Welcome to Monday’s News on the March – The week that was in my digital world.
Article by Cincinnati Babyhead:
I think you all know that CB is a big fan of The Band. When I went to see “The Last Waltz there’s a scene where Martin Scorsese is walking through a recording studio with Rick Danko talking about what he, Danko is up to. Rick ends up sitting at the control board in the mixing room and says in his laid back way “Just making music”. The scene is then taken over by a song I had never heard before. It’s Danko singing and I had to find that record. I did and this is the album that it’s on. The song was ‘Sip The Wine”. I still get a few chills when I hear it..… (read more).
Article by J Nicholas Price at The Hofflebrock:
I’m stuck on this idea about being able to freeze time for a few seconds whenever I want. I’m stuck thinking that this could go somewhere other than the standard super(anti)hero vigilante badassery. I’m stuck with my mind half in the gutter thinking of ways a person could use this in the (new)age old trope of time freeze fuckery. It all seems fairly cliché, but in a bad way. In an easy way. In a I’d write it to make money, not to satisfy my writerly soul sort of way.…Read more
Article by Nadine at Bloomwords:
15:38. Why do I feel so blocked again, from posting on this site? I think it’s because I no longer understand its purpose.
When I started my second blog on WordPress, that purpose seemed clear; it was to engage with the extension of the word “sober.” Sober: this word I had long detested and written off. “Serious, sensible, and solemn.” Oh no, I wanted no sombre feeling, I wanted only playfulness, wildness, cheerfulness. But finally, I had neither extreme, so I decided to relax on my linguistic nitpicking, and go for “sobriety,” after all; a further-developed word, that seemed inherently cheerful and optimistic, had a natural joyful ring. The jury’s still out on its future; it lives only in the present day.… (Read more).
Poem by Intellectual Shaman:
I would rather be
where the air is thin
and the invisible wind
bangs the hinges of a rusty door
deep in the mountains
where the crowds don’t go.
How much traffic have we seen
or arguments heard?…. (Read full poem)
You tube interview by Netflix is a Joke:
Adam Scott sat down with Zach Galifianakis to discuss whether or not Martin Scorsese remembers him and if he can give a smile that doesn’t say, “I just fucked your girlfriend.” (Watch full interview)