Happy Monday. The summer is dying. We have to face it.
* With the Institute for Gifted Youngsters shut down I returned to Infinite Summer blogging over the weekend with a post on maps and territories.
* The issue of Polygraph I contributed to on study, students, and the university is available from Amazon, or will be soon.
* Time-lapse video of the construction of Disneyland at (where else?) Boing Boing.
* Colin Marshall sings the praises of my favorite film, Rushmore.
Because thousands of a certain generation's cinematic lives have been changed by this film, its territory is best approached with caution. Mine, however, happens to be among those thousands, 1998 marking as it did the opening of my prime window of cultural absporpton. Cinephilic teenagers of the 1960s had The 400 Blows, Breathless, Dr. Strangelove; cinephilic teenagers of the 1970s has Harold and Maude, Chinatown, Taxi Driver; cinephilic teenagers of the 1980s had Repo Man, Blue Velvet, Stranger than Paradise; cinephilic teenagers of the 1990s had Rushmore.*Revisiting the Rosenhan experiment. Via MeFi.
* And fair warning: Toy Story 3 will break your heart.