One of the most inspiring visual narrative blog I have seen lately: what love looks like?
“Happiness comes from the obstacles.”—Reuben
“Heisenberg showed that the more precisely one determines the position of an atomic particle, the less one can know about its speed. These shy qualities reverse their roles: the more exactly a particle’s velocity is measured, the more elusive its location becomes.
“‘Science does not describe and explain nature,’ Heisenberg concluded, but ‘nature as exposed to our method of questioning.’”—A General Theory of Love
Henry Chinaski’s Women and What They Meant to Him, 2006
Thirty one women appear in this novel, only a few of which Bukowski’s main character did not sleep with. The timeline documents the duration of each woman’s appearance by page numbers, as well as Henry Chinaski’s opinion of them based on the words “fuck” and “love” as mentioned in the book. More good stuff on louisema.com
A different look on election results. Patchwork Map of the U.S. explains how and why Obama won based on categorized locations. I find this map very useful to understand how diversified different states are in the U.S. As a politician you can even develop your own strategies based on this map. It’s clear that one obvious reason to win was Obama has all industrial metropolises. Read more about it on WNYC.
Timeline of movies. From the book: Lo Duca’s L’Érotisme au Cinéma (J.-J. Pauvert, 1957).
(1) The Blue Angel, (2) Ecstasy, (3) Tabu, (4) The Lady from Shanghai, (5) Notorious, (6) Bitter Rice, (7) Manon, (8) Los Olvidados, (9) Miss Julie, and (10) One Summer of Happiness