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Friday roundup: links for April 3

“Every separation is a link.” — Simone Weil Star musicians’ backstage food requests : What makes it cool are the photos in a Flemish Baroque style Niall Ferguson apologizes :…

Friday roundup: Links for 26 April

“Every separation is a link” — Simone Weil Blood and tragedy: The Caucasus in the literary imagination : Why Tolstoy is “the most revered Russian writer in Chechnya” Chechnya’s…

Friday roundup : Links for 9 March

“Every separation is a link.” — Simone Weil The rise of paywalls : Information wants to be free. Unfortunately, free doesn’t pay the bills News Corp spinning off its…

Links for Friday, February 22

February 22: After nine months, Friday Roundup returns. “Every separation is a link.” — Simone Weil A dictionary of despicable words : Arguably a fine Flaubertian list of des mot…

Friday Roundup: Links for May 11

“Every separation is a link.” — Simone Weil Lots of questions today: Can bookstores compete by combining traditional strengths with innovations? : Is the answer really as easy as…

Friday roundup: links for May 4

“Every separation is a link.” — Simone Weil Top five regrets of the dying : “Wish I’d spent more time at the office” not on the list Supermoon tomorrow :…

Links for Friday, Oct. 21

“Every separation is a link.” — Simone Weil Marilyn Monroe : As refuge from the storm The Shakespeare Shakedown : Simon Schama on Roland Emmerich’s “inadvertently comic” film Hollywood disses…

Links for Friday, September 30

“Every separation is a link.” — Simone Weil A look at the truthiness of presidential candidates : Whose pants are on fire? The answer won’t surprise anyone. A Bill of…

Links for Friday, September 16

“Every separation is a link.” — Simone Weil Finding time : Anne Lamott argues it’s precious No Publisher Needed? : Author raises $16K advance for himself in one week Vladimir…

Links for Friday, September 9

“Every separation is a link.” — Simone Weil Is President Obama a Lost Cause Environmentally? : It’s looking that way. Rocking the classics : On tee shirts

Links for Friday, September 2

Every separation is a link. — Simone Weil

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UPDATE: C. E. Petit has e-mailed to let me know that he commented on “What killed American lit?”  here: http://scrivenerserror.blogspot.com/2011/08/b829x.html.

Links for Friday, August 12

“Every separation is a link” — Simone Weil

Links for Friday, February 11

“Every separation is a link.” — Simone Weil

Links for 27 August

“Every separation is a link.” — Simone Weil

Duly Quoted

On this date, 27 August …

Links for Friday, July 30, 2010

“Every separation is a link.” — Simone Weil

Duly quoted

  • “His ceiling is through the roof.” — NBA player Keyon Dooling on top draft pick John Wall

Friday roundup | Duly quoted

“Honour commercio’s energy yet aid the linkless proud, the plurable with everybody.” — Finnegans Wake Stanford ushers in the age of bookless libraries : Studentless universities soon to…

Friday roundup

“Every separation is a link.” — Simone Weil Porn for booklovers : An open-and-shut case Traditional Media Outlets Flocking to Tumblr : So, Is Tumblr over? Book bloggers…

Friday roundup

“Every separation is a link.” — Simone Weil Why does Michiko Kakutani hate fiction? : Almost as much as Edward Champion? Waiting for a Ride : Gary brought…

Friday roundup

“Honour commercio’s energy yet aid the linkless proud, the plurable with everybody.” — Finnegans Wake Google responds to privacy issues : CEO Eric Schmidt “expressed regret—especially to Patricia…

Friday roundup | Duly quoted

“Every separation is a link.” — Simone Weil Crayola’s increasing complexity: that links to the discussion, here’s the image A facebook campaign to get Tess ungrounded : What…