Walking around Manhattan last week, and three years after reading Eggers’ book, I discovered about the new movie. Here is the trailer. I am more than thrilled at the prospect of watching a movie that might reflect that amazing story.
Flying. Back from Boston to London. Reading Women by Charles Bukowski after 15 years from my very first discovery, in digital version and in its original language doesn’t really change my admiration for his brutal and sharp style. Post Office, second in list.
Next week I will miss for a few hours one of my favourite authors, Alain de Botton, presenting his new book in NYC. Mon 3 Mar 2014, 6.30pm New York, a BAM event at BAM Rose Cinemas, Peter Jay Sharp Building, 30 Lafayette Avenue, Brooklyn. Tickets: $20 Talk on “The News“.
I am talking about Hatchards, in Piccadilly, London. The oldest in town.
Just started, its about global companies, social media and privacy, it seems a great reading. Excerpt from the NYT: The outpouring of ideas is central to The Circle, as it is in part a novel of ideas. What sort of ideas? Ideas about the social construction and deconstruction of privacy, and about the increasing corporate […]
Everybody today can write a book. I did, too. “Il meraviglioso mondo di MXP” (the “The Wonderful World of MXP”). You can download it from here (in Italian).