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Friday roundup

“Every separation is a link.” — Simone Weil

Friday roundup

“Every separation is a link.” — Simone Weil

Friday roundup

“Every separation is a link.” — Simone Weil

Friday roundup

“Every separation is a link.” — Simone Weil

Friday roundup

“Honour commercio’s energy yet aid the linkless proud, the plurable with everybody.” — Finnegans Wake


Friday roundup | Duly quoted

“Every separation is a link.” — Simone Weil

Duly quoted

  • “The district is already beleaguered by homicides, sideshows, illegal dumping and other issues. Residents should not have to endure art parties as well.” — East Oakland city councilman Larry Reid, quoted by Carolyn Jones, San Francisco Chronicle

Hot links

“Think for a moment of the long chain of iron or gold, of thorns or flowers, that would never have bound you, but for the formation of the first link on one memorable day.” — Charles Dickens

Duly quoted

“Weblogs are a ‘revolution.’ They’re ‘journalism.’ They’re ‘art.’ They’re, again and again, the next New Thing. To which the only possible response can be: come on, people. . . . How can you not boggle at the level of self-delusion, of self-infatuation, it takes to declare that . . . the concept will be alive and well a decade from now? That weblog readership will increase a hundredfold in that time?”

—Greg Knauss, November 1999, in Say Everything: How Blogging Began, What It’s Becoming, and Why It Matters (via Island Bookworm)

Friday roundup

“Every separation is a link.” — Simone Weil

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Friday roundup

“Honour commercio’s energy yet aid the linkless proud, the plurable with everybody.” — Finnegans Wake


Friday roundup

“Think for a moment of the long chain of iron or gold, of thorns or flowers, that would never have bound you, but for the formation of the first link on one memorable day.” — Charles Dickens


Friday roundup | Duly quoted

“Think for a moment of the long chain of iron or gold, of thorns or flowers, that would never have bound you, but for the formation of the first link on one memorable day.” — Charles Dickens

Duly quoted

  • “The great enemy of clear language is insincerity. When there is a gap between one’s real and one’s declared aims, one turns as it were instinctively to long words and exhausted idioms, like a cuttlefish squirting out ink.” — George Orwell

Friday roundup

“Honour commercio’s energy yet aid the linkless proud, the plurable with everybody.” — Finnegans Wake

Friday roundup

“Every separation is a link.” — Simone Weil

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Friday roundup

“Every separation is a link.” — Simone Weil

Duly quoted

  • “I found out that all serious literary fiction MUST be written in the continuous historic present. Throughout the whole story, nothing must happen – in fact there must be no story at all – and the whole thing must be written in a tone of unremitting gloom. My book isn’t like that. It’s got a beginning, a middle and an end and everything.” — Andrew Nicoll
  • “She didn’t finish her term as mayor, stepping down to run for Lt. Governor. She didn’t finish her term on the petroleum board ethics panel, she resigned in protest and then ran for Governor. She doesn’t want the office, she just likes running for office.” — Alaska Girl
  • “The world is literally her oyster.” — Palin spokeswoman Meg Stapleton

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Friday roundup

“Every separation is a link.” — Simone Weil

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Friday Roundup

“Honour commercio’s energy yet aid the linkless proud, the plurable with everybody.” — Finnegans Wake

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Friday roundup

“Honour commercio’s energy yet aid the linkless proud, the plurable with everybody.” — Finnegans Wake

Latest inbound links

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Friday roundup

“Honour commercio’s energy yet aid the linkless proud, the plurable with everybody.” — Finnegans Wake

Latest inbound links

Friday roundup

“If Folly link with Elegance no man knows which is which.” – William Butler Yeats

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Friday roundup

“Every separation is a link.” — Simone Weil

Latest inbound links

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