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PUBLIC MARKS from sbrothier with tag literature

2014

Ed Park: “Slide to Unlock” : The New Yorker

u cycle through your passwords. They tell the secret story. What’s most important to you, the things you think can’t be deciphered. Words and numbers stored in the lining of your heart.

Facebook, Google, And Sony Are Getting Ready To Fight A Cyberpunk War | Co.Design | business + design

THE NEXT BIG THING IN TECH IS TO CHANGE THE VERY NATURE OF THE WAY YOU EXPERIENCE REALITY, AS FACEBOOK'S ACQUISITION OF OCULUS VR SUGGESTS. DOES THE DYSTOPIA START HERE?

2013

Simogo - DEVICE 6

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A surreal thriller in which the written word is your map, as well as your narrator. DEVICE 6 plays with the conventions of games and literature, entwines story with geography and blends puzzle and novella, to draw players into an intriguing mystery of technology and neuroscience.

Bookkake — Dirty Books

Books that rub off on your skin, that clot beneath your fingernails; leave you shaking, and panting for more. Literature should have a physical effect on you, making you moan and scream. We love dirty books. Welcome to Bookkake. Bookkake‘s mission is to publish new and classic literature and other work which breaks the mould, that excites and enthralls, that take our readers out of themselves and into new realms of imagination.

Cory Doctorow’s craphound.com » News

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One sentence: Cory Doctorow (craphound.com) is a science fiction author, activist, journalist and blogger -- the co-editor of Boing Boing (boingboing.net) and the author of the bestselling Tor Teen/HarperCollins UK novel LITTLE BROTHER. His latest young adult novel is HOMELAND, his latest novel for adults is RAPTURE OF THE NERDS.

Times Haiku

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Serendipitous Poetry from The New York TImes

2012

William Gibson on Why Sci-Fi Writers Are (Thankfully) Almost Always Wrong | Underwire | Wired.com

William Gibson, one of science fiction’s most visionary and distinctive voices, maintains that he and his fellow writers don’t possess some mystical ability to peer into the future. “We’re almost always wrong,” said Gibson in a phone interview with Wired. Gibson coined the term cyberspace in his 1982 short story “Burning Chrome” and expanded on the concept in his 1984 debut novel, Neuromancer.

Quickies in New York

QNY is a collaboration of stories by Guy New York, and photos taken by The Dirty Gentleman. (With invaluable styling assistance from Ms. Dorothy Darker.) The site explores the emotional, intellectual, and often graphic sides of love, sex, and relationships. From dive bars to park benches and underground parties, the blog follows Guy New York and The Dirty Gentleman as they navigate the sexiest city in the world.

Faber: 60 Years in 60 Poems

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Do you remember the Queen's Coronation? The Kennedy assassination? Beatniks and hippies? The Miners' Strike and Greenham Common? The Great Storm and the Ash Cloud? Brought to life using audio performance and archive footage, 60 Years in 60 Poems travels through time to unpack our shared history, celebrating individual moments alongside national events.

2009

2008

Réflexions sur le Japon

Hisashi Fukui Aomori, Aomori, Japan Après avoir vécu à Montpellier pendant dix ans, je suis retourné au Japon, mon pays natal, l'été dernier. Je suis traducteur interprète.

Great American Writers and Their Cocktails : NPR

Famous writers and drinks are inseparable, despite the price some paid for the vice. Ernest Hemingway loved the Mojito, William Faulkner had his mint juleps, and F. Scott Fitzgerald was convinced gin was the way to go (he thought its smell would be undetectable on his breath). Hemingway & Bailey's Bartending Guide delves into the drinking habits of America's top writers to reveal their favorite cocktails. Steve Inskeep talks with author Mark Bailey and illustrator Edward Hemingway -- grandson of the writer -- about their new book. Below are excerpts from the guide, including cocktail recipes, drinking stories and writers' famous passages about imbibing.

ZINC DE LIVRES Rencontres littéraires dans les bistrots Vendôme (41)

Vendôme, ses bars et ses terrasses, 60 auteurs, leurs mots, leurs voix, des amoureux des livres, 2 jours, autour d’un verre, se réunir...

Walden ou la vie dans les bois - Wikisource

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L’opinion publique est un faible tyran comparé à nos propres opinions privées. Ce qu’un homme pense de lui-même, voilà ce qui détermine, ou plutôt montre, son destin.

L'Encyclopédie de L'Agora: Henry David Thoreau

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"Si Thoreau est à sa manière un ermite-vagabond, sa démarche apparaît avant tout fondée sur un constat d’ordre social : celui de la servilité d’un genre de vie centré sur le travail et un économisme utilitaire désenchanteur de monde. Gagner sa vie en échinant son existence. Thoreau l’ascète réhabilite quant à lui le principe d’une joie contemplative, liée à un usage poétique de l’espace.

Le Houellebecq - type, motion, typographie, cinétique, animation - Dailymotion Share Your Videos

Fabrice luccini dans un élan de virtuosité littéraire, pendant une emission de radio, parlant de michel Houellebecq, retranscrite en typographie cinétique

Litterature audio.com | Livres audio gratuits à écouter et télécharger

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Des Livres à Lire et à Entendre est une association loi 1901 qui a pour objet de faciliter l’accès de tous et en particulier des non-voyants et malvoyants aux joies de la littérature.

2007

2006

Cynical-C Blog - » William S. Burroughs - Thanksgiving Prayer

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Thanks for the wild turkey and the passenger pigeons, destined to be shit out through wholesome American guts.

Minimum Rock'n'roll

« Les héros du rock’n’roll avaient tous une chose en commun : l’amour des Cadillac » Nick Tosches Ne pas râter Escarpins, Boots de cuir et Claquettes à papa

Manuel de Civilité - Pierre-Félix Louys

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Nous avons jugé inutile d’expliquer les mots: con, fente, moniche, motte, pine, queue, bitte, couille, foutre (verbe), foutre (subs.), bander, branler, sucer, lécher, pomper, baiser, piner, enfiler, enconer, enculer, décharger, godmiché, gougnotte, gousse, soixante-neuf, minette, mimi, putain, bordel. Ces mots sont familiers à toutes les petites filles.