Recommended Reading / 26.

Monday, April 6, 2015

Every Monday, words to start the week. 

This week: Bill Nye opens his doors to The New York Times. Among a hodgepodge of science-themed treasures: Eddy tubes "to teach visitors about magnetism," a Stirling engine, and a midnight blue map above his bed that "shows the lights of humankind." Read the story by Joanne Kaufman, here. Photos by Jake Naughton.

A few more, just because:
-Fifty chefs' hands.
-Thoughts on travel, from 1932.
-Jewelry dishes inspired by spoon indentations in yogurt.
-From NPR: "[Music] fills the empty space of solitude even as it stimulates a desire for it."

More recommended reading, here. Have a wonderful Monday.

6 comments:

Hena Tayeb said...

interesting chef hands pictures.. i just wish they were better done rather than the black and white cut out style used. it makes most of the hands look very unappealing.

julie said...

what a beautiful jewelry dish. Lovely woodwork.

burntfeather said...

I love love love those jewelery dishes inspired by yoghurt indents :) Such a sweet fun arrival at a product!

Anonymous said...

So cool, all of it! Always!

Sal said...

the yogurt thing is weird and beautiful and so different. love it.

Shoko said...

Hena, I wish they came with stories — a line or two about where the more interesting marks are from.

Fee, I love them, too!

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