Posted by Nick Curley Unable to drive fifty-five down the information superhighway, the New York Review of Books cooks up a preview passage from their Jan. 13th issue! Inside: Robert Darnton on Google Book Search, which has become “the largest library and book business in the world”, and on Google’s responsibility to help create a Digital Public Library of America. France, the Netherlands, Japan, Australia, Norway, and Finland have already begun plans to digi-make their own public libraries and archives. […]
Posted by Jason Diamond Birdsong #13 Birdsong is maybe my favorite photocopied art/lit zine right now. They’re cool people, and each issue seems to be lovingly put together.
Check out Jeremy Bernstein’s piece at the New York Review of Books blog: “Playing Chess With Kubrick”. Kubrick explained that early in his career he too played chess for money in the park and that Duval was so weak that it was hardly worth playing him. I said that we should play some time and then left the apartment. I was quite sure that we would never play. I was wrong.