Saturday, March 24, 2007

 

Happy 50th Birthday
Helvetica!

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The scourge of Arial

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The Poetry Foundation
&
Americans for the Arts
find themselves poorer
by $100 million
(not a typo)

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Terry Eagleton
does
Monty Python,
this time for real

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The best-selling books of poetry
this past February
from Small Press Distribution

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Situating Apollinaire

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Origin
is back

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Dana Gioia,
a Republican,
finds himself facing the Dems
now in congress

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LibraryThing
you make my heart sing
you make everything
groovy

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Most of my first drafts are done by pen.

Actually,
unless the paper in the notebook
proves too porous,
it’s been the same pen
for over 25 years,
a Waterman I bought
in the stationery store
that used to be next to Zabar’s
on the
Upper West Side
of
Manhattan

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Merger looming
for Borders &B&N?

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Britain’s only
”gay bookstore”
is on the brink

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The archive broker

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Tom Christensen’s
glossary
of publishing terms

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Through the Russian
looking glass

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20 percent of American
can’t read

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Baumol’s cost-disease
and the future of art

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The “most successful
living artist
is Damien Hirst

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Rothko for sale

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Steve Reich:
The orchestra is a museum
(MP3 files
from the New York Times)

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Two shows I’d love to see
in San Francisco

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Saving
the Tugendhat house
maybe

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