Literature Map says: What else do readers of [any other famous author] read? The closer two writers are, the more likely someone will like both of them. Click on any name to travel along. Did it map you right?
This links to the sections focusing on 500-1000 A.D, but I bet you can't stop there.
This post is from 2012. A lot has changed since then. If you're landing here post-2018, Aquaman is very likely more popular than John Stewart in your current timeline. John Stewart should be the JLA's Green Lantern and the iconic alpha Lantern of the DCU. Put Hal back in the Corps and promote John back … Continue reading Wait, What?: Racist Comics Edition (There’s No Way Aquaman Is More Popular than John Stewart)
Perhaps my greatest sports revelation of 2011. This image is via Yahoo!Sports. Peyton Manning, you look exactly the same. Cliff Lee, how is it possible that you were a teenager at precisely the same time I was? It's not that you look old now...it's just that you're so talented, I assume you've been pitching since … Continue reading My Greatest Sports Revelations of 2011
The discussion on the "A Few More Things Your Kids Won't Do, Generation X" post inspired me to follow up on a project I started a few years ago. Everyone gets those Nick Hornby-inspired Facebook memes ("15 Albums That Changed Your Life"), and as much as we identify with certain collections of songs our favorite … Continue reading Your Life in Radio Singles
A few days ago, I wrote: "If you’re roughly my age, we may share some of these academic distinctions: last or close-to-last class of students to attend various Cold War or pre-war era schools before their 90s and 2000s-riffic renovations. (Elementary school, high school, college) last or close-to-last class to take a typing elective where … Continue reading Brother, Where Art Thou on Craigslist? (A Post About Word Processors)
I found these in a 1989/90 issue of Pequod. The cropped set in color follows the same set uncropped in black and white. You can also view them on Flickr.