If you’re in Malmö tonight you should check out the release party for @haverholm s new book at mitt möllan! [FB event]
—Bo Ashi (@Boashi), at 22 May 15:15
Would you believe, I almost forgot? Just kidding, I was there hanging original art until eight last night — if you get there early you may catch me rearranging frames and adjusting nails.
Swing by, it’s going to be a blast!
That woman warns me not to sell her fave When the last story is told piece at tomorrow’s release show; leafs through book to show me which one. “I like this one. And this. And this. I like all the B&W ones!”
Israel begins separating Palestinian bus travel in West Bank http://t.co/Eijdr73uCe via @Alraypsen
—Joe Catron (@jncatron), at 20 May 08:39
Wow. If I were public relations advisor to the Israeli government… I’d’ve probably been fired advising against this.
Or against building the big honking wall.
Or against the West Bank settlements.
Or flaunting the general apartheid policy in the face of the international community, and not giving a fuck about it.
Those would all be good things to be fired over, by a government that refuses to learn from history.
BREAKING: Israeli prime minister overrules defense minister, cancels proposed West Bank bus segregation
I guess that means I’m back on the job :-S
As we and others have noted, there’s a real risk that the few websites that Facebook and its partners select for Internet.org (including, of course, Facebook itself) could end up becoming a ghetto for poor users instead of a stepping stone to the larger Internet.
—Internet.org Is Not Neutral, Not Secure, and Not the Internet | Electronic Frontier Foundation
What the—!? The magic pen is out in Danish? Looking forward to reading this on paper after all that time online. At this rate, Dylan Horrocks is one out of maybe five figurative comics artists I even bother reading.
So I’ve been asked to be on the radio tomorrow evening with Rikke Platz Cortsen, to talk about the graphic medicine exhibition I organised, and the comics seminar we are both attending in a few weeks. Pretty cool that the media are picking up on that sort of thing.
It used to be a spaceship, now it’s just a thingy.
—Jr., jr., talking out loud playing with his Legos.
And isn’t that just a perfectly Lynda Barryan example of play<>image<>story?