To the point where they approximate a biologists brain looking at an image.
— Anne Carpenter, "2019 BioImage Informatics" YouTube video
The struggle of man against power is the struggle of memory against forgetting
— Milan Kundera via Joe Jackson, Black Elk: The Life of an American Visionary
Sitting Bull rode in parades, greeted visitors in his lodge, and sat impassively on his horse at the beginning of each performance. Each appearance stole the show. He detested this part of his duties, but loved new experiences such as his discovery of oyster stew.
— Joe Jackson, Black Elk: The Life of an American Visionary
Out of narrative comes policy.
— Tom Steyer
Custom Knits for Film and TV, Body Positivity and Inclusivity, In Memory of Arnold H. Aronson
— Email subject line from
In another, he suggested she pay two cents a word for an interview that would last two weeks.
— Joe Jackson, Black Elk: The Life of an American Visionary
Agnostic to any clinical data.
— Meeting at Broad talking about machine learning
You can't write that down because I never said it.
— Lily on something she said
It's a good set for a Godzilla movie. It's like pleanty of stuff to knock down but you're not that attached to it.
— Lily on Boston
Life is fun, embrace it and enjoy every day.
— Andy to Apryl on FB
Don't read into it, just read it.
— Henry on his paintings
Signed my name in the giant book.
— Text from David
If you make something really nice then people want to take care of it.
— David paraphrasing a Herzog and De Meuron philosophy
Hold onto that, it might be your greatest literary distinction.
— Sid quoting RB on V note*
“If I am out of town,” he told The New York Times in 2014, “I will try to have meetings wherever I am. Luckily, there are a lot of Taco Bells.”
— Neil Genzlinger, "Jason Polan, Fast-Drawing Artist of the Offbeat, Dies at 37," The New York Times
Was threatening to become little more than an exquisite corpse, an archived artifact seen only by White people in a mid-Manhattan museum.
— Jeffrey C. Stewart, The New Negro: The Life of Alain Locke
Eternal God... Unite our senators in their striving to do your will. Lord, you have been our help in ages past. You are our hope for the years to come. We trust the power of your prevailling providence to bring this imeachment trial to the concusion you desire.
— Senate Chaplain Rear Adm. Barry Black (Ret.), Senate Impeachment Trial, Day 6
A precedent set in 1966 by former Senator Everett McKinley Dirksen, who grew thirsty while delivering a lengthy speech, allows senators to sip milk on the floor.
— Catie Edmondson, "Senators Battle a Persistent Impeachment Foe: Their Own Restlessness," The New York Times
I need this not to end in yet another show business failure.
— @connorratliff, Instagram Stories post about "Dead Eyes"
All photographs are posed.
— Errol Morris, "Lecture: Harvard Book Store"