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Wackywriting embodies the dilemma of the liberal middle classes: material privilege, and unease over that privilege, glossed over with affected bohemianism and faux-naïveté. Hopelessly compromised by power and possessions, we long to return to the garden, but can’t pass through the eye of the needle. We’re guilty, but we wish we were, yes, innocent.
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How do we define who we are online vs. who we are offline? In our hyperconnected world, identities are fractured.
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(via "Cross-ropes" è la libreria con gli scaffali in corda di Kata Monus e Tamas Bozsik)
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Carrè di coniglio /  http://bit.ly/GJXAtN

Carrè di coniglio / http://bit.ly/GJXAtN

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Robert Johnson Book Release - 13 Years of Club Culture
The name Robert Johnson can serve as an reliable tool to get a feeling about people’s taste for music. The older ones and jazz lovers will have the melodies of Mississippi’s blues legend Robert Johnson in their head, the younger generation that found their passion for music in the 90’s techno and house clubs, will come with associations like “wooden dance floor”, “sunrise over some abandonat industrial port at the Main”, “infinite after-hours” and a “stetic flow of high quality electronic music.”
The club Robert Johnson is an uniqueness. While he was crowned to one of the best clubs, over all the years it managed to maintain a familiar and not agitated atmosphere. A relaxed crowd of people that are not to hip to dance and to smug to have a fun night out. We already introduced Ata to you and because we are lovers of books that are made with passion we want you to take a look at Come on in my kitchen - a book that captures the mythos Robert Johnson from it’s very beginning until today. 

Robert Johnson Book Release - 13 Years of Club Culture

The name Robert Johnson can serve as an reliable tool to get a feeling about people’s taste for music. The older ones and jazz lovers will have the melodies of Mississippi’s blues legend Robert Johnson in their head, the younger generation that found their passion for music in the 90’s techno and house clubs, will come with associations like “wooden dance floor”, “sunrise over some abandonat industrial port at the Main”, “infinite after-hours” and a “stetic flow of high quality electronic music.”

The club Robert Johnson is an uniqueness. While he was crowned to one of the best clubs, over all the years it managed to maintain a familiar and not agitated atmosphere. A relaxed crowd of people that are not to hip to dance and to smug to have a fun night out. We already introduced Ata to you and because we are lovers of books that are made with passion we want you to take a look at Come on in my kitchen - a book that captures the mythos Robert Johnson from it’s very beginning until today. 

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His Style. Karl L. http://bit.ly/Adu8aS

His Style. Karl L. http://bit.ly/Adu8aS

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Gareth Pugh 2012 http://bit.ly/yT6W70

Gareth Pugh 2012 http://bit.ly/yT6W70

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Comme des Garçons SH http://bit.ly/z94Smx

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