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Thursday, September 26, 2013
This week's links. Enjoy.
A Dutch Bookshop Goes Goth
Take a virtual tour of the stunning conversion of a 15th century cathedral into a beautiful bookstore located in Zwolle, just outside Amsterdam.
Fellini TV Commercials
Just stumbled across this and was instantly enthralled — TV commercials by the great Italian filmmaker Federico Fellini, created towards the end of his career. Wonderful, surreal and tiny films in themselves, they're also a lot of fun to watch.
Six Castles That Cost Less Than An Apartment in New York City
Sad but true. And a little mind boggling.
The Wintour Effect
Intriguing article on how Vogue editor Anna Wintour's additional new role as roving artistic director is changing the look and tone of publisher Condé Nast as well as its other magazines.
Top 10 Books About Paris
The No-Diet Diet
Real Simple asked nearly two dozen food and nutrition experts for advice on the foods (and strategies) you need to feel healthier. Practical and humane suggestions.
How Do They?
Produced by the wonderful National Film Board of Canada (NFB), the How Do They? series of wordless videos reveals the mysteries behind everyday things — find out how they put the centres in chocolates, how a chain link fence is made, how paper is recycled and much more. Great to share with your kids. Via Kottke.
Tagliatelle with Spinach, Mascarpone and Parmesan
A lovely quick Jamie Oliver recipe — perfect supper for a chilly autumn weeknight.
(photography by hervé goluza)