Thursday, May 30, 2013

Twit Links: May 2013

By Pauly
Los Angeles, CA


Here is a collection of shit I linked up on Twitter over the last month.
Film, TV, Art and Lit
The Art of Fiction with Dom DeLillo [Paris Review]
Existential Star Wars [Tumblr]
Steve Soderbergh: Dismal State of Hollywood [filmcomment]
GIF: Pete Campbell Falling Down Stairs [Vulture]
The Total Disaster of Chevy Chase's Short-Lived Talk Show [SplitSider]
New Marty Beckerman Book: 90s Island [90sIsland.com]
David Foster Wallace on Binge TV Watching [The Morning News]
Coppola's Arrested Godfather [Slate]
Brad Pitt's Battle to Make World War Z [Vanity Fair]
Obey the Giant: Documentary on Shepard Fairey's First Defiant Act of Street Art [Open Culture]

Sports, Poker, and Sportsbetting
Woody Allen: Notes of a Know Nothing Knicks Fan [Observer]
B.S. Report with Zach Lowe and Haralabob [ESPN]
Poker's Watergate Moment [CrAAKKer Poker Blog]
NY Rangers Will Play 2 Outdoor Hockey Games at Yankee Stadium [SNYRangers]
10 Years Later: How Chris Moneymaker Changed My Life [PokerStars Blog]
Oral History of the 2003 WSOP and Chris Moneymaker [Grantland]
Another Look at Moneymaker v. Ivey [Jesse May]
PODCAST: Chad Millman Interviews Bookie Bob Succi [ESPN]

Music
Thom Yorke: Karma Police [Hidden Track]
Thom Yorke on Here's the Thing Podcast [WNYC.org]
Slayer - Archive [Joe Giron Photo]
Top 100 Albums of the 1970s [Pitchfork]
1973 Interview: Ben Fong-Torres on Stevie Wonder [Rolling Stone]
Trailer: The National Documentary: Mistaken For Strangers [YouTube]
PODCAST: Huey Lewis Interview [Marc Maron's WTF Podcast]
VIDEO: Long Train Running by The Doobie Brothers [YouTube]
Mick Taylor Returns to The Stones After 40 Years [Hidden Track]
Beastie Boys Interview from 1998: The Boys Are Back In Town [Rolling Stone]
12 Years of DFA Records - Two Old To Be New, Too New To Be Classic [YouTube]
Trailer: LCD Soundsystem Documentary: Shut Up & Play the Hits [YouTube]
Finance
Currency War for Dummies [Zero Hedge]
Drugs and Misc.
Two People Smoke Huge Doobie on NYC Subway [HyperVocal]
Travels in the New Psychedelic Bazaar [NY Mag]
Dr. Feelgood [New York Sun]
Linklater's Plans for Dazed and Confused Sequel [Rolling Stone]

Internet, Digital Media and Social Media
The Internet Killed the Middle Class by Jaron Lanier [Salon]
Adventures In Invoicing Your Copyright Violators [The Awl]
Why I Don't Tweet, Example #147 by David Simon [DavidSimon.com]

If you don't follow me on Twitter (@taopauly), then what are you waiting for?

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