Archive for januar 2011

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Jeg Liker The Wildest Dream

januar 17, 2011

The Wildest Dream – Conquest of Everest

/Kenneth Tangnes

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Jeg Liker Broken Manual

januar 10, 2011

‘Created over four years (2006-2010), Alec Soth’s newest book represents a significant departure from his three previous Steidl publications. Entitled Broken Manual, Soth investigates the places in which people retreat to escape civilization. Soth photographs monks, survivalists, hermits and runaways, but this isn’t a conventional documentary book on life “off the grid.” Instead, working with the writer Lester B. Morrison, the authors have created an underground instruction manual for those looking to escape their lives.’

Dette er en riktig fin liten sak av en bok! Uavhengig av om du ønsker deg bort fra ‘folk flest’ fo’real eller bare trenger litt mentalhygienisk ferie…

Broken Manual

(Via)

/Kenneth Tangnes

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Ted Sorensen on How to Write a Good Speech

januar 5, 2011

Ted Sorenson skrev tross alt talene til JFK… Virket som en bra fyr, også (døde noen måneder før årskiftet).

Nyttige tanker å hente her!

/Kenneth Tangnes

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Jeg Liker The McGregor Nylon Anti-Freeze

januar 5, 2011

The McGregor Nylon Anti-Freeze fra Joe McCoy (The Real McCoy’s)

Det hjelper jo at det var en identisk jakke James Dean brukte i Rebel Without A Cause

Kom Mai du skjønne milde…

/Kenneth Tangnes

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Jeg Liker Elvis Costello

januar 4, 2011

‘I used to be disgusted; now I try to be amused.’

Elvis Costello

Bonus Beats: Elvis Costello – ‘Two Little Hitlers’

/Kenneth Tangnes

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Jeg Liker The Zinester’s Guide To NYC

januar 4, 2011

The Zinester’s Guide To NYC

/Kenneth Tangnes

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Jeg Liker Hamilton 1883

januar 4, 2011

FØLER denne camo skjorta fra Hamilton 1883!!!

/Kenneth Tangnes

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Jeg Liker A Is For Armageddon

januar 2, 2011

‘A Is for Armageddon is your ruthlessly clever and gorgeously hopeless guide to the possible—if not imminent—ultimate destruction of our civilization and planet. From animal flatulence to economic collapse to the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse—from lethal genetic modification to runaway obesity, super volcanoes, and World War III—the seeds of our doom have been sown . . . and our most dire possible fates have been stunningly illustrated in this edifying and uniquely entertaining volume of inescapable horrors, fatal missteps, and the end of everything.’

A Is for Armageddon: A Catalogue of Disasters That May Culminate in the End of the World as We Know It (eller fra BookDepository)

Tenkte dette var en fin bok å sparke i gang et nytt år med…

Merry New Year!

/Kenneth Tangnes