Marginalia and footnotes

  • has a series of annual reports showing their “most sought after out of print titles in America”, broken down into 10 different categories. (Via The Millions).
  • Spoilsports: An Oregon family is driving around with a sign in the rear window of their SUV that reveals the ending of the new Harry Potter book. (Via Blog of a Bookslut).
  • Jeff Sharlet at The Revealer has an interesting post on the neanderthal theology that viewed the Asia tsunami as a punishment sent by God but sees Hurricane Katrina as a “natural disaster.”
  • After catching some flak for posting why he won’t contribute to Katrina relief, Blunderford says he still won’t contribute to Katrina relief.
  • Via the GoogleBlog comes a brief on how to use efforts via Google maps for seeing what Katrina wrought. The entry notes, though, that “you’ll need a good video graphics card.”

  • The more you know you know you don’t know shit.

    “Bastard,” Ben Folds, Songs for Silverman

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