Obamacare Basics For Barbies (via Chescaleigh)
The only reason you don’t understand the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (aka “Obamacare”) is because you haven’t heard Nicki Minaj explain it.
Bernard Frischer’s virtual reconstruction of Hadrian’s Villa takes the trendy genre of digital models of ancient cities and monuments to a trippy new level, complete with a Hadrian avatar as guide. Makes me want to go back to the “Art of Video Games” exhibit at the Smithsonian American Art Museum.
A Meeting at the Kitchen Table: POC Feminists Envisioning the Future
POC Caucus CFP SEWSA 2013
Calling on some of our People of Color feminist foremothers, the POC Caucus panel hopes to examine where we are as POC academics, cultural workers, and artists and where we’d like to be. As…
Thanks to all the helpful tweets the other day, I have updated my Favorite Digital Teaching Resources. Here they are.
Favorite New (and not so new) Teaching Technologies
Alexis Pauline Gumbs writes the second of 3 Lessons from Natasha Trethewey: (Lesson 2) Making the Archive You Need | The Feminist Wire
perfect partnership proposal gift….
Aisha Tyler (Friends, 24, Archer) has recently been abused for her recent appearance at the E3 gaming show. Now, she hits back in a very interesting way.
I don’t think there’s a way for white people to use KBURD without perpetuating the digital blackface that’s happening all over the internet, especially Tumblr.
I’m becoming increasingly adamant that you all need to STOP using our words and faces to speak for you. And if you are a non-Black person of color you should pause and think hard before using that sassy Black lady reaction gif.
reblogging this again because it’s still relevant and i’m still thinking about this.
“Like their news-bin brethren, you’ll find abandoned newsstands scattered throughout downtown San Francisco. I’ve been a fan of re-using newsbins, but I hadn’t really though about doing anything larger until I saw what the folks at Colpa Press had created on the corner of 6th St and Market. Basically, they’ve rented one of these tiny newsstands and turned into a place to buy magazines… and posters… and records and tapes… and all sorts of cool shit.
Their pop-up shop, called Edicola, features a beautiful collection of hand-bound zines and art. I’ve been thinking about doing another zine sometime soon, and this shop was full of inspiring works from various photographers. If you get the chance, I highly recommend checking this shop out for yourself.
Edicola 987 1/2 Market St – at 6th – San Francisco OPEN TUES-FRI 4-7 // SAT + SUN 12-6” — docpop.org
I always see this shop when I head into the city for my internship on Saturdays. You piss me off sometimes, San Francisco, but sometimes you’re awfully cute.