Wednesday links

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  • OK guys, I know I have been perfectly awful about doing links lately, but they are pretty time-consuming, as is writing a book, and something had to give. Some of you have written in that you miss them, though, so I will try to bring them to you on at least a semi-regular basis. First up: these sporting events compressed into single composite photos are a kick. (Kottke)
  • The deadliest clothes of all time. (Collector’s Weekly)
  • I loved these Edward Gorey book covers. (Dangerous Minds)
  • Fearful flyers should definitely not read this. (The Cut)
  • This interview with the peerless Isabella Rossellini is just great.

Monday links

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  • You don’t want to miss the winners of the 2017 Dog Photographer of the Year contest. (My Modern Met)
  • A look back in Polaroids at the wonder that was Wigstock. (The Cut)
  • Any movie that has Michael Cera and Abbi from Broad City in it has me at least interested: here¬†is the trailer for Sundance fave Person to Person. (Flavorwire)
  • I enjoyed this brief history of breakdancing. (The Kid Should See This)
  • Pride celebrations from around the world. (Elle)

Thursday links

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  • I’m curious what you guys think of these Playboy Playmates recreating their covers 30 years later. (Dangerous Minds)
  • Texas just signed off on some pretty horribly sweeping anti-abortion legislation that includes requiring fetal remains to be buried. This is just such an unspeakable bummer. (The Cut)
  • Today’s excellent time-waster: all 213 Beatles songs, ranked from worst to best. (Vulture)
  • I’m kind of liking this trailer for Victoria & Abdul, which is based on the true story of the unlikely friendship between Queen Victoria and one of her servants. (Kottke)
  • I enjoyed¬†this piece about learning about feminist pioneers via their obituaries. (Elle)

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