March 4, 2015

Patronage Package 14 of Duly Discovered



Lit Hub



Apple World Today

Food Travelist


“Pete Peanut and the Trouble with Birthdays”
by Sean Hewens and Mimi O. Chun

“It’s What I Do: A Photographer’s Life of Love and War”
by Lynsey Addario

“Alphabetical: How Every Letter Tells a Story”
by Michael Rosen

“Last Stop on Market Street”
by Matt De La Pena and Christian Robinson

“Women in Tech”
by Tarah Wheeler Van Vlack

“Helvetica/Objectified/Urbanized: The Complete Interviews”
by Gary Hustwit

“Get What You Want: The Ultimate Guide
to Figure Out + Getting What You Want in Life”

by Courtney Sanders

“Go Set a Watchman”
by Harper Lee


My Darlin’


“Through a Lens Darkly: Black Photographers
and the Emergence of a People”

by Thomas Allen Harris

“Voyage of Time”
by Terrence Malick


The Hand & Eye


“Diamonds” by Laura Mvula

“Who Loves the Sun” by Zee Avi

“Diminuendo in Blue and Crescendo in Blue” by Duke Ellington

“Love Songs You Love to Love” by Robin Hilton and Bob Boilen

“Be Still My Heart” by Postal Service

“Everlasting Light” by The Black Keys

“Hypericum” by Gem Club

“The Man Who Sold the World” by Nirvana

“Morning” by Beck

“Default” by Atoms for Peace

“Afraid of Nothing” by Sharon Van Etten

“Clear the Air” by Jacco Gardner

“Star” by Luluc

“Boléro Sonambulo” by Manuel Galbán and Ry Cooder

“Glow and Behold” by Yuck

“Marvel” by Thumpers


2015 World Press Photo of the Year by Mads Nissen


“Sales & Marketing Nation” by Christian Costa


Greeting card “You auto-complete me” by Paperwheel


“In Beta Release, Apple Introduces New, Racially Diverse Emojis”
by Eyder Peralta

“Good Clothing Company Provides Independent Designers
with Low Minimum Production”

by Nicole Giordano

“The Books that Made Me Who I Am”
by Roxane Gay

“What’s It Like to Live without Electricity? Ask an Indian Villager”
by Julie McCarthy

“Spectacular video of solar flares will mesmerize you”
by Amanda Schupak

“Europe Experiments with Co-Housing”
by Lauren Frayer and Ari Shapiro

“Can a Computer Change the Essence of Who You Are?”
by Lulu Miller and Alex Spiegel

“Miniseries Explores the Ugly Fallout of a Disciplinary ‘Slap’”
by Elizabeth Blair

“Hundreds Remember N. C. Students Murdered
in Possible Hate Crime”

by Reema Khrais

“The Lincoln Memorial could have been a pyramid…”
by Phil Edwards

“The Ebola Diaries: Trying to Heal Patients You Can’t Touch”
by Nurith Aizenman

“The Tiny Desk Concert Contest Winner Is…”
by Bob Boilen

“Why you should be sharing more of your work”
by Belle Beth Cooper

“Harnessing the Immune System to Fight Cancer”
by Rob Stein

“10 Traits that Trump ‘Likable’”
by Gina DeLapa

Bob Dylan
by Robert Love

“[Field Trip] Susan Connor NY”
by Alexandra Sklar

“Anchors Aweigh”
by Maureen Dowd

“Gotcha: Satellites Help Strip Seafood Pirates of Their Booty”
by Christopher Joyce

“How I Learned to Stop Comparing Myself to Others”
by Meredith Fineman

“FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler:
This is How We Will Ensure Net Neutrality”

by Tom Wheeler

“How an algorithm is taught to be prejudiced”
by Ben Johnson

“How do you solve a problem like censoring YouTube?”
by Aparna Alluri

“Post-bankruptcy Detroit’s a bargain for corporations”
by Adam Allington

“Once a Vaccine Skeptic, this Mom Changed Her Mind”
by Jon Hamilton

“Redesigning Neonatal Healthcare”
by Simone Solondz

by Alma Hoffmann

“22 Movies Every Designer Should Watch on Netflix”
by Mark Wilson

“Balancing Ambition and Happiness”
by Lisa Gerber

“When will Chicago get its next super-tall skyscraper?”
by Chris Bentley

by Kandy Christensen

“A mile wide, an inch deep”
by Ev Williams

“Beloved Japanese Author Answers Questions…”
by Maggie Penman

“Fight Parkinson’s: Exercise May Be the Best Therapy”
by Richard Knox

“Former Basketball Player Scores as a Filmmaker”
by Priska Neely


“Make the SHIFT” by Marcia Conner


“Be the Change” by Jenna Bresnahan

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