Monthly Archives: May 2009

Kindle’s browser needs “Save as .txt” feature and a few other tweaks

Dear Amazon: The browser is the feature on the Kindle that has the most potential but which is most sorely in need of improvement. Please add a “Save as .txt” feature to the Kindle’s browser that will allow users to … Continue reading

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Robert

Robert (2009)—Original ink drawing measuring 15 inches wide by 18 inches tall on slightly off-white paper, drawn with Faber-Castell Pitt art pens with a Chartpak Extra Black marker used to fill in the black background. For sale. Kristin named him. … Continue reading

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Dear Wall Street Journal, I’m unsubscribing. Here’s why:

I just wanted to write and let you know that I will be canceling my Kindle subscription to your newspaper. Let me begin by sharing with you an email I received this morning from the Amazon Kindle Team: Hello, As … Continue reading

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Infinite Summer

This morning, I spotted Kottke’s post about Infinite Summer, which is a book club that aims to read David Foster Wallace’s Infinite Jest in its entirety (endnotes and all) between June 21st and September 22nd. The book club has a … Continue reading

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Tree man

This is Tree Man. He measures 12 inches wide by 18 inches tall on slightly off-white archival paper. Line work was done with a Koh-i-noor black pen and the coloring was done with Faber-Castell Pitt art pens. For sale.

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