This means I’m one post behind -which really annoys me because it means until tomorrow two WWTM will show up at the same time on the homepage. They’re like never-ending telltale hearts.
Except much more awesome. This week being a case in point.
I love these stories. And the footage definitely falls into the category of ‘unexplained’.
You know, seeing as the cold war is over, I don’t understand why most governments insist on hiding this information. It’s like trying to pretend crocodiles don’t exist. What’s the point?
From a time when England was connected via land to continental Europe. That spins me out.
Then look no further than this awesome article from Devi! Of course, I’m not entirely sure all these items would fit in my inner city home but that’s no excuse not to covet them. Besides, I can always sleep outside.
Great post from Dr Raven. Great, helpful, timely post for reasons I am not going to go into because they don’t involve me directly. Here’s some more St Cyprian info.
I remember reading this when I was about fourteen. It made me want to do two things: Never try heroin and also move to London. Check and check. It’s a great, rambling Edwardian tale. Probably my favourite piece of Crowley’s fiction.
I loved this post so, so much. The -shall we say- “arts and crafts” barrier has always been something I have had to grapple with. Even my sigils have a tendency to look like shit.
Cheers to Balthazar for pointing this one out to me. Since my last post I’m making a special effort to hunt out audio info.
If you’re not vegetarian, that is.
As a topic, given my last couple of roles, this really interests me. Call me twice bitten, thrice shy.
Okay, I’m just putting this in here because I promised a dear friend some link love for their new alternate energy business. It’s not a wizard link unless you want to build your own solar panels. But who knows? Maybe you do?
I genuinely didn’t know this. And I find it very, very cool.
Which is a topic dear to my heart. While studying Enlightenment thinking at university, we spent a couple of weeks discussing the difference between enshrining “happiness” and the “pursuit of happiness” -which is actually very different. The conclusions haven’t left me.
Really cool piece from John that speaks to sound project planning and organisation -two of my nerdly favourite things.
I especially like points 5, 6 and 7.
Now, I’ve linked to a Tim Ferriss presentation a while back on Rune Soup. He occupies an uneasy place in my ‘corporate wizard pantheon’. I’d say he’s a black hat corporate wizard. Because his stuff works well for a very specific demographic… Unfortunately, spreading the message wider -which is what always happens with successful information products- leads to confusion and disappointment.
There is a definite class barrier to his suggestions which doesn’t sit well with whatever is left of the socialist student in me. For another take, nobody sums 4HWW thinking up better than Penelope Trunk.
Have a good week, everyone!
(PS – Gee, I can’t imagine which link is going to spark the most amount of comments.)