(via The Literary United States: A Map of the Best Book for Every State | Brooklyn Magazine)

And no Steinbeck?

A Comic Sans typewriter. Wait, what???

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Two beautiful things about this: familial commitment and the cruelties and kindness of aging. A beautiful portrait series.

(via Forty Portraits in Forty Years - NYTimes.com)

Two beautiful things about this: familial commitment and the cruelties and kindness of aging. A beautiful portrait series.

(via Why You Hate Work - NYTimes.com)

"The way we’re working isn’t working." Amen.

(via Why You Hate Work - NYTimes.com)

"The way we’re working isn’t working." Amen.

(via Seattle Magazine | Arts & Culture/Seattleites | Amazing: Bride Makes Her Own Dress on the Bus)

For those of you who have a long commute, it doesn’t have to be wasted time. Transit = hands-free time to do other things…like crocheting your own wedding dress.

(via Seattle Magazine | Arts & Culture/Seattleites | Amazing: Bride Makes Her Own Dress on the Bus)

For those of you who have a long commute, it doesn’t have to be wasted time. Transit = hands-free time to do other things…like crocheting your own wedding dress.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eubWYPhcEEo

This anti-drunk driving ad hits all the right notes.

huffingtonpost:

10 Gorgeous Quotes From Banned Books (IMAGES)

When banned books come to mind, it’s easy to imagine bonfires full of burning pages. Banned books would seem to be the stuff of darker days and drearier times — but banned books are not a thing of the past.

For more stunning photos and quotes from books go here. 

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Remember to use #X before you drive, to pause the conversation until you get there.
Artwork by Matthew Williamson 

Seriously, people. It. Can. Wait.

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Remember to use #X before you drive, to pause the conversation until you get there.

Artwork by Matthew Williamson 

Seriously, people. It. Can. Wait.

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