I don’t get up early so I can rush straight to work; I get up early so I can enjoy my life. When you are culturally obsessed, like me——I’m into music, books, comics, TV——it’s time-consuming. That’s what my mornings are for. What I’m going to wear or what my hair looks like——clearly, I could care less. But I really want to know what I’m going to listen to.
Lisa Lucas. So hot. Want to touch the record collection.
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Canadian author Margaret Atwood with her first italian publisher Mario Monti.
The best interviews with authors make you want to read—not just their work, but read in general, and read…
"How foolish they are to try to make something." Here’s the classic 1981 BBC interview highlighting the work of theoretical physicist Richard Feynman, "The Pleasure of Finding Things Out." You can also read Feynman’s book of the same name.
For further reading and viewing on Feynman: