Emma Tynan

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Kurt Cobain, 20 Years Later: Photographer Kevin Mazur Remembers

(no title)<p>Cobain hangs out with bandmates Dave Grohl and Krist Novoselic at the 1992 VMAs. "They were having a ball," Mazur says. "These guys were …

The #travel section of Daunt bookstore in #Marleybone #London #UK 📚🇬🇧 One of #lonelyplanet's 'world's greatest bookshop' selections: bit.ly/1hYAg21. Captured by @sebnailin whilst perusing the shelves.

The World’s Oldest Living Things: A Decade-Long Photographic Masterpiece at the Intersection of Art, Science, and Philosophy

<i>“Our overblown intellectual faculties seem to be telling us both that we are eternal and that we are not,”</i> philosopher Stephen Cave observed in his poignant meditation on our mortality paradox And yet we continue to long for the secrets of that ever-elusive eternity.<p>For nearly a decade, …

The Science of Humor and the Humor of Science: A Brilliant 1969 Reflection on Laughter as Self-Defense Against Automation

What, exactly, makes a joke funny? How does an intelligent joke remain a joke without diluting the intellectual and remain intelligent without compromising the funny? From the altogether fantastic 1973 volume <b>A Random Walk in Science</b> (<i>public library</i>) — a compendium of comments, both lighthearted and …

If This Isn’t Nice, What Is? Kurt Vonnegut’s Advice to the Young on Kindness, Computers, Community, and the Power of Great Teachers

<b>Kurt Vonnegut</b> (November 11, 1922–April 11, 2007) was a man of discipline, a champion of literary style, a kind of modern sage and poetic shaman of happiness, and one wise dad. After the publication of his now-legendary 1969 satirical novel <i>Slaughterhouse-Five</i>, Vonnegut added another point of …

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