"A survey in the United Kingdom named Milne’s book the most beloved children’s book of the past 150 years."
Happy birthday, Winnie the Winnipeg Bear!
This wonderful short film chronicles a day in the life of a printmaker – here’s to hoping it never ends up among this omnibus of bittersweet short films about obsolete occupations.
Is creativity something that you’re born with, or something that anyone, with practice and dedication, can acquire? Maria Konnikova examines a series of studies.
Illustration by Rachel Levit
Today’s “Favorite Thing On The Internet”: Margaret Atwood coffee.
What to drink when reading.
Penguin’s new Charlie and the Chocolate Factory cover for Penguin Modern Classics is causing quite a stir. There’s so much fantastic imagery in the book…why this?
Try to be funny as much as you can. Try to participate in conversations, not just start your own. Try to engage, not just talk.
The Little Free Library map was a treasure map.
We already knew that good stories can put you in someone else’s shoes in a figurative sense. Now we’re seeing that something may also be happening biologically.
30 year of Neuromancer. The Guardian explores William Gibson’s predictive vision of the Internet and technology.