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Everybody reads Thomas Piketty.Photograph: Chloe Cushman/The Guardian.
Via The Guardian.

Everybody reads Thomas Piketty.
Photograph: Chloe Cushman/The Guardian.

Via The Guardian.

The oldest basketball field in the world. In Paris. 1893.
Via Konbini.

The oldest basketball field in the world. In Paris. 1893.

Via Konbini.

Michael Jordan begins (part 1).

Via.

'Swimmers, found photograph, Beirut 1977, album of Hussein Saleh, collection of Diab Alkarssifi', A Lebanese Archive, Ania Dabrowska, 2013.

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'Swimmers, found photograph, Beirut 1977, album of Hussein Saleh, collection of Diab Alkarssifi', A Lebanese Archive, Ania Dabrowska, 2013.

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La télévision oeil de demain, 1947.

Juan Miranda: I know what I am talking about when I am talking about the revolutions. The people who read the books go to the people who can’t read the books, the poor people, and say, “We have to have a change.” So, the poor people make the change, ah? And then, the people who read the books, they all sit around the big polished tables, and they talk and talk and talk and eat and eat and eat, eh? But what has happened to the poor people? They’re dead! That’s your revolution. Shhh… So, please, don’t tell me about revolutions! And what happens afterwards? The same fucking thing starts all over again!

John H. Mallory: [exhales] Whew. Hmmm.

[throws a book he was reading into the mud: Mikhael A. Bakunin, The Patriotism]

Marguerite Duras, l’an 2000.

Pierre Folk, “By the silent lines”. 
Via Slate.

Pierre Folk, “By the silent lines”.

Via Slate.