November 1, 2014

Patronage Package 10 of Duly Discovered


Inbox by Google


“Ways to Connect: On Interface & Product Design”
by Ryan Singer and William Channer

“The Mountain” by Melissa Reinbold

“Gutenberg’s Apprentice” by Alixe Christie

“I’d Rather Be Short” by Becky Murphy


“Narwhal letterpress art print” by Kristen Dake

“Garamond” monograph by Kirsten Green

Card Party by Andrew Ashton

“Advice to sink in slowly” posters founded by John Stanbury


“Space Shuttle” by Lynette Sage

“Power Lady Posse” by Becky Murphy


Halloween-themed Tiny Desk Concert by Neko Case

Album “La Isla Bonita” by Deerhoof

Album “Storytone” by Neil Young

Band The Rural Alberta Advantage

Album “The Best Day” by Thurston Moore

Album “Ask Me to Dance” by Minnie Driver


“Breaking Down Your Business” hosted by Jill Salzman and Brad Farris


“The Colorful, Blossoming D. C. Arts Scene In The 1950s, ’60s”
by Susan Stamberg

“50 Great Teachers: Socrates, The Ancient World’s Teaching Superstar”
by Eric Westervelt

“Behind The Scenes, Storyful Exposes Viral Hoaxes For News Outlets”
by David Folkenflik

“Mindy Kaling On Refusing To Be An Outsider And Sexism On Set”
by Rachel Martin

“West Virginia Pottery Company Keeps Popular Fiesta Line Thriving”
by Linda Wertheimer

“The First Female Typographer”
by John Boardley

“A New Orleans Charter School Marches To Its Own Tune”
by Eric Westervelt

“As Museums Try To Make Ends Meet, ‘Deaccession’ Is The Art World’s Dirty Word”
by Elizabeth Blair

“13-Year-Old Girl Is Determined To Be The First Person On Mars”
by Rachel Martin

“CDC Sets Up Mock Ebola Ward Set Up in Alabama”
by Nurith Aizenman

“Alaska Must Translate Election Material into 2 Indigenous Languages”
by Emily Schwing

“‘Inner GPS’ Discovery Wins Nobel Prize In Medicine”
by Rob Stein

“Art Project Opens Long-Closed Ellis Island Hospital”
by Scott Simon

“The Man Who Casts The Metal For The Master Sculptors”
by Karen Michel

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