William Gibson

William Gibson talks punk and “Gangnam Style” in part three of his interview at Wired.

Anna Karenina, Moby-Dick, Ulysses, Wise Blood and several other classics get covers re-imagined as art.

Things that don’t make sense: Some schmuck makes a really dumb film and now Salman Rushdie has to deal with a fatwa again.

David Cameron, Tilda Swinton, Stephen Fry and other set out on an ambitious voyage to read 135 chapters of Moby-Dick in 135 days. (That’s the second of  Melville’s book.)

How “Made in the U.S.A.” is making a comeback.

About that Maureen Dowd column…

A very great Politico longread on how Mitt Romeny’s campaign has stumbled.

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