neuromaencer: Sergio Gioberto and Marilena Noro
Bradley Campbell drew the story structures of various public radio shows down on cocktail napkins. Here’s the structure of This American Life:
"Napkin #1” is Bradley’s drawing for This American Life, a structure Ira Glass has talked about ad infinitum: This happened. Then this…
From Wikipedia, a list of former trademarks and brands that have become generic terms. Some surprises: Heroin, Videotape, Zipper, Laundromat, Kerosene, Dry Ice, and Escalator.
Joe LeDuc, from The Pictorial History of Wrestling by Bert Randolph Sugar and George Napolitano, Warner Books, 1984.
The world won’t end with you in a bunker, fighting zombie raiders or siphoning gas all sexy mad max-style. The world will end as more and more folks that you know become unemployed, friendless, suicidal, with medical bills, student loans, no support systems, crying out to you over the internet for some kind of help or advice, with families that are more emotional and economic drains on them than any kind of help. The world will end with folks you care about staring at pill bottles or massive bar tabs, or dating crazy monsters they meet on the internet in the hopes that someone will swoop down and save them.
What a great piece from the archives.
Février 0, Travail in situ, New York City, États-Unis
Peinture acrylique blanche sur toile de coton tissé à rayures blanches et bleues, alternées et verticales de 8,7cm (± 0,3) de large chacune. ‘Guggenheim International Exhibition 1971’”(danielburen.com)