This week’s links don’t make for terribly light reading, but they’re ideas I find tremendously interesting, ranging from what makes good literature to new approaches in the digital humanities. Take a moment today and, even if you just read one link below, explore something new.
♥ How income disparity affects romantic relationships
♥ Sara shares some tips for how to read more books
♥ If you line up these page markers correctly, they can create whole scenes! Godzilla strolling through rainbow-laden Tokyo? Yes please!
♥ Inside Amazon’s first physical bookstore
♥ What makes good writing? I don’t know that I have the answer, but it’s something I think about with every review I write.
♥ Shakespeare and the Suffragettes
♥ I don’t post too many long-form scholarly articles, or in this case, books. But Hacking the Academy: New Approaches to Scholarship and Teaching from Digital Humanities aligns with what I focused on in college, and is such an important look at our state of print consumption today.
P.S. Did you see that I’m back on Youtube!?
What fun links have you found lately?