Every week we share links to stories, articles, and other interesting things we’ve come across online for you to enjoy over the weekend. It’s the utne.com crockpot; we add the ingredients for a great online meal. Enjoy!
Michael H. Miller hangs out with New Yorker poetry editor Paul Muldoon in the New York Observer. (Thanks, harriet.)
An unlikely place for sustainable urbanism . . . Waco, Texas. (Yes, that Waco, Texas.)
An artist experiments with interactive art, including wooden mirrors.
Newslite reports on vending machines that can print a book before your very eyes in mere seconds.
There’s a response to Rachel Laudan’s piece “In Praise of Fast Food” (from our Sept.-Oct. issue) over at Dissertation on Dirt.
Technology Review’s latest issue features its annual list of 35 innovators under the age of 35.
Filmmaker Gary Hustwit (Helvetica, Objectified) is at work on Urbanized, the third film in his design trilogy.
Paste has an update on David Foster Wallace’s final book.
Bill Murray: From comedian to indie movie star, a Flavorpill gallery shows his many faces.
In a new photoessay, the New York Times captured the geometric beauty of suburban sprawl in the American Southwest.