Interesting book review/interesting sounding book. Added to the "to read" list: NYTimes' review of "In The Valley of The Shadow: On the Foundations of Religious Belief," By James L. Kugel.

I was impressed by this ad idea. Clever and effecdtive.

If you haven't already seen it, check out this video of Mr. Rodgers defending PBS from budget cuts. (And, on that note, a great infographic on why we should save PBS)

Image: source.

Oooh, hoping this gets made: the filmmaker behind Helvetica and Objectified (the former I liked much more than the latter) is working on a documentary about urban planning. (I will say I thought it was a little odd that it's up on Kickstarter - he seems a bit successful for that forum.)

"There is something infinitely healing in the repeated refrains of nature - the assurance that dawn comes after night, and spring after winter." - Rachel Carson

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