“What hath night to do with sleep?”
― John Milton, Paradise Lost
The links post is a text heavy one this week. Why you ask? Because I’ve spent nearly three days on a massive editing project that turned out to be much more labor intensive than anyone anticipated and was up to four in the morning reconciling drafts. I have digested a lot of text this week (including three books, surprisingly), so must you. It good for us.
This weekend I’m doing some volunteering and some napping and am pretty excited about both. Dinner this evening with Ruth and Teri also promises to be a much needed delight, though I might turn into a pumpkin and plead bed at a shockingly early hour. Here are your links, tell me what you’re up to this weekend in the comments!
Goodness, are we already doing this? Live in the moment, entertainment industry! (That being said, I’m fairly intrigued by the next Pixar film…and In Heart of the Sea…and Crimson Peak…okay. Guilty.)
In related news, the first promotional images from the film adaptation of Into the Woods are out.
This woman has turned Beyonce songs into dramatic monolog. Required viewing, obviously.
Occasionally, yes, it does happen, someone needs to be rewarded for their online excellence. There’s a site for that.
Hooray, we’re doomed!
Interesting short piece on a Burmese skin/beauty product you’ve never heard of before.
A truly excellent response to the Women Against Feminism tumblr, which I will not link to here. (I initially thought I was reblogging and linking to it on my tumblr, which I use mostly for fun and to track images and stories I think are interesting and beautiful, but I didn’t realize that I had accidentally reblogged it on WordPress. The trial of too many media sites! That happened on Tuesday, and I took the post down, in case you saw it and wondered where it went. I’ve got nothing against reblogging in general, but I’ve never done it here so I thought it best not to start. Plus I want this author to get the clicks and the credit in her own right, because she basically dropped the mic.)
Congratulations. We have advanced to new and surprising levels of narcissism.
Interesting piece from The Atlantic on how we have too many lawyers…and several of them are trying to get out of the profession.