The amount of work put into that. That must have been hours. That's cool.
— Guy in Currier Museum of Art
Video of partial results of searching for Himalaya, Mississippi River, Paris, Ruin, and Water in our new Machines Reading Maps tool. 100 million words indexed on 57,000 maps. Final version will be public in a month. Clicking results will open the full map with text highlighted.
— @david_rumsey_maps
Figure out what the narrative of the game is.
— Colin*
Every recent Memorial Day I think about 1st Lt. Weston Lee. He was KIA in Iraq in April 2017
He sticks with me because he was the first person younger than me whose obituary I had to write
— @esaagar
Custard tart
— Dessert Jenna made
A former colleague of mine, the writer Henry Mitchell, once wrote, “The only thing I know about prizes is that Mozart never won one.”
— Roger Rosenblatt, "What’s the Point of Prizes?," The New York Times
Information is received in inverse proportion to its predictability.
— Mike Ford, "258: Leaving the Fold," This American Life
Of those wise restraints that make us free.
— Harvard president to new class of Law School graduates
"Do you know what Mrs. Stringer says?" said Jolene, naming her home-economics teacher. "One day she told the class, 'Nancy Clutter is always in a hurry, but she always has time. And that's one definition of a lady.'"
— Truman Capote, In Cold Blood
Those numbers are auto generated by the system. It's totally random that it got so close.
— Marc after I asked if it was possible to switch my thesis number from 991 to 999*
It's a "big American move " (B.A.M ) one or two moves - not over complicated
— @mikeyfarris
Because I always wonder how people perceive me. Not that it's gonna change what I think about myself, but I'm just curious.
— GranSan (Sandra Olivia Moon Hightower) via Zoë
Referencing is really an obsessive compulsion for me
— Ian (potentially paraphrased)
— Title for list of how to watch The Complete Indiana Jones saga in chronological order, @connorratliff
It lacks the ability to question twenty-five years of its own reporting.
— Tim Weiner, Legacy of Ashes: The History of the CIA
Jennifer Coolidge Corner
— Trivia team name
Maddening that they killed 'Image Search'
& optimized it for shopping.
— @emily_elsie
Open Call: Portraits of Women With Their Weight In Dough
— @santina_amato via @4heads_nyc
Instead, the groups said, they simply believed in helping politicians indirectly — not by giving them money or buying them ads or mentioning their names, but by obliquely raising issues that could shift voters their way. To that end, the groups said, even fund-raising calls from “Frank Wallace” were part of their mission. Since they mentioned policing — a topic voters might care about — the calls were not a means to an end in the work of influencing elections. They were the work itself.
— David A. Fahrenthold and Tiff Fehr, "How to Raise $89 Million in Small Donations, and Make It Disappear," The New York Times
To combat the autocracy of both the classes and the masses.
— Preamble to the Constitution of The American Legion