Here spectacular piece of work and this is the first detailed criticism I have seen about it.
By Lee Konstantinou
About halfway through Here, the experimental cartoonist Richard McGuire opens a window—well, a panel—onto the year 10,175. This far-future scene is layered atop a larger image that takes place in 1775, somewhere on the east coast of what will become the United States, showing a cryptic conversation about the pending Revolutionary War. Read more
An interesting article all about justifying downloading, but part of the debate that is central to where we are going with books and all copyright materials in the coming months. I am linking to this, because, I don’t see a way to stop the downloading, so it is worth hearing where this person is coming from.
The purpose of public libraries is exactly the same as the effect of file-sharing. You cannot defend one while opposing the other. Read more…https://torrentfreak.com/you-cant-defend-public-libraries-and-oppose-file-sharing-150510/
Time do something like this. Has anyone else done it? Do you have good pictures. Share them, please.
via Two Booksellers, 13 Bookstores, Six Days! A Road Trip Photo Essay.