Cara Phillips, who runs a great blog called Ground Glass and also helps spearhead the amazing Women in Photography project through Humble Arts, recently sent me an email about her newly updated website. I’ve always liked her work, much of it dealing with issues of self esteem, cultural aesthetics, and ways of seeing beauty. She deals with some issues I get very heated up about, but I’ll let her work do the talking.
Thanks to Google Reader, sharing blog posts has just become easier. I’ve added an Also Read This widgit to my blog, so you can see what I’ve found interesting on the right hand side of the page, right above my archives. It will update automatically as I share through google reader.
You really should be sharing what you find interesting on google reader as well. Matt Gamber, for example, always marks very interesting posts (mostly from the consumerist and boing boing).
“We’re waiting,” Weev said. “We need someone to show us the way. The messiah.”
“How do you know it’s not you?” I asked.
“If it were me, I would know,” he said. “I would receive a sign.”
Zeno of Elea, Socrates and Jesus, Weev said, are his all-time favorite trolls. He also identifies with Coyote and Loki, the trickster gods, and especially with Kali, the Hindu goddess of destruction. “Loki was a hacker. The other gods feared him, but they needed his tools.”