Una Mullally

Society, life and culture on the edge

Daily Digest: Wednesday

WiFi pavement? Yes please. Major Roy Lichtenstein retrospective forms part of the programme for Tate in 2013. As Creative Week came to an end in New York,¬†Gawker wonders if advertising is swallowing the ‘creative class’. Like the Eurovision? Like parties? …

Wed, May 9, 2012, 16:57

   

WiFi pavement? Yes please.

Major Roy Lichtenstein retrospective forms part of the programme for Tate in 2013.

As Creative Week came to an end in New York,¬†Gawker wonders if advertising is swallowing the ‘creative class’.

Like the Eurovision? Like parties? Then you should go to this.

A 1992 NME cover and interview with Sean Hughes and Fatima Mansions from the non-stop treasure trove that is Brand New Retro.

North Carolina has banned gay marriage and civil unions.

Listen to the new Best Coast album streaming over on NPR.

Cambridge research psychologist Simon Baron-Cohen talking about testosterone at an evening hosted by Brian Eno in London.

Pay attention, TV3, this new programme is what happens when you mash up The Voice and Blind Date.

It’s Andrew WK’s 33rd birthday today. Let’s revisit how he democracised club land.

Neil Gaiman emails Wired about Maurice Sendak.

And finally… (via @ConwayComms), a rather beautiful animation telling the story of a father and daughter on 9/11.

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