We do not live in an economy, we live in a Ponzi scheme.– Let it Die: Douglas Rushkoff on the economy.
Roger Ebert: How to read a movie →
Famous american film critic Roger Ebert writes about his experiences in learning to ‘read’ a movie. Some (in Europe mainly) might mistake Ebert for a populist critic, but here’s a guy who actually enjoys going to the movies, not bothering himself with the ‘cultural supermacist’ stances dear to the kind of film critics that zero-star Slumdog Millionaire just because...
Zine Library →
I used to think fanzines were the apex of cool. Then the weblog killed the fanzine - and Web 2.0 killed the weblog. Some people still publish zines, though. And you can download PDFs.
Short of the Week →
Some interesting short films here.
Ilunga means “a person who is ready to forgive any abuse for the first...– It appears this Tshiluba Congolose word is the world’s hardest to translate. I can definitely relate to the meaning, so I find it a bit surprising no other language has a word for this.