If you feel like getting fancy this morning, The New Yorker compiled the six best stories on actresses from the past few decades from its dazzling archive. Included are the likes of Tilda Swinton, Katharine Hepburn, and Cate Blanchett.
Photographer Dan Tobin Smith arranged garbage chromatically, to stunning effect. He claims the project is supposed to be an installation about “kipple:” the useless objects humans always seem to collect and drown in.
These titles are disappearing from Netflix come October 1st. Which just means you have a long night of Law & Order ahead of you.
Paul Ford discusses what makes the perfect writer: “writes exactly one-third more prose than requested to ease editing, is grateful to see it cut, and is not working on anything else.”
Over at the Hairpin, writers answer lingering book title questions such as “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” “A: Karen finds her a little intimidating, but it mostly has to do with her own insecurities and almost nothing to do with Virginia herself.”
In light of sexual harassment allegations against YouTube star Sam Pepper, Digg argues that just because it’s a social experiment, doesn’t mean you’re not an asshole.
And this weekend SNL introduced NFL players the only way they should be: