The effect of fame: different editions…

The effect of fame: different editions of the same book, published before and after Bill Bryson became famous. twitter.com/bnnt/status/671781406809264128/photo/1

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There is nothing respectful in thinking…

There is nothing respectful in thinking that people are too tender or too zealous to defend themselves civilly. www.microphilosophy.net/how-do-we-respect-others-c…

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If I asked you a hypothetical question,…

If I asked you a hypothetical question, would you answer it?

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By Grand Central Station I Sat Down and Wept — Elizabeth Smart

This is an amazing prose poem spanning the author’s love affair with an older married man. The language is raw and rich and really takes you to another place, and usually not a happy one — when she isn’t miserable, … Continue reading

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.@boonerang bribing the audience with…

.@boonerang bribing the audience with beer. Genius move at #UXNZ2015 twitter.com/bnnt/status/659932910976303105/photo/1

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“Random conversations are important.”…

“Random conversations are important.” Trade Me at #UXNZ2015

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Cupcake. That is all. #UXNZ2015…

Cupcake.
That is all.
#UXNZ2015 twitter.com/bnnt/status/659869888748523520/photo/1

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Lego: I have Patty’s body and legs…

@Lego: I have Patty’s body and legs (blue). Need Bart’s legs. Let’s trade! #UXNZ2015

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Design-o-saurs in government with…

Design-o-saurs in government with @amie_holman #UXNZ2015. A historical narrative of redemption. And velociraptors. twitter.com/bnnt/status/659510790873985025/photo/1

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Playlunch at #UXNZ2015…

Playlunch at #UXNZ2015 twitter.com/bnnt/status/659488132048416768/photo/1

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