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JoT #2163: How a dog sees your smartphone use.

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53 Of The Best Opening Sentences In Literature

"All this happened, more or less." —Slaughterhouse-Five by Kurt Vonnegut<p>2. "The war in Zagreb began over a pack of cigarettes."<p>—<i>Girl at War</i> by Sara Nović<p>3. "Many years later, as he faced the firing squad, Colonel Aureliano Buendía was to remember that distant afternoon when his father took him to …

George Orwell's 1984: A Visual History

Today marks George Orwell’s 108th birthday. To celebrate, we have compiled a visual history of the publication of one of his most influential works,</i> …

POEM ~ The Raven by Edgar Allan Poe WithText.

When You Are Old by William Butler Yeats, read by Colin Farrell


History Meme > 1/7 Pairings: Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald<p>“You are the finest, loveliest, tenderest, and most beautiful person I have ever known- and even that is an understatement.” - Scott to Zelda<p>”Goodnight dear. If you were in my bed it might be the back of your head I was touching, where the hair is short, or it might be up in the front where it makes little caves above your head. But wherever it was, it would be the sweetest place, the sweetest place.” - Zelda to Scott<p>Shortly after finishing …


— James Joyce

Text from Classic Books Recycled Into Charming Brooches

Lovers of literature will enjoy these beautiful, handmade brooches created by London-based artist Sarah of House of Ismay. The decorative pins are constructed from reclaimed wood covered with the original, worn out pages from many classic books. The adorable little keepsakes are a perfect way to …

Alice In Wonderland

Read Me! Please!: Book Titles Rewritten to Get More Clicks

As Upworthy-style headlines sweep the internet, aiming to snag as many clicks as possible by pandering to as many whims and obsessions as possible, …

Holden Caulfield’s Goddam War

As army sergeant J. D. Salinger hit the beach on D-day, drank with Hemingway in newly liberated Paris, and marched into concentration camps, the hero of The Catcher in the Rye was with him. In an adaptation from his Salinger biography, the author reveals how the war changed both Holden Caulfield …