- My friend Michael at The MinusCar Project is partnering with the Sioux Falls Green Project to bring the documentary No Impact Man to Sioux Falls. The movie, which tells the story of Colin Beavan’s decision to completely eliminate his personal impact on the environment for a full year, will be shown at Augie’s Gilbert Science Center, Room 100, at 7 pm Tuesday, December 8, 2009. There’s also a Facebook page for additional info.
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- My favorite book store puts its principles into practice. It is donating 100 percent of the profits from sales of Sarah Palin’s book to the Alaska Wildlife Alliance.
- For those of you who are into design, The Book Cover Archive Blog names its top book covers (and a runner-up) for each year of the decade. (Via.)
- Here’s one way to censor books. Two librarians who thought a graphic novel was too explicit for young readers kept the book “checked out” and even removed a “hold” an 11-year-old girl put on the book. (Via.)
- Ken Blanchard gives us his top one, top ten and top twenty-five best jazz albums. Naturally, the “most perfect jazz recording” ever heads the list.
- Harvard’s Bergman Center for Internet & Society has launched the Online Media Legal Network, “a network of law firms, law school clinics, in-house counsel, and individual lawyers throughout the United States willing to provide pro bono legal assistance to qualifying online journalism ventures and other digital media creators.” (Via.)
So toss away stuff you don’t need in the end
But keep what’s important — and know who’s your friend
Phish, “Theme From The Bottom,” Billy Breathes