Anyone who does not have two-thirds of the day to himself is a slave.– Friedrich Nietzsche (via myunconventionalbeauty)
elliottlewisgeorge: Silent Cities is a blog with promise. Its purpose? “To portray a stark contrast of today’s 24/7 society and show cities in a completely different light to what we’re used to.” You should be able to read more from me on the Silent Cities project in the upcoming issue of the equally wonderful (but a little less subdued) Umbrella.
My Own Blurbs
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Geoff Dyer on the World...
sldistin: Suns (From Sunsets) from Flickr, 2006-ongoing, by Penelope Umbrico From Yoga for People Who Can’t Be Bothered to Do It: Pessoa was right; there’s no point going to Constantinople to see a sunset; they’re the same the world over. But you do it anyway; you go to Constantinople and Phnom Bakheng and everywhere else, and while you’re there, you catch the sunset. While traveling, in fact,...
rhea88: “All things are subject to interpretation. Whichever interpretation prevails at a given time is a function of power and not truth.” — Friedrich Nietzsche