What is your book cover trying to tell us
…students don’t consult enough sources. Wikipedia is so easy and accessible that it stands out from all other reference works. Thirty years ago, students might check several encyclopedias…. Now, it’s […]
…the Wikipedia site was listed among the top three Google hits 100 percent of the time. Michael Petrilli. Link.
There’s coffee and then there’s coffee. Ditto what David Burn says: “I have enough compromise in my life, I don’t need it in my coffee.” Link
1) “the equal footing on which everything lends itself to art” 2) “the surface of conversion where words, forms, and things exchange roles” 3) “the surface of equivalence” between “the […]
Just because a cell phone can shoot video doesn’t mean the person operating the device has the faintest clue about building an audience. David Burn of AdPulp on Link
Gary Sullivan on poetry book cover designs: “Stephen Paul Miller’s Skinny Eighth Avenue… has enough design problems to send me quickly in the other direction…. screams not just DESKTOP PUBLISHING […]
Considering that I just read a few books of French prose (translations), I find this vaguely interesting. “Did you know that in America we publish less literature in translation by […]
Another reason not to visit Disney: Fingertip biometrics at Disney turnstiles Open society: largest data breaches If it looks like a moleskine: “stylish little pocket notebook” Book Design Review’s latest: […]
Persistence isn’t using the same tactics over and over. That’s just annoying. Persistence is having the same goal over and over. Seth Godin. Link.