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1,300 Photos of Famous Modern American Homes Now Online, Courtesy of USC

“For average prospective house owners the choice between the hysterics who hope to solve housing problems by magic alone and those who attempt to ride into the future piggy back on the status quo, the situation is confu... 1172 days ago

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A Complete Digitization of the 1960s Magazine Avant Garde: From John Lennon’s Erotic Lithographs to Marilyn Monroe’s Last Photos

Briefly noted: Avant Garde magazine had a relatively short run. It produced only 16 issues between ... 1173 days ago

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“Muhammad Ali, This Is Your Life!”: Celebrate Ali’s Life & Times with This Touching 1978 TV Tribute

Tonight, we pass along the sad news that Muhammad Ali, one of the great athletes and personalities of our time, has passed away at the age of 74. Having battled Parkinson’s Disease for decades, his passing doesn’t come ... 1175 days ago

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Color Footage of America’s First Shopping Mall Opening in 1956: The Birth of a Beloved and Reviled Institution

What do we do with all the dead malls? Anyone with an eye on the years-long spate of unambiguous he... 1175 days ago

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Hear Amanda Palmer’s Cover of “Purple Rain,” a Gorgeous Stringfelt Send-Off to Prince

Dearly beloved, we are gathered here today to get through this thing called life… It must have crossed Prince’s mind that the day would surely come when fans would mine his eternally memorable opener to 1984’s “Let’s Go... 1176 days ago

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Hear the Instrument Benjamin Franklin Invented, the Glass Armonica, Play Tchaikovsky’s “Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy”

Must we ever see another portly, bespectacled re-enactor dragging a kite with key attached to repre... 1176 days ago

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The Psychedelic Animated Video for Kraftwerk’s “Autobahn” from 1979

Ah, yes, “Autobahn.” From the moment the door slams and the ignition starts, prog rockers and pre-new wavers know a journey is afoot. Though the members of Kraftwerk made three albums before this, the members still look... 1176 days ago

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Philosophy Prof Illustrates Nietzsche’s Zarathustra in the Style of Dr. Seuss

John Holbo, a philosophy prof at the National University of Singapore, recently gave the world a free illustrated edition of three dialogues by Plato (get it as a free PDF, or via Amazon). Now he’s embarking on a new cr... 1176 days ago

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Download 336 Issues of the Avant-Garde Magazine The Storm (1910-1932), Featuring the Work of Kandinsky, Klee, Moholy-Nagy & More.

It’s easy to think of Expressionism—the art form that flourished in Germany during the early decade... 1176 days ago

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Virginia Woolf Watches The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari & Writes “The Cinema,” a Seminal Attempt to Understand the Power of Movies (1926)

“A shadow shaped like a tadpole suddenly appeared at one corner of the screen,” recalls Virginia Wo... 1177 days ago

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Live Stream the World Science Festival, Starting (Now) with This Tribute to Oliver Sacks

A quick heads up: The World Science Festival is getting underway today in New York City. Throughout the week (June 1-5), the festival will stage 50 live programs that bring together great minds in science and the arts. ... 1177 days ago

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The Battle to Finish a PhD: WWI Soldier Completes His Dissertation in the Trenches (1916)

Connie Ruzich, a WWI poetry blogger, recently highlighted on Twitter a historic newspaper clipping that will put the travails of academe into perspective. Getting a Ph.D. is always hard. But hard is relative. Case in po... 1177 days ago

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The Opening of King Tut’s Tomb, Shown in Stunning Colorized Photos (1923-5)

Inquiring minds want to know, immediately and without any egghead qualifications: Does King Tut’s tomb have hidden rooms or does it not have hidden rooms? Answer? Well, it depends who you ask…. That’s unsatisfying isn’t... 1177 days ago

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Brian Eno Answers Deep Questions from Music Journalist Dick Flash: The Best Eno Interview You’ll See

Surely you’re familiar with the work of Dick Flash, the tireless writer for Pork magazine who asks ... 1177 days ago

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Enter the First 30 Minutes of Kubrick’s The Shining with This 360º Virtual Reality Video

Apologies to Stephen King, but when I think of The Shining, I think of Stanley Kubrick’s 1980 film. While King has long and vigorously objected to Kubrick’s liberties in adapting the story, I’d argue it’s one of those o... 1178 days ago

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Video: Stephen Hawking Can Explain Many Complicated Things–Except the Popularity of Donald Trump

Yesterday, we walked you through Noam Chomsky’s analysis of the parallels between the rise of Donald Trump and the rise of fascism in 1930s Germany. Today, we’d like to take you through Stephen Hawking’s assessment of t... 1178 days ago

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Get a Sneak Peek of Archangel, the New Comic Book by Cyberpunk Author William Gibson

“The world is in ruins. The White House relocated to the ominous-sounding National Emergency Federal District in Montana. They have technology that far outstrips our own.” A dystopian vision of the distant future? Nope,... 1178 days ago

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The British Library Digitizes 300 Literary Treasures from 20th Century Authors: Virginia Woolf, T.S. Eliot, James Joyce & More

As a young college student, I spent hours wandering through my university’s library, looking in a s... 1178 days ago

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Free: Download 5.3 Million Images from Books Published Over Last 500 Years

Back in 2014, we brought to your attention an image archive rivaling the largest of its kind on the web: the Internet Archive Book Images collection at Flickr. There, you’ll find millions of “public domain images, all e... 1178 days ago

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10 Most Popular MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) Getting Started in June: Enroll Free Today

Like everything else these days, education has become a 24/7 affair. Yes, things are slowing down on college campuses this summer. But, on the internet, it’s full steam ahead. This June alone, over 300 free MOOCs (Massi... 1179 days ago

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4 Simple Ways You Can Personally Reduce Your Risk of Getting Cancer

A quick public service announcement. According to a new study published in the journal JAMA Oncology, we have a good measure of control over whether cancer rates actually rise or fall. And if we take four practical step... 1179 days ago

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Fyodor Dostoyevsky’s Life & Literature Introduced in a Monty Python-Style Animation

“You know how earlier we were talking about Dostoyevsky?” asks David Brent, Ricky Gervais’ iconically insecure paper-company middle-manager central to the BBC’s original The Office. “Oh, yeah?” replies Ricky, the junior... 1179 days ago

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Noam Chomsky on Whether the Rise of Trump Resembles the Rise of Fascism in 1930s Germany

No matter where you are in the world, you must by now be well-acquainted with the political chaos in the United States. No one can confidently predict what’s going to happen next. A certain privileged few still find the... 1179 days ago

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How to Spot Bullshit: A Primer by Princeton Philosopher Harry Frankfurt

We live in an age of truthiness. Comedian Stephen Colbert coined the word to describe the Bush administration’s tendency to fudge the facts in its favor. Ten years after the American Dialect Society named it Word of the... 1180 days ago

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