June 24, 2016
Samuel R. Delaney - Racism and Science Fiction
"I believe I first heard Harlan Ellison make the point that we know of dozens upon dozens of early pulp writers only as names: They conducted their careers entirely by mail—in a field and during an era when pen-names were the rule rather than the exception. Among the “Remmington C. Scotts” and the “Frank P. Joneses” who litter the contents pages of the early pulps, we simply have no way of knowing if one, three, or seven or them—or even many more—were not blacks, Hispanics, women, native Americans, Asians, or whatever. Writing is like that."
Michelle Treacy - Armageddon
June 23, 2016
Ian Richardson in 'The House on the Strand' by Daphne du Maurier (1973)
Samaris - Hafið
June 22, 2016
Roda Viva Internacional | Camille Paglia | 22/10/2015
"Ela falará, entre outros assuntos, de sua revisão do feminismo e comentará suas definições sobre a cultura ocidental."
Wooden Arms - Burial
June 20, 2016
China’s Millionaire Migration
"Over 100,000 Chinese millionaires have moved to Vancouver, sparking everything from a reality show to a property boom making housing unaffordable. Dateline asks if the millionaire migrants are a blessing or curse."
China's Rich Girls - 101 East
Lovelier Other - Hidden Shelters
June 18, 2016
"For over 100 years, Rolls-Royce has been pushing the boundaries of art and engineering. Now, we have imagined the future. But we didn’t stop there – we built it. Discover Rolls-Royce 103EX."
The Stanley Brothers - We Shall Rise
June 16, 2016
NASA | Thermonuclear Art – The Sun In Ultra-HD
"It’s always shining, always ablaze with light and energy that drive weather, biology and more. In addition to keeping life alive on Earth, the sun also sends out a constant flow of particles called the solar wind, and it occasionally erupts with giant clouds of solar material, called coronal mass ejections, or explosions of X-rays called solar flares. These events can rattle our space environment out to the very edges of our solar system. In space, NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory, or SDO, keeps an eye on our nearest star 24/7. SDO captures images of the sun in 10 different wavelengths, each of which helps highlight a different temperature of solar material. In this video, we experience SDO images of the sun in unprecedented detail. Presented in ultra-high definition, the video presents the dance of the ultra-hot material on our life-giving star in extraordinary detail, offering an intimate view of the grand forces of the solar system."
Generationals - Black Lemon
June 15, 2016
My heart has changed
Utah Lt. Gov. Cox speaks at vigil for Orlando.
Sam Tinnesz feat. Maggie Eckford - Up in Flames
June 14, 2016
Blinkbox Books - George R. R. Martin & Robin Hobb
Hosting the conversation, editor Jane Johnson, publishing director at HarperCollins.
How To Tell If You’re In a Viking Saga
"An elderly woman, known for her second-sight, gives you specific instructions to avoid being murdered. You ignore her."