Blog thoughts from Keith Wagstaff, noted human being and possible time traveler.
  • Bloomberg: “Occupational Hazards of Working on Wall Street,” Michael Lewis
  • "The intense pressure to conform, to not make waves, has got to be the most depressing part of all, for a genuinely ambitious young person. It’s pretty clear that the government lacks the power to force serious change upon the financial sector. There’s a big role for Silicon Valley-style scorched-earth entrepreneurship on Wall Street right now, and the people most likely to innovate are newcomers to the industry who have no real stake in the parts of it that need scorching."
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  • Glenn Gould is “in the zone.”

    #glenn gould
  • Note to self: Buy this Lomo instant camera when it comes out in December. 

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  • Summertime psychedelic Friday: Shabazz Palaces, Forerunner Foray.

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    #shabazz palaces
  • nemfrog:

    Our Earth is peppered with some 20,000 tons of stardust a year. Scanned from Wonderland of Science. 1930s.

    (via scientificillustration)

  • withapencilinhand:

    Picard and the Enterprise

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  • "I can answer, only for myself, that poetry is the most important thing. The birth of a novel begins with a poem."
  • That episode of Star Trek: Voyager where they go back to L.A. in the ’90s and Tuvok wears a do-rag and also Sarah Silverman is in it.

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    #star trek
    #sarah silverman
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