startling show of force,” as his fellow-tenants described it to...
So on this day of reflection I say again, thank you for going on this journey...– The last sentence of Roger Ebert’s last blog post. (via nedhepburn) R.I.P. (via bbook)
FIVE-YEAR-OLD DISCOVERS DINOSAUR, NAMES IT AFTER... →
On a fossil-hunting trip with her family, five-year-old Daisy Morris found the remains of a previously undiscovered dinosaur, which is now named Vertidraco daisymorrisae. The new dino is not only a previously unknown species, but an unknown genus, making Daisy’s find a really big deal. It’s a pterosaur — a winged flying dino — about the size of a crow, which lived 115 million years ago.