Do you have a bookmarks graveyard? For this Curiosities post I'm mining the graveyard of my Feedly's "Read Later" to see what I considered book(re)markable, but then never managed to actually read later... until now! What surprised me was how far back these flagged posts went, so without further ado... Geology, art, and fountain pens (mostly)
My Pacific Crest Trail Moleskine
Samalas in Indonesia Identified as Source of the 1257 A.D. 'Missing' Eruption. This eruption left one of the strongest climate signals of the past 10,000 years.
Movies in your geology
Letter Writing: Stuff That Helps
Volcanoes Are Still not the Source of Increasing Carbon Dioxide
The Amateur Artist Kimmo Oja
Goulet Q&A Episode 91, Edison Pens with Brian Gray
Nakaya: masters of art, craft, and story
Have you tried making yourself a more interesting person?
"If you want to be interesting, you have to be interested" - Lawrence Weschler
And speaking of Lawrence Weschler and how things that come around go around, i started following his Substack Wondercabinet recently, wherein he writes about a great many interesting things.
I'll mine from this graveyard more frequently, there's some good shite in there!