Saturday, December 4, 2010
Starred Saturdays: week of November 28
I'm getting really bad about putting together these Starred Saturdays posts. You see, I used to sit on the couch on Friday night, catching up with some tv watching and getting my Google Reader to zero. Then I would have a great set of things that caught my eye to share with all of you. And then the laptop decided to become a desktop and I have to sit in another room at a desk in a folding chair and it just doesn't seem like the most fun activity for a Friday night any more! So, I apologize for my spotty posting but I'm hoping for a new laptop in the next month or so and then blogging will be easier again.
I forgot to include this in my post on A Razor Wrapped in Silk this week but here is a reading from the author, Roger Morris. It's not a professional setting, just an author in his work space. But if you weren't sure about the novel, this might convince you that it's worth picking up!
These post-it notes shaped like gingko leaves are beautiful. I would have to buy a hundred stacks because I would put them everywhere!
I love this --
It's a compilation of multiple photos by Jim Kazanjian. I just can't stop looking at it because I see something new every time. Like, I didn't even notice that guy on the street for the longest time! And I'm sure you DWJ fans might be thinking what I'm thinking that house looks like. (Flavorwire has more pictures that are equally awesome.)
The husband and I agree that there is possibly nothing cuter in this world than a baby dolphin.
The best billboard ever might just be the one that isn't really there.
Remember my obsession with the Aurora Borealis? Yeah, I could watch this video forever.
And when I think that I might just be a decent photographer, I see these photos that were submitted to National Geographic and I stop deluding myself.
If you're a big Bill Murray/Wes Anderson fan, you'll love these.
And I'll leave you today with The Ghost King who resides in Fengdu, the City of Ghosts, in China.
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