Posts by: Caroline Kangas

Dan Weiss’s Morning Coffee

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Dan Weiss is on tour with his band through August 10, but fear not: We’ll still be serving up your morning coffee. This might make you look at the cracks in the wall a little closer But there’s no way you could miss these guys. If only there was a light up interactive map showing your city.

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Dan Weiss’s Morning Coffee

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Dan Weiss is on tour with his band through August 10, but fear not: We’ll still be serving up your morning coffee. A picture is worth a thousand words but this site will turn your words into pictures. And there may be no words for this moment. Here are a lot of words. About ponies. Click the button […]

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Dan Weiss’s Morning Coffee

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Dan Weiss is on tour with his band through August 10, but fear not: We’ll still be serving up your morning coffee. First, let’s get much too close; intimate like a mosquito. And when you look down after pulling back: see the rat race from space. But really it’s all just glorified stardust.

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Dan Weiss’s Morning Coffee

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Dan Weiss is on tour with his band through August 10, but fear not: We’ll still be serving up your morning coffee. To start, a scrolling story with the line: “The thing I’m looking for is more like a tangent.” Instead, time passes in a single frame here. But sometimes you just pass the time by putting googly eyes […]

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Dan Weiss’s Morning Coffee

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Dan Weiss is on tour with his band through August 10, but fear not: We’ll still be serving up your morning coffee. A small world carried on the back of a crab. A differently inaccessible hermetic world of a monk in the sky.  Finally, these people are way too calm to be falling through space like this.  

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Dan Weiss’s Morning Coffee

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Dan Weiss is on tour with his band for the next three plus weeks, but fear not: We’ll still be serving up your morning coffee. A different bang for your bucks. This video teaches about the differences in styles of banging. Bang! The story of the game Oregon Trail! And finally, all the hand gestures to look […]

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Dan Weiss’s Morning Coffee

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Dan Weiss is on tour with his band for the next three plus weeks, but fear not: We’ll still be serving up your morning coffee. First, a peek into the world of 21st century princesses and male pinups. These snapshots, on the other hand, show a peek into isolation. And then, an almost informative walk in the […]

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Dan Weiss’s Morning Coffee

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Dan Weiss is on tour with his band for the next three plus weeks, but fear not: We’ll still be serving up your morning coffee. Look at this crazy underwater river. Speaking of crazy, this serial killer says he’s never killed anyone. This drone drops peace. And oxycontin. However, “cocaine isn’t good for you” according to […]

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Dan Weiss’s Morning Coffee

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Dan Weiss is on tour with his band for the next three plus weeks, but fear not: We’ll still be serving up your morning coffee. What you didn’t know about your hotel room. What amusement parks will look like when nature takes over. What New York’s Park Avenue tunnel looks like after art takes over. But […]

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Dan Weiss’s Morning Coffee

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Dan Weiss is on tour with his band for the next three plus weeks, but fear not: We’ll still be serving up your morning coffee. A very, very close look at ink, oil, and soap. A very, very tall tower of salad. A slightly, maybe very worrisome prospect.

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Dan Weiss’s Morning Coffee

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Dan Weiss is on tour with his band for the next three plus weeks, but fear not: We’ll still be serving up your morning coffee. It’s not Atlantis but they found a 1200 year old city in the Mediterranean. And this algorithm will find your face in the stars. Your friends, however, may find you staring […]

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Dan Weiss’s Morning Coffee

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Dan Weiss is on tour with his band for the next three plus weeks, but fear not: We’ll still be serving up your morning coffee. Quick! Save the lizard with blood shooting out of it’s eyes! This exhibit looks a little like my thought processes. Honey, look closely, there’s something wrong with your wallpaper… And this is […]

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Dan Weiss’s Morning Coffee

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Dan Weiss is on tour with his band for the next three plus weeks, but fear not: We’ll still be serving up your morning coffee. Here’s some super duper close up shots of animal’s eyeballs! Ever wondered what’s inside a golf ball? These paintings would be so tranquil if it weren’t for the robot lasers. Fine […]

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Dan Weiss’s Morning Coffee

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Dan Weiss is on tour with his band for the next three plus weeks, but fear not: We’ll still be serving up your morning coffee. Need a little more maudlin in your life? On the M thing, how about a Morse code translator? And a muscial Millennial clock in a Mountain.

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Dan Weiss’s Morning Coffee

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Dan Weiss is on tour with his band for the next three plus weeks, but fear not: We’ll still be serving up your morning coffee. Brighten up your day with a little color! Mesmermize yourself with a kaleidoscopic take on metropolitan USA. The most careful arrangements, come to life. Again. “If people want the real duck, […]

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Dan Weiss’s Morning Coffee

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Dan Weiss is on tour with his band for the next three plus weeks, but fear not: We’ll still be serving up your morning coffee. If you laugh without humor, do you feel anything? Don’t be alarmed but pandoraviruses may be the fourth domain of life. Can you guess what this video advertises? These photos are from […]

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Here’s to dreaming, kid

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Congratulations, Steve Almond! And welcome, Rosalie. It’s a strange world you’ve entered but, trust us, it has its moments. Read the hope-filled letter Steve wrote his newborn here.

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Lunch with Orson

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“They’re so busy, this would be a great day to send a dish back to the chef.” Vulture.com shares transcripts of director Henry Jaglom’s taped conversations with Orson Welles at Los Angeles’s Ma Maison. Here’s a taste:

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Mapping our stories

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The new app Placing Literature helps you explore our world through the eyes of the literary. Reintegrate, an initiative of the Arts Council of Greater New Haven, is funding the project as a collaboration between the art of literature and the science of geography. The locations are crowd-sourced, so if you don’t see one of […]

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Pay-What-You-Want Australian Lit Bundle

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Wish you could have it all, for less? Australian ebook retailer Tomely.com is offering a pay-what-you-want promotion for a bundle of seven of Australia’s leading lit journals/collections (Voiceworks, Kill Your Darlings, The Review of Australian Fiction, The Lifted Brow, Tincture, Sincere Forms of Flattery, and Willow Pattern).

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“You will be loved by people you’ve never met”

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“I had started out in silence, written as quietly as I had read, and then eventually people read some of what I had written, and some of the readers entered my world or drew me into theirs.” A selection from beloved Rebecca Solnit’s new book The Faraway Nearby has been reprinted on Guernica’s site. Chinese sages, Road […]

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The Kindle’s not-so-stealthy attack

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Amazon has been putting out feelers in communities that are doing just fine with out them, thank you very much. First, Kindle Worlds is Amazon’s attempt to commodify fan fiction starting with Gossip Girl, Pretty Little Liars, and The Vampire Diaries but with plans for many more “Worlds.” And in a more recent, mind-boggling move, […]

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Rosie the Literary Riveter

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“You decide you cannot fault these people for making you angry and miserable, but you feel crazy: half mad at yourself, half mad at these cheer-leeches.” So says Lucy Schiller in her essay on being a barista in San Francisco, the first in a weekly series of original long form essays appearing on The Riveter Magazine‘s […]

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Every Noise at Once

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All-powerful algorithms strike again! This time, they bring visualization of relations between all genres of music from Chinese Traditional to Dirty South Rap to Turbo Folk. Each genre includes a sample of its stylings with further breakdowns of the artists in that genre algorithmically arranged as well.

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