Archive for October, 2007

Oct 30 2007

Phase I

Published by under Subby Love

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Oct 29 2007

Shelves for Sale (Updated!)

Published by under Misc.

We have a few more shelves available for sale.  We’ve had them so long that I apparently no longer see them and they got left behind during the Great Fall Cleanup. There are three types and because I’m not so fancy with the Flickr go here for the pics. 1. 4 feet wide by 7’9″ tall with […]

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Oct 26 2007

Mass Consumption

Published by under Full of ideas

I’ve really been into the work of Chris Jordan recently. He’s a digital photographer that creates visual representations of statistics–in his series Running the Numbers–that give the viewer a sense of the otherwise unimaginable. “Plastic Bottles” (see below), for instance, depicts 2 million plastic bottles (the average number of plastic bottles consumed every 5 minutes in […]

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Oct 26 2007

What? Yes.

Published by under Subculture

It’s rather impressive what the panel is able to discern about this famous guest on “What’s My Line.”

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Oct 26 2007

Finally Finished

Published by under Current Read

I recently took a much needed holiday biking through the beautiful landscape of eastern and central Missouri along the Katy Trail. The short break gave me the chance to finish a few books I’d been halfway through for weeks. Here are the three most memorable. Soon I Will Be Invincible by Austin Grossman. I had […]

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Oct 15 2007

Mark Your Planners

Published by under Events,Subculture

  We are super excited to be working with Fifi’s and Apop to bring a really cool book event to town.  The photographer of Punk House, Abby Banks, is on tour with two cohorts in support of this lush 300 + page volume. Not content for a typical reading, Abby and friends will screen a silent movie/slide […]

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Oct 13 2007

Back to Reading, Finally!

Published by under Current Read

Apologies for falling behind in my book reviews. The only thing I’ve been reading lately is Princeton Review’s Cracking the GRE 2007. And as a result, memorizing unnecessary vocabulary words (words like eleemonsynary and cygnet), “comprehending” mind-numbing passages, and relearning 8th grade math have been my only stimulation for the past couple of weeks. But […]

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Oct 10 2007

Just about all New

Published by under Subculture

Our big push to get rid of the used books is almost over. And if you’re one of the many who gets excited about new additions at a low cost, you should come in ASAP! Jason and Kelly have been working at lightening speed to box up the last of them–once the boxes are filled, […]

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Oct 03 2007

September Bestsellers

Published by under Bestsellers

  Bryan Alaspa : Ghosts of St. Louis Chuck Klosterman : IV Michael Pollan : Omnivore’s Dilemma Pessl : Special Topics in Calamity Physics Kundera : Unbearable Lightness of Being

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