Thursday, July 08, 2010
This week's links. Enjoy.
There's a brand new online decor magazine on the horizon! Rue Magazine makes its debut in September, and it promises to be utterly lovely. Can't wait!
In Defense of Privacy: The 20th Century's Most Reclusive Authors
In an age of media saturation, it's actually rather refreshing to read about writers who have no interest in the spotlight.
Billy Collins: A Poet's Affection for Emily Dickinson
Continuing with the retiring writer theme — former U.S. poet laureate Billy Collins discusses what makes famous recluse poet Emily Dickinson so iconic.
Make-up Mode Camera
The Exilim make-up mode camera series is designed to automatically adjust your photo so that it looks like you're wearing make-up — even when you're not. Interesting idea. Via things magazine.
The Perfect Hummus Debate
All over the Middle East, the hummus debate continues endlessly — the ideal consistency, temperature and condiments are all discussed with fervor. Fun article about it all, plus a delicious recipe, too!
Guess Who Worked at MoMA?
Interesting little story about the (now famous) people who have been on the staff at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Most (unsurprisingly) are artists, but actress Kathy Bates once worked as a cashier at the MoMA stores!
Nostalgic fun — a virtual tour of Cameron's house from the classic film Ferris Bueller's Day Off. Via The Morning News.
Who Wants Prosciutto Ice Cream?
NYT profile of San Francisco's shy and eccentric ice-cream-making genius, Jake Godby, who creates the most extraordinary flavours.
(photo by Joseph DeLeo for Canadian House & Home)