Van de vier oprichters van De Correspondent was ik (op het moment van de foto) als enige nog onder de 30 (#valreep). En dus sta ik namens ons allen in de Forbes 30 under 30 in de categorie Media!
One of my favorite US blogs advertises a Dutch writer, I love it. I’ll go back to hating ads tomorrow.
On The Guardian: French town tries to save first world war soldier’s room for posterity (Here’s another time capsule: a Paris apartment untouched for 70 years.)
Mike Nichols, director of The Graduate (the best movie about being young, ever) dies at 83.
Of Dutch author Philip Huff‘s Book of the Death.
Stefano Pilati´s office in Paris: Charlotte Perriand´s massive wood desk and Jean Prouvé´s office chair, both ca.1950s. Photograph by James Mollison. / James Mollison
explore-blog: How to leave a party: Ghost vs. Goodbye – another brilliant flowchart for modern life from artist Wendy MacNaughton and writer Caroline Paul (a powerhouse creative couple), who previously gave us Should I Check My Email? (one of the best infographics of 2013) and What Mode of Transportation Should I Use? Pair with MacNaughton’s wonderfully thoughtful illustrated […]
minimaldesks: Homepolish’s LA Creative Director, Orlando Soria‘s home workspace. What else do you need anyway?
explore-blog: These weeks are all we’ve got – the average human lifetime, visualized in weeks, a simple and powerful reminder to live with presence. For how to do that better, get some help from Alan Watts.
theparisreview: In case you missed it, watch Plimpton! Starring George Plimpton as Himself online.
hughmacleod: This is why most young people screw up. Takes a while to grasp etc. #marfa #themarfaproject themarfaproject.com