Posts tagged links
Posts tagged links
you may or may not remember me talking about the girls at my work organizing a screening of this movie a couple of months ago, but it was a pretty amazing movie (and an extremely well-attended screening thanks to our girls). you can watch it on CNN at 9pm ET on June 16th.
Leonard Nimoy is Spock.
I just have to share because this is the coolest of all the websites. You type in a book that you liked and it brings up a list of at least 10 books that you would probably enjoy as well.
So if you’re looking for a good read, check it out.
also try booklamp! xoxoxo
From The Slate Book Review
Want to get smarter during your commute? There are a lot of fantastic podcasts that will teach you new things in a thoroughly entertaining way. Here are 13 podcasts that will expand your brain with cutting-edge science and cutlural analysis.
They are refreshing because their choices are so unexpected, and their choices are unexpected because they actually have them.
Mary McNamara, Los Angeles Times TV Critic, demonstrating yet again, why she is a Pulitzer finalist, and one of the best critics out there.
Making a grilled cheese sandwich isn’t rocket science, but making a great grilled cheese sandwich is a bit of an art. Thankfully, J. Kenji López-Alt over at Serious Eats shows us how to get the best grilled cheese every time. For starters: grill both sides of the bread, then add the cheese.
I highly encourage my followers to view this.
I help run this (it’s incredibly fun) - it’s an astronomy lecture open to the public, completely free, at Harvard-Smithsonian’s Center for Astrophysics.
If you cannot make it to Cambridge for this event, you can view it online live and watch previous lectures.
Hi guys. So, I’m sure everyone is glued to televisions, news feeds and the like. I certainly am. Sometimes it’s too much and you need a peaceful distraction. Here is Widget for you. Sometimes you just need a soft fluffy thing to look at to feel a little peace.
If you are stuck wherever you are or need further distraction, here are a few links to some lovely classic reads from Project Gutenberg. These are things that have always made me smile, or at the very least escape for a little while. Free and digitized, because that’s how Project Gutenberg works.
- The Importance of Being Earnest, Oscar Wilde
- Pride and Prejudice, Jane Austen
- The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
- Anne of Green Gables, L.M. Montgomery
- My Man Jeeves, P.G. Wodehouse
- The Secret Garden, Frances Hodgson Burnett
- The Time Machine, H.G. Wells
- A Room With a View, EM Forster
- The Arabian Nights: Their Best Known Tales
- Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland, Lewis Carroll
I hope everyone is safe and taken care of. I may update and add more titles as I find them. This is all I can think to do.
Every year, the American Library Association sponsors “National Library Week,” a week for nerds, book lovers, book worms, and the like to revel in the awe.
National Library Week is April 14th to the 20th! Is your library celebrating?
The MET has got some wonderful, fully illustrated textbooks that are available online for free! (X)DOWNLOAD
- Art of the Islamic World
- The Art of Africa
- The Art of Ancient Egypt
- The Art of the Ancient Near East
- The Art of Renaissance Europe
- The Art of South and Southeast Asia
- The Arts of Korea
- Auguste Rodin: The Burghers of Calais
- Greek Art from Prehistoric to Classical
- Islamic Art and Geometric Design: Activities for Learning
- A Masterwork of Byzantine Art — The Story of David and Goliath
- Medieval Art
- Nature Within Walls: The Chinese Garden Court at The Metropolitan Museum of Art
- Roman Art
We’re now accepting apps for summer!
Robert Krulwich found some videos of quadrocopter robots doing…well, very impressive things.